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Romain Descharmes

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On this new recording for Artalinna, pianist Romain Descharmes dives into sonic realms of rare complexity. Alternating between Fauré and Scriabin, through an emblematic rendition of the Nocturnes by the former including the tragic and violent No. 13, as well as electrifying music by Scriabin, such as Vers la flamme or Sonata No. 9, the French musician invites us on a spellbinding journey of remarkable expressive power. As the album title suggests, all aboard to ecstasy! © Artalinna/Qobuz

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Nocturne No. 4 in E-Flat Major, Op. 36 (Gabriel Fauré)

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Nocturne No. 4 in E-Flat Major, Op. 36 (Andante molto moderato, dolce) 00:06:38

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

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Nocturne No. 4 in E-Flat Major, Op. 36 (Andante molto moderato, dolce) [Second Recorded Version] 00:07:39

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

Barcarolle No. 5 in F-Sharp Minor, Op. 66 (Gabriel Fauré)

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Barcarolle No. 5 in F-Sharp Minor, Op. 66 (Allegretto moderato) 00:06:03

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

3 Pieces, Op. 45 (Alexander Scriabin)

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3 Pieces, Op. 45: II. Poème fantasque (Presto) 00:00:26

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

Poème satanique, Op. 36 (Alexander Scriabin)

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Poème satanique, Op. 36 (Allegro) 00:06:43

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Alexander Scriabin, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

Huit pièces brèves, op. 84 (Gabriel Fauré)

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Nocturne No. 7 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 74 (Molto lento, sostenuto) 00:09:49

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

Piano Sonata No. 9 op. 68 'Black Mass' (Alexander Scriabin)

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Barcarolle No. 9 in A Minor, Op. 101 (Andante moderato) 00:05:29

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Alexander Scriabin, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

Nocturne No. 7 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 74 (Gabriel Fauré)

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Piano Sonata No. 9 Op. 68 (Moderato quasi andante - Molto meno vivo - Allegro molto - Alla marcia - Tempo I) 00:09:07

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

Barcarolle No. 9 in A minor, Op. 101 (Gabriel Fauré)

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8 pièces brèves, Op. 84: VIII. Huitième Nocturne in D-Flat Major (Adagio non troppo) 00:02:42

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

2 Pièces, Op. 104 (Gabriel Fauré)

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2 Pieces, Op. 104: I. Nocturne No. 11 in F-Sharp Minor (Molto moderato) 00:04:58

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

Nocturne No. 13 in B minor, Op. 119 (Gabriel Fauré)

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Nocturne No. 13 in B Minor, Op. 119 (Andante) 00:08:29

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Gabriel Fauré, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

3 Pieces, Op. 52 (Alexander Scriabin)

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3 Pieces, Op. 52: III. Poème languide (Pas vite) 00:01:25

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Alexander Scriabin, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

2 Poèmes, Op. 71 (Alexander Scriabin)

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2 poèmes, Op. 71: I. Fantastique - II. En rêvant, avec une grande douceur. Avec enthousiasme 00:03:54

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Alexander Scriabin, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

Vers la flamme, Op. 72 (Alexander Scriabin)

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Vers la flamme, Op. 72 (Allegro moderato - Eclatant, lumineux) 00:07:40

Romain Descharmes, Piano - Alexander Scriabin, Composer

Artalinna Artalinna

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On this new recording for Artalinna, pianist Romain Descharmes dives into sonic realms of rare complexity. Alternating between Fauré and Scriabin, through an emblematic rendition of the Nocturnes by the former including the tragic and violent No. 13, as well as electrifying music by Scriabin, such as Vers la flamme or Sonata No. 9, the French musician invites us on a spellbinding journey of remarkable expressive power. As the album title suggests, all aboard to ecstasy! © Artalinna/Qobuz

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