Paul le Flem - Violin Sonata, Piano Quintet
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Cat No: 1C1077
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd June 2014
ArtistsPhilippe Koch (violin)
Alain Jacquon (piano)
Paul Le Flem is, along with Cras and Ropartz, one of the Breton composers who have enjoyed a particular place of honour on the Timpani label. Le Flem is doubtless he who best embodied the Celtic soul: the sense of the supernatural and nostalgia.
This disc, released ten years ago, was a first in many regards: pairing Le Flem’s two major chamber works, it also brought a remarkable ensemble to the forefront with their first CD. The Louvigny Quartet, made up of soloists from the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra, would later give us discs devoted to Cras, Gabriel Dupont, Jean Huré, Pierné...
Accompanying them, a pianist accustomed to these repertoires: Alain Jacquon.
The disc was particularly well received by the critics: **** (Le Monde de la musique), ‘5’ (Diapason), ‘10’ (Répertoire)
- Philippe Koch, violin I
- Fabian Perdichizzi, violin II
- Ilan Schneider, viola
- Aleksandr Khramouchin, cello
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