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Concertos - Released March 7, 2012 | ARTALINNA

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Classical - Released October 30, 2015 | ARTALINNA

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After a remarkable Chopin programme in 2010 on the Artalinna label, François Dumont embarks on a journey at the heart of Johann Sebastian Bach’s piano works. The four dance suites brought together here form an imaginary cycle of variations on the letters of the composer’s name, B.A.C.H, including a plurality of characters, atmospheres and expressions. The French pianist offers a dynamic vision of the Cantor’s work. Demonstrating a deep understanding of its polyphony, his magnificent and colourful playing unleashes the most thrilling dancing energy.

Classical - Released January 18, 2019 | Aevea Classics


Classical - Released March 2, 2018 | Aevea Classics

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Classical - Released September 13, 2019 | Naxos

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Composed between 1929 and 1931, Ravel’s two piano concertos reflect his enthusiasm for jazz, though one that was thoroughly absorbed into his own idiom. The Concerto in G major, originally conceived as a Basque rhapsody, is lightly scored but sports a vivacious percussion section, galvanising motor rhythms and a slow movement of astonishing beauty. The Concerto for the Left Hand, commissioned by Paul Wittgenstein who had lost his right arm in the First World War, is a single movement tour de force, as is Tzigane, a gypsy violin showpiece of dazzling virtuosity. © Naxos

Classical - Released February 3, 2017 | ARTALINNA

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Through this third album for Artalinna, François Dumont invites us to take a second promenade at the heart of J.S. Bach’s keyboard works. Some of the Cantor of Leipzig’s famous works, either as originally written or subsequently transcribed by the Romantics (Prelude and Fugue in A minor, Chaconne for solo violin), offer a complete panorama of the composer’s style from his very early youth (Capriccio) to his full musical maturity (Italian Concerto). Here, as in his fi rst Bach volume, François Dumont offers a revitalized vision of polyphony and an astonishing diversity of expressions.

Classical - Released September 3, 2014 | Piano Classics


Classical - Released May 3, 2013 | Piano Classics