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Kamermuziek - Verschenen op 9 oktober 2012 | Muso

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Klassiek - Verschenen op 22 januari 2021 | Paraty

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Exploring J.S. Bach’s works with new eyes, chamber music, intuition and reinterpretation: the duo composed by Stéphanie Paulet and Elisabeth Geiger aims to shine a light on the lively and improvised elements of baroque music. Through modulations of speed and pressure on its strings, the violin brings into play its own colours, adding the presence of string instruments to the existing organ register. The unique design of Charolles’ organ (see Quentin Blumenroeder’s text) renders the blend of these sound-textures beautifully. © Paraty
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Klassiek - Verschenen op 26 april 2019 | MUSO

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The three sonatas in this recording date from the spring of 1816. Their modest dimensions, 'for pianoforte with accompaniment of violin' - an old-fashioned formulation evoking the eighteenth century - led to their being published as 'Sonatinas', even though their facility is only apparent and in no way reflects their nature, nor Schubert's intentions. They correspond to a fertile period for the composer and are contemporary with his Fourth Symphony, his Stabat Mater, the composition of his opera Die Bürgschaft, much chamber music and, of course, lieder - the final draft of Marguerite at the Spinning Wheel and the Erlkönig date from March 1816. Schubert also experienced great personal changes, and with the support of a circle of acquaintances that expanded in the direction of an artistic, intellectual and liberal elite that was betting on his talent, he took it upon himself fully to become a composer. These sonatas are the work of a composer aged 19 who, in admiration of Mozart, drew close to the worlds of Weber and Beethoven. Indeed, the spirit of Mozart runs right through these three sonatas, he who represents the crucial reference at this time, and certainly was such for Schubert. Yet without imitating the master, Schubert rewrites the 'Mozartian' sonata, romanticises it, opens it out to the new century. Though the style is far from the richly varied and virtuoso approach of Beethoven's sonatas, it should not be underestimated, and it is more interesting to see what they already contain that is typical of and unique to their composer, and what heralds his future style. Two Muso artistes, both with long experience as chamber musicians, have got together to play these magnificent pieces: the excellent violinist Stéphanie Paulet and the pianist Daniel Isoir, who for the occasion plays an outstandingly beautiful Schott piano of 1835. © Muso/PIAS
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Klassiek - Verschenen op 6 november 2015 | HORTUS

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Klassiek - Verschenen op 19 mei 2015 | Muso

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