Alissa Zoubritski – Transcriptions lyriques (2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 48 kHz]

Alissa Zoubritski - Transcriptions lyriques (2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 48 kHz] Download

Artist: Alissa Zoubritski
Album: Transcriptions lyriques
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 48 kHz
Duration: 49:40
Total Tracks: 14
Total Size: 432 MB

Tracklist:

1. Alissa Zoubritski – 4 Lieder, Op. 27: II. Cäcilie (Arr. for Piano) (02:06)
2. Alissa Zoubritski – 4 Lieder, Op. 27: IV. Morgen (Arr. for Piano) (03:53)
3. Alissa Zoubritski – Sonetto del Petrarca, Op. 104 (05:45)
4. Alissa Zoubritski – Goyescas: Quejas, o La Maja y el Ruiseñor (05:53)
5. Alissa Zoubritski – 6 Romances, Op. 21: V. Lilacs (Arr. for Piano) (02:17)
6. Alissa Zoubritski – 6 Romances, Op. 38: III. Daisies (Arr. for Piano) (02:25)
7. Alissa Zoubritski – Die schöne Müllerin, D. 795: Wohin? (Arr. for Piano) (02:48)
8. Alissa Zoubritski – Lullaby, Op. 16 No. 1 (Arr. for Piano) (04:01)
9. Alissa Zoubritski – Le Rossignol, S. 250/1 (Arr. for Piano) (03:45)
10. Alissa Zoubritski – Les Chemins de l’Amour, FP.106 (Arr. for Piano) (03:35)
11. Alissa Zoubritski – d’après la mélodie pour voix et piano Tic-Tac (01:55)
12. Alissa Zoubritski – 2 Mélodies hébraïques, M.A 22: I. Kaddisch (Arr. for Piano) (04:30)
13. Alissa Zoubritski – 6 Romances, Op. 38: V. The Dream (Arr. for Piano) (03:04)
14. Alissa Zoubritski – Myrthen, Op. 25: I. Widmung (Arr. for Piano) (03:35)

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Designed as a lyrical recital from Schubert to the 21st century, this programme celebrates voice, poetry, and the piano in a unique genre, piano transcription. This stems from years of cooperation with the lyrical sphere, where musical and human experiences considerably influenced my way of playing and of apprehending music.
Pieces might be short, yet the extreme polyphonic and harmonic density together with a particularly virtuoso style captivate player and audience all along. The challenge is huge; hearing and giving to hear – with ten fingers – a melodic line, its accompaniment, even possibly letting people guess the text within the interpretation. After Schumann, Siloti, and Reger, this is the challenge I wished to take up to add to this recording melodies I very much like and which were missing from the repertoire, Francis Poulenc’s Les Chemins de l’Amour and Sergei Rachmaninoff’s The Dream op. 38 no. 5.

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