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Baroque Conversations

David Greilsammer

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This Sony-label debut release by Israeli pianist David Greilsammer has much in common with his earlier recording Fantasie Fantasme, released on the Naxos label. In fact, here Greilsammer might be said to have refined the ideas on the earlier album. Both combine contemporary and mainstream repertory, and apparently Greilsammer has an inclination toward pretentious graphic design. But here the focus is tightened. Greilsammer constructs a sequence of four Baroque three-movement "pieces," each consisting of three compositions. Of these sets of three, the outer two are Baroque works, while the center is a contemporary piece, commissioned in two cases by Greilsammer himself from contemporary Israeli composers. Greilsammer balances these works cleverly: the structure of the sets of three is not fast-slow-fast, but not simply random, either; the pieces instead are linked by motive and mood, with the modern work emerging as just a slight shift from what precedes it, and as a logical introduction to the finale. One might make several objections along the way: the Handel Suite for keyboard in D minor, HWV 447, with its four movements, disturbs the plan for no very good reason, and Greilsammer's readings of the Baroque pieces, especially the opening Gavotte et Six Doubles of Rameau, are a bit too dreamy, a bit too obviously bent to the requirements of the project. Still, there's no denying that Greilsammer has come closer than most other performers to the grail of integrating contemporary music into a mainstream concert program, and that he has done it in a very inventive way. The combination of a Frescobaldi toccata and the Wiegenmusik of German-born composer Helmut Lachenmann, each with little figures gracefully spinning off an underlying rhythm, is especially effective. Recommended for listeners of a speculative frame of mind.
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1
Suite in A Minor, RCT 5: VII. Gavotte et six doubles
00:09:33

David Greilsammer, Performer - Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Piano Piece
00:04:01

David Greilsammer, Performer - Morton Feldman, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Sonata No. 84 in D
00:02:49

Antonio Soler, Composer - David Greilsammer, Performer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Les Barricades mystérieuses
00:02:10

David Greilsammer, Performer - François Couperin, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

5
WHAAM!
00:07:54

David Greilsammer, Performer - Matan Porat, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

Suite in D minor, HWV 447 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

6
Allemande
00:01:36

David Greilsammer, Performer - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Courante
00:01:49

David Greilsammer, Performer - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Sarabande
00:02:36

David Greilsammer, Performer - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Gigue
00:01:03

David Greilsammer, Performer - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Tombeau de Monsieur Blancrocher
00:05:57

David Greilsammer, Performer - Johann Jacob Froberger, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

11
Aux Murailles Rougies
00:04:46

David Greilsammer, Performer - Nimrod Sahar, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

12
Lord Salisbury's Pavan and Galliard
00:06:32

David Greilsammer, Performer - Orlando Gibbons, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

13
Toccata di durezze e ligature in F
00:03:16

David Greilsammer, Performer - Girolamo Frescobaldi, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

14
Wiegenmusik
00:04:15

David Greilsammer, Performer - Helmut Lachenmann, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

15
Mein junges Leben hat ein End
00:06:16

David Greilsammer, Performer - Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Composer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

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This Sony-label debut release by Israeli pianist David Greilsammer has much in common with his earlier recording Fantasie Fantasme, released on the Naxos label. In fact, here Greilsammer might be said to have refined the ideas on the earlier album. Both combine contemporary and mainstream repertory, and apparently Greilsammer has an inclination toward pretentious graphic design. But here the focus is tightened. Greilsammer constructs a sequence of four Baroque three-movement "pieces," each consisting of three compositions. Of these sets of three, the outer two are Baroque works, while the center is a contemporary piece, commissioned in two cases by Greilsammer himself from contemporary Israeli composers. Greilsammer balances these works cleverly: the structure of the sets of three is not fast-slow-fast, but not simply random, either; the pieces instead are linked by motive and mood, with the modern work emerging as just a slight shift from what precedes it, and as a logical introduction to the finale. One might make several objections along the way: the Handel Suite for keyboard in D minor, HWV 447, with its four movements, disturbs the plan for no very good reason, and Greilsammer's readings of the Baroque pieces, especially the opening Gavotte et Six Doubles of Rameau, are a bit too dreamy, a bit too obviously bent to the requirements of the project. Still, there's no denying that Greilsammer has come closer than most other performers to the grail of integrating contemporary music into a mainstream concert program, and that he has done it in a very inventive way. The combination of a Frescobaldi toccata and the Wiegenmusik of German-born composer Helmut Lachenmann, each with little figures gracefully spinning off an underlying rhythm, is especially effective. Recommended for listeners of a speculative frame of mind.
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