Wonderland: Alice Sara Ott plays Grieg | Deutsche Grammophon 4794631

Wonderland: Alice Sara Ott plays Grieg

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Label: Deutsche Grammophon

Cat No: 4794631

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Release Date: 9th September 2016

Contents

Works

Grieg, Edvard

Lyric Pieces: Book 1 (8), op.12
» no.4 Elves' Dance
» no.7 Album Leaf
Lyric Pieces: Book 3 (6), op.43
» no.1 Butterfly
» no.6 To Spring
Lyric Pieces: Book 5 (6), op.54
» no.3 March of the Dwarfs
» no.4 Nocturne
Lyric Pieces: Book 7 (6), op.62
» no.4 Small Brook
Lyric Pieces: Book 8 (6), op.65
» no.5 In ballad vein
» no.6 Wedding Day at Troldhaugen
Lyric Pieces: Book 10 (8), op.71
» no.1 Once upon a time
Peer Gynt: Suite no.1, op.46
» IV In the Hall of the Mountain King
Peer Gynt: Suite no.2, op.55
» no.4 Solveig's song
Piano Concerto in A minor, op.16

Artists

Alice Sara Ott (piano)
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

Conductor

Esa-Pekka Salonen

Works

Grieg, Edvard

Lyric Pieces: Book 1 (8), op.12
» no.4 Elves' Dance
» no.7 Album Leaf
Lyric Pieces: Book 3 (6), op.43
» no.1 Butterfly
» no.6 To Spring
Lyric Pieces: Book 5 (6), op.54
» no.3 March of the Dwarfs
» no.4 Nocturne
Lyric Pieces: Book 7 (6), op.62
» no.4 Small Brook
Lyric Pieces: Book 8 (6), op.65
» no.5 In ballad vein
» no.6 Wedding Day at Troldhaugen
Lyric Pieces: Book 10 (8), op.71
» no.1 Once upon a time
Peer Gynt: Suite no.1, op.46
» IV In the Hall of the Mountain King
Peer Gynt: Suite no.2, op.55
» no.4 Solveig's song
Piano Concerto in A minor, op.16

Artists

Alice Sara Ott (piano)
Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks

Conductor

Esa-Pekka Salonen

Reviews

“Wonderland” to Alice Sara Ott is the trolls-and-forests world of Grieg, whose Piano Concerto is presented in a live performance alongside studio recordings of 12 miniatures. … For a disc exploring a “magical and imaginary world”, in the miniatures there’s a very present quality to both Ott’s playing and the recorded sound; yet she does create a mistier atmosphere in the Nocturne, and Solveig’s Song sounds haunting, even if the Elves’ Dance that follows is a bit stompy. Wedding Day at Troldhaugen comes with a witty scramble to get to the church on time.  Erica Jeal
The Guardian 13 October 2016

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