The Welte Mignon Mystery Vol.22: Alfred Reisenauer | Tacet TACET221

The Welte Mignon Mystery Vol.22: Alfred Reisenauer

£12.56

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Label: Tacet

Cat No: TACET221

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Instrumental

Release Date: 8th June 2018

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About

The “Welte Mignon Mystery” series, now comprising 28 CDs on 24 separate releases, continues to grow with this latest release which focusses on Alfred Reisenauer, featuring works by Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt and Schumann.

For some time, this series has stood out from the numerous attempts at transferring the Welte rolls, especially for the quality of calibration of the Welte equipment, but also for the integrity of the rolls and the sound of the recordings.

Franz Liszt is supposed to have said of his pupil Alfred Reisenauer that his style was very similar to his own, “but without imitating him” (from the CD booklet). Reisenauer was born in 1863 in Konigsberg and died in 1907 in a hotel in Latvia.

In keeping with historical performance practice, which has long since been overtaken by Romanticism, this series also offers many original impressions of how people really played at that time in the 19th century: with recordings made long before recording technology had found its feet!

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