Dances, Poems, Fairy Tales | Genuin GEN14302

Dances, Poems, Fairy Tales

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Label: Genuin

Cat No: GEN14302

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Instrumental

Release Date: 31st March 2014

Contents

Works

Chopin, Frederic

Waltzes (19)
» no.6 in D flat, op.64 no.1 'Minute'
» no.19 in A minor, op. post. B150 KKIVb:11 P2/11

Falla, Manuel de

El amor brujo
» Ritual Fire Dance (arr. piano)

Liszt, Franz

Die Lorelei (unspecified)
Hungarian Rhapsodies (19), S244
» no.13 in A minor
Legendes (2), S175
» no.1 St Francois d'Assise: la predication aux oiseaux
Liebestraume, S541
» no.3 Nocturne in A flat major
Venezia e Napoli (4), S159

Medtner, Nikolai

Fairy Tales (Skazki) (4), op.26
» no.1 in E flat major
» no.3 in F minor
Fairy Tales (Skazki) (4), op.34
» no.2 in E minor

Rachmaninov, Sergei

Polka de W R

Schubert, Franz

Gretchen am Spinnrade, op.2 D118

Artists

Anna Scheps (piano)

Works

Chopin, Frederic

Waltzes (19)
» no.6 in D flat, op.64 no.1 'Minute'
» no.19 in A minor, op. post. B150 KKIVb:11 P2/11

Falla, Manuel de

El amor brujo
» Ritual Fire Dance (arr. piano)

Liszt, Franz

Die Lorelei (unspecified)
Hungarian Rhapsodies (19), S244
» no.13 in A minor
Legendes (2), S175
» no.1 St Francois d'Assise: la predication aux oiseaux
Liebestraume, S541
» no.3 Nocturne in A flat major
Venezia e Napoli (4), S159

Medtner, Nikolai

Fairy Tales (Skazki) (4), op.26
» no.1 in E flat major
» no.3 in F minor
Fairy Tales (Skazki) (4), op.34
» no.2 in E minor

Rachmaninov, Sergei

Polka de W R

Schubert, Franz

Gretchen am Spinnrade, op.2 D118

Artists

Anna Scheps (piano)

About

"Once upon a time ...": this is what sounds from the loudspeakers on the Genuin debut CD of the Russian-German pianist Anna Scheps. The listener moves his/her armchair closer to the crackling fireplace to glance into the programme. The ingeniously selected romantic character pieces have a magical and dreamlike atmosphere: from Schubert's Gretchen am Spinnrade to de Falla's Fire Dance, from Sergei Rachmaninov to Nicolai Medtner.

Very pianistic, of course, with humour and poetry, filled with a sense of drama and rhythmic drive: an impressive debut.

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