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Debussy, Respighi & Stravinsky: Works for Piano Four-Hands

Marcos Madrigal and Alessandro Stella

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With this first album by the exciting duet comprising the pianists Marcos Madrigal and Alessandro Stella, the works of Stravinsky, Debussy and Respighi plunge the listener into arrangements of three orchestral scores of the 20th century. A celebration of colour and emotion. © Artalinna

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Le sacre du printemps, Pt. 1, L'adoration de la terre (Version for Piano Four-Hands) (Igor Stravinski)

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Introduction 00:03:44

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Les augures printaniers - Danse des adolescentes 00:02:53

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Jeu du rapt 00:01:20

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Rondes printanières 00:04:00

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Jeux des cités rivales 00:01:45

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Cortège du sage - Adoration de la terre - Le sage 00:01:09

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Danse de la terre 00:01:22

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

Le sacre du printemps, Pt. 2, Le sacrifice (Version for Piano Four-Hands) (Igor Stravinski)

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Introduction 00:05:09

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Cercles mystérieux des adolescentes 00:03:01

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Glorification de l'élue 00:01:33

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Évocation des ancêtres 00:00:39

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Action rituelle des ancêtres 00:03:45

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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Danse sacrale (L'élue) 00:04:39

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune, L. 87 (Arr. for Piano Four-Hands by Ravel) (Claude Debussy)

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Très modéré 00:09:59

Claude Debussy, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

Fontane di Roma, P. 115 (Ottorino Respighi)

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I. La fontana di Valle Giulia all'Alba (Andante mosso - Poco più mosso - Primo Tempo) 00:04:16

Ottorino Respighi, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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II. La fontana del Tritone al mattino (Vivo - Allegretto - Più vivo gaiamente - Più vivo ancora - Molto vivo) 00:02:46

Ottorino Respighi, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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III. La fontana di Trevi al meriggio (Allegro moderato - Allegro vivace - Più vivace - Largamente - Calmo ) 00:03:29

Ottorino Respighi, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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IV. La fontana di Villa Medici al tramonto (Andante - Meno mosso - Andante come prima) 00:06:23

Ottorino Respighi, Composer - Alessandro Stella, MainArtist - Marcos Madrigal, MainArtist

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With this first album by the exciting duet comprising the pianists Marcos Madrigal and Alessandro Stella, the works of Stravinsky, Debussy and Respighi plunge the listener into arrangements of three orchestral scores of the 20th century. A celebration of colour and emotion. © Artalinna

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