Les Musiciens et la Grande Guerre Vol.5: La Naissance d置n Nouveau Monde
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Label: Continuo Classics
Cat No: WW1705
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd February 2015
Cello Sonata in D minor, H125
Madrigal for cello and piano
Cello Sonata, op.17
ArtistsThomas Duran (cello)
Nicolas Mallarte (piano)
The cello was a very fashionable instrument at the beginning of the 20th century, and composers during the Great War adopted it to express their sentiments: highly intimate, sometimes lighter (de la Presle, Granados), often passionate but also marked with disillusionment, suffering and, especially, profound nostalgia.
These changing impressions led them to connect with a lost past, a reassuring tradition (Boulnois, Schulhoff), but also to foresee a rich new musical world of stunning diversity (Bridge).
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