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Labyrinth

David Greilsammer

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David Greilsammer’s new album venture, "Labyrinth", is a project that he has been developing since 2017 in a number of concerts given in New York, at the Ravinia Festival, Illinois, in Lancaster and Sheffield, and at the Flagey in Brussels. In 2005, the pianist – then still in his twenties – released his "Fantasie_Fantasme", and in 2014 he uniquely intertwined the sonatas of Scarlatti and John Cage.
Here in this sensitively intimate new recital he shares a dream that has haunted him for many years, a dream where he makes his way through a musical labyrinth. The fascinated listener can follow this trail here, while keeping hold of the thread and following the light, encountering composers both well and less well known, from every period and style, with whole works and ephemeral fragments cunningly interwoven. While reconnoitering music by Beethoven, Janáček, Satie and Bach, we also have the surprise of a first world performance of Repetition Blindness by Ofer Pelz – specially commissioned for the programme – and of a piano arrangement by Jonathan Keren of Chaos by Jean-Féry Rebel (also a first performance) as well as George Crumb’s mesmeric Magic Circle of Infinity.
This programme has all the character of a rite of passage, but without any psychoanalytical frenzy. If David Greilsammer blurs conventional boundaries with his subtle alchemy of atmospheres and colours, he also invites us to enjoy anew the pleasures of symmetry, balance and the echo. El amor y la muerte by Granados is a keystone work around which he conjures up a sequence of pieces of increasing density such as Scriabin’s Vers la flamme which ends the recital.

This creative programme, underpinned by playing both incisive and poetic showing mastery every conceivable style, prompts us quite simply to listen differently. © naive classique

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1
On an Overgrown Path: The Owl Has Not Flown Away!
00:03:48

Leos Janácek, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

2
Armide, LWV 71, Act II, Scene 4: "Les sourdines" (Arr. for Harpsichord by Jean-Henri d'Anglebert)
00:03:19

Jean-Baptiste LULLY, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

3
On an Overgrown Path: Words Fail!
00:01:54

Leos Janácek, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

4
6 Bagatelles, Op. 126: No. 4, Presto
00:03:44

Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

5
Makrokosmos, Book I: The Magic Circle of Infinity
00:02:09

GEORGE CRUMB, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

6
6 Bagatelles, Op. 126: No. 5, Quasi allegretto
00:02:09

Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

7
Etudes for piano, Book I: Fanfares
00:03:37

Gyorgy Ligeti, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

8
The Art of Fugue, BWV 1080: Contrapunctus 1
00:02:39

Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

9
Etudes for piano, Book II: En suspens
00:02:24

Gyorgy Ligeti, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

10
Goyescas: El amor y la muerte
00:12:37

Enrique Granados, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

11
Danses de travers: No. 2, Pièce froide
00:01:10

Erik Satie, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

12
Fantasia in D Minor, H. 195
00:01:12

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

13
Danses de travers: No. 3, Pièce froide
00:01:56

Erik Satie, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

14
Repetition Blindness: Chapter I
00:03:27

David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist - Ofer Pelz, Composer

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

15
Chaconne "Le labyrinthe" (Arr. for Piano by David Greilsammer)
00:02:46

Marin Marais, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

16
Repetition Blindness: Chapter II
00:03:26

David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist - Ofer Pelz, Composer

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

17
Pieces, Op. 56: Nuances
00:01:03

ALEXANDER SCRIABIN, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

18
Les éléments: Overture. "Le chaos" (Arr. for Piano by Jonathan Keren)
00:09:42

Jean-Féry Rebel, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

19
Vers la Flamme, Op. 72
00:06:16

ALEXANDER SCRIABIN, Composer - David Greilsammer, Soloist, MainArtist

2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group 2020 Naïve, a label of Believe Group

Descriptif de l'album

David Greilsammer’s new album venture, "Labyrinth", is a project that he has been developing since 2017 in a number of concerts given in New York, at the Ravinia Festival, Illinois, in Lancaster and Sheffield, and at the Flagey in Brussels. In 2005, the pianist – then still in his twenties – released his "Fantasie_Fantasme", and in 2014 he uniquely intertwined the sonatas of Scarlatti and John Cage.
Here in this sensitively intimate new recital he shares a dream that has haunted him for many years, a dream where he makes his way through a musical labyrinth. The fascinated listener can follow this trail here, while keeping hold of the thread and following the light, encountering composers both well and less well known, from every period and style, with whole works and ephemeral fragments cunningly interwoven. While reconnoitering music by Beethoven, Janáček, Satie and Bach, we also have the surprise of a first world performance of Repetition Blindness by Ofer Pelz – specially commissioned for the programme – and of a piano arrangement by Jonathan Keren of Chaos by Jean-Féry Rebel (also a first performance) as well as George Crumb’s mesmeric Magic Circle of Infinity.
This programme has all the character of a rite of passage, but without any psychoanalytical frenzy. If David Greilsammer blurs conventional boundaries with his subtle alchemy of atmospheres and colours, he also invites us to enjoy anew the pleasures of symmetry, balance and the echo. El amor y la muerte by Granados is a keystone work around which he conjures up a sequence of pieces of increasing density such as Scriabin’s Vers la flamme which ends the recital.

This creative programme, underpinned by playing both incisive and poetic showing mastery every conceivable style, prompts us quite simply to listen differently. © naive classique

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