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Classical - Released July 9, 2021 | Evidence

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Classical - Released June 11, 2021 | Evidence

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Chamber Music - Released May 28, 2021 | Evidence

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Classical - Released December 4, 2020 | Evidence

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On the occasion of Jean-Claude Casadesus's reunion with the Orchestre National de Lille, the French label Evidence classics releases an exclusive live recording of Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde. Recorded during the Festival de Saint-Denis in 2008, this concert features the major soloists Violeta Urmana and Clifton Forbis, whose voices are rediscovered with delight. This album reaffirms the unique emotional strength of live recordings that serves admirably Mahler's masterpiece. © Evidence
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Blues - Released December 4, 2020 | Evidence

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Classical - Released November 27, 2020 | Evidence

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Classical - Released November 20, 2020 | Evidence

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Classical - Released November 13, 2020 | Evidence

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Classical - Released April 24, 2020 | Evidence

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For their new recording, Ensemble Gilles Binchois seizes Claude Le Jeune’s Le Printemps, a collection of airs and chansons of the 16th century. Its modernity and refinement make this piece one of the masterworks of the century. Blending airs, ballades and chansons, Claude Le Jeune builds a colorful fresco and demonstrates the extent of his musical skills. Ensemble Gilles Binchois echoes to that ability, whether the musicians sing in two, four or six parts: with this performance, we can see blooming in front of us the incredible music of Claude Le Jeune in all its splendour. © Evidence
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Classical - Released April 10, 2020 | Evidence

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"The Blue Hour" is the moment between the end of the night and the daybreak, when one can see it appear before it has risen: this little breach through time allow us to foresee. Marianne Piketty and the Concert Idéal gather several works written by visionary composers: the mystical chants of Hildegard von Bingen, known for having experienced visions and Hartmann’s Concerto Funebre which announces the horrors of the nazis. Philippe Hersant and Dmitri Shostakovich complement the programme as their works echoes to these musical visions. After the success of "Le Fil d’Ariane", Marianne Piketty and Le Concert Idéal continue their exploration of time as they unite these works overthe ages, for a prophetic recording. © Evidence
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Chamber Music - Released March 6, 2020 | Evidence

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Even from their album cover in which the two musicians are running through the ferns, it’s evident that violinist Fanny Robilliard and pianist Paloma Kouider are a charming duo. The image, which is perhaps anecdotal, is conjured up at the beginning of their latest album when listening to “Mid leidenschaflichem Ausdruck” (With passionate expression). It runs through the entire initial movement of Robert Schumann’s First Sonata for Violin and Piano, premiered by Ferdinand David and Clara on the piano during a celebratory “Schumann Week” in Leipzig, in 1852. This uplifting album has been designed and dedicated entirely to the love and friendship that united the Schumann couple and the young Brahms. It also features the work of Albert Dietrich, the third member of this trio of composers who composed the F-A-E Sonata but who is often forgotten. That particular sonata was written for Joseph Joachin and was a musical cryptogram based on his motto in life, ‘Frei aber einsam’ (‘Free but alone’). At its premiere, with Clara on the piano once again, Joachim had to match each composer to their movement, which he managed to do without a moment’s hesitation. As is well known, Clara was always at the heart of these friendly interchanges. It is only fitting, therefore, to find her at the centre of this album which features the splendid Three Romances for Violin and Piano, Op. 22, whose movements have been divided among the works of the other composers. Among them is also the benevolent Joseph Joachim, whose memory is echoed in all of the works of this beautiful album. © François Hudry/Qobuz
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Chamber Music - Released March 6, 2020 | Evidence

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Michael Fine’s new record tells the story of five quintets, starring five wind soloists, mingling together with a string quartet, avoiding, answering each other. Michael Fine, who is widely acknowledged both as a producer and composer, explores in his quintets the bonds that these instruments share. Michael Fine proves here his indubitable artistry, as he moves with equal ease in chamber music and orchestral music, displaying the same genuineness and simplicity that forge the strength of his works. © Evidence
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Classical - Released February 14, 2020 | Evidence

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For her first record, Adélaïde Ferrière sheds light on the contemporary percussion. As a remarkable percussionist, and nominated for a "Victoire de la Musique" award in 2017, she brings out the surprising features of her instruments for an album and a programme that perfectly suits her: radiant, powerful and striking. Whether she chooses Xenakis or Hurel, Adélaïde Ferrière keeps displaying grace and a spectacular virtuosity: her playful performance is a delight, as much as it is an ode to rhythm and verve. Contemporary music is more alive than ever. © Aparté
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Vocal Music (Secular and Sacred) - Released December 13, 2019 | Evidence

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Concertos - Released November 1, 2019 | Evidence

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This recording does not only honor the beauty and the magnificence of the instrument, it is also, indeed, a tribute to the works that forged its history. Fascinated by the organ since he was a child, Jae-Hyuck Cho chose, for this album, the Great Organ of the Madeleine in Paris, whose superb timbre still exerts its magnetism and power over composers and artists. Right next to that mythical instrument stands Johann Sebastian Bach and his work, which, from the Toccata BWV 565 to Fantasy and Fugue on a BACH theme, imbues this program. Jae-Hyuck Cho sets his playing approach on a clear lineage that widely acknowledges the past and its figures, but also looks forward. Far from restricting to the limits of musical tradition, Cho offers Pahdo, a work that he commissioned to the Korean composer Texu Kim. With such a vision, musical history is an everlasting ongoing story that keeps grounding in its roots. © Evidence
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Classical - Released October 25, 2019 | Evidence

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Classical - Released October 11, 2019 | Evidence

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Concertos - Released October 4, 2019 | Evidence

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For her first solo recording, Alexandra Luiceanu designed a Russian and romantic program that echoes intimate roots. It is a kind of homage to childhood where music resonates like a reminiscence of a primal language, forever present and understood. Fascinating and mysterious, the disc is entitled Matriochka because the works follow one another like so many faces of Romantic Russia: the sad smile of Mussorgsky, the painful intensity of Rachmaninov, the voluptuousness of Erdely, the tenderness of Ivanov. They all come alive thanks to the richness of the harp’s timbres. Alexandra Luiceanu depicts the many facets of the Russian soul like those cute Russian dolls one after another. Her virtuosity sounds natural in these original pieces and transcriptions. Thus, effacing itself behind the music, the harp becomes poetry. © Evidence/Little Tribeca
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Classical - Released May 31, 2019 | Evidence

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After 40 years of activities, more than 50 recordings and some 1000 concerts, the Ensemble Gilles Binchois still develop its inquiring generosity. Dominique Vellard and his musicians make all eras become contemporary. Indeed, if the core of its concerns is somewhere between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the Ensemble sang everything from Gregorian chant to the religious repertoire of the nineteenth century. Today they guide our ears towards the shores of the Mediterranean, where an intense artistic vitality grew between the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. After Machaut’s model, the composers attached to the court of Avignon, Barcelona and Cyprus, show ingenuity and imagination: their motets and masses are the ground of rhythmic and melodic finds. To draw a complete portrait the Ensemble Gilles Binchois perform pieces of plain-song and instrumental compositions with two vielles and a medieval mandolin. First milestone of its 40th anniversary, this new record lets the South sun shine thanks to the voices of its singers and the timbre of the ancient strings. © Evidence