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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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There is often a sharp line perceived between the practice of improvisation and the practice of Western Art Music. One is seen as spontaneous, risk-taking and live, and the other is seen as the art of perfection, of reproduction and interpretation. Collectif Trytone believe, like Nadia Boulanger, that no sharp distinction should be made. Even though the compositional fabric of Bach’s music is arguably the pinnacle of human creativity, why should it be viewed as untouchable, sacred, like a museum artefact? © Paraty
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Klassiek - Verschenen op 8 januari 2021 | Paraty

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These sonatas date from the final part of Mozart’s life, when he was in his early thirties and at the height of his genius. Having recently entered into Freemasonry, Mozart, who had shaken off the paternal yoke and authority of the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg, was living in Vienna, and it was in Vienna that he composed these two Sonatas. Mozart’s music, whether expressive or energetic, light, fierce, elegant or austere, reveals the expectations, the hopes and the dramas that characterised his life. © Paraty