Barmotin - Piano Music Vol.2
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Label: Grand Piano
Cat No: GP865
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 11th February 2022
WorksPiano Sonata in G flat major, op.4
Romances sans paroles (3), op.2
Tableaux de la vie enfantine, op.9
ArtistsChristopher Williams (piano)
Christopher Williams is a music graduate of Cardiff University and now leads a busy and varied professional life as a pianist, composer, conductor, teacher and arranger. He is currently assistant director of the BBC National Chorus of Wales and is a pianist for the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, with whom he has performed at the BBC Proms and recorded for the Chandos and Hyperion labels. In addition to his work as a soloist, Williams is in great demand as an accompanist and chamber musician, and has partnered many of the prominent instrumentalists of his generation including Philippe Schartz, Tim Thorpe, David Childs, David Pyatt and Tine Thing Helseth. He has also appeared on BBC TV and been broadcast on BBC Radio and Radio Luxembourg. His recording of Brahms transcriptions for Grand Piano was featured as album of the week on NDR Kultur.
‘…these preludes reveal the querying of keys to be not much more than an academic distraction. As a listener, what stands out is how well-crafted and delightful these little works are. …how on earth it is that they only now have their world première recording?’ – Corymbus on GP799
‘…. These première recordings of Barmotin are certainly worth investigating.’ – Gramophone on GP799
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