Hélène Grimaud – The Messenger (Extended Version) (2020/2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Hélène Grimaud - The Messenger (Extended Version) (2020/2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Hélène Grimaud
Album: The Messenger (Extended Version)
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2020/2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:23:09
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 1,54 GB

Tracklist:

1-1. Hélène Grimaud – Mozart: Fantasia No. 3 in D Minor, K. 397 (05:46)
1-2. Hélène Grimaud – I. Allegro (Cadenza Beethoven) (13:53)
1-3. Hélène Grimaud – II. Romance (09:00)
1-4. Hélène Grimaud – III. Rondo. Allegro assai (Cadenza Beethoven) (07:32)
1-5. Hélène Grimaud – Mozart: Fantasia No. 4 in C Minor, K. 475 (11:36)
1-6. Hélène Grimaud – Silvestrov: The Messenger (For Piano and Strings) (10:27)
1-7. Hélène Grimaud – I. Wedding Waltz (04:58)
1-8. Hélène Grimaud – II. Postlude (03:01)
1-9. Hélène Grimaud – III. Morning Serenade (02:49)
1-10. Hélène Grimaud – Silvestrov: The Messenger (For Piano Solo) (09:36)
1-11. Hélène Grimaud – III. Moderato (04:26)

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For her most recent concept album, The Messenger, H’el`ene Grimaud created a fascinating pianistic dialogue between Mozart and the Ukrainian-born contemporary composer Valentin Silvestrov. The recording sessions for The Messenger took place at the start of this year at an historic Mozart site in Salzburg, the Great Hall of the University, where H’el`ene Grimaud was joined by the Camerata Salzburg. The album includes three works by Mozart: the unfinished Fantasia in D minor K 397, the famous Piano Concerto in D minor K 466, and the Fantasia in C minor K 475. They are presented in chronological order of composition and all three are among the relatively small number of works in Mozart’s vast output written in minor keys.

On this new Extended Edition, Grimaud adds another work from Valentin Silvestrov with the third movement of “3 Bagatelles, Op. 1″!”In times of uncertainty, humanity will often seek paths of least resistance. I believe, however, our time needs, as Rimbaud called it, a ‘more intense music’, conveying the introspection and effort to create a space to live in truth, a time to love beyond the many current miseries, and to strive for greater harmony with each other – and our planet. If nothing else, Mozart and Silvestrov can help remind us of the mellifluous beauty of harmony – and that we always have the possibility to modulate.”
– H’el`ene Grimaud

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