Alain Lefèvre - Rachmaninov: Neuf Études-Tableaux, Op. 39; Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke mp3 downloadPerformer: Alain Lefèvre
Title: Rachmaninov: Neuf Études-Tableaux, Op. 39; Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke
Released: April 17, 2008
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Alain Lefèvre - Rachmaninov: Neuf Études-Tableaux, Op. 39; Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke mp3 download
Rachmaninoff's second set of Etudes-Tableaux is, if anything, even fuller, more finely textured, and darker than the first
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Rachmaninov's Op. 39 Etudes-Tableaux were composed after a series of emotionally devastating setbacks. Similarly, Schubert's D. 946 Drei Klavierstucke were completed only months before his own death. The three Schubert pieces are equally well-played from a technical standpoint, but musically are very aggressive at times, making them sound much more like Rachmaninov than Schubert.
Schubert’s Klavierstücke and Rachmaninoff’s Études-tableaux Op. 39: two apparently disparate works but sparkling proof of their composers’ genius, two collections all too often neglected by pianists, and two remarkable works that Alain Lefèvre has held within himself for over twenty years. The intensely lyrical and poetic works of Klavierstücke are a testament to Schubert’s great maturity; and the finely crafted little symphonic poems for piano of the Études-tableaux Op. 39 are like mirrors of Rachmaninoff’s tormented soul.
The Études-Tableaux ("study pictures"), Op. 39 is the second set of piano études composed by Sergei Rachmaninoff. They are even fuller, more finely textured and darker than the first set. The Op. 39 set comprises nine études: No. 1 in C minor. This quick-paced étude demands a tireless right hand, a syncopated left hand and considerable dexterity. Technically, the music is in an almost continual climax. It bears a resemblance to Chopin's Prelude in E-flat minor.
Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke, Rachmaninov: Neuf Études-Tableaux, O. 9. Released by ANALEKTA Feb 2008 12 Tracks. Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke, Rachmaninov: Neuf Études-Tableaux, O. 9 is a English album released on Feb 2008. 9 Album has 12 songs sung by Alain Lefèvre. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Schubert: Drei Klavierstücke, Rachmaninov: Neuf Études-Tableaux, O. 9 songs on Gaana.
Rachmaninov & Schubert - Piano Pieces. Alain Lefevre (piano). Release Date: 14th Apr 2008. 39 are surely some of Rachmaninov’s finest compositions. Rachmaninov: Etudes-Tableaux, Op. 39. Schubert: Klavierstücke (3), D946. Groups & Artists.
Montreal sensation Alain Lefèvre brings his trademark heart-on-sleeve expressivity to the technical demands of Sergei Rachmaninov's nine Études-Tableaux, Op. His intensity is ideal. It's a mystery how three pieces by Franz Schubert fit into this sonic picture, but Lefèvre plays them with affecting simplicity. There's a bonus download of a sonata by Antonio Soler. Top track: No. 5 in E-flat Minor.
Come the Op 39 Études-tableaux of 1916-17, that harmonic and tonal palette is even broader, at times exploratory and ambiguous, while not straying beyond the bounds that Rachmaninov set himself: ‘I myself could never care to write in a radical vein which disregards the laws of tonality and harmony,’ he declared to The Etude in 1941, ‘nor could I learn t. l’origine, Rachmaninov composa neuf pièces pour le recueil o. 3, mais trois d’entre elles furent retirées avant la publication. Comme il l’écrivit au musicologue Boris Assafiev le 13/26 avril 1917: sont sur mon bureau. Elles ne seront pas publiées.
Etudes-tableaux, Op. 39: I. Allegro Agitato in C Minor. 2. Etudes-tableaux, Op. 39: II. Lento Assai in A Minor. 39: V. Appassionato in E-Flat Minor. 6. 39: VI. Allegro in A Minor. Schubert: The Late Piano Sonatas. Beethoven: Diabelli Variations - Bach: Partita N.
|Etudes-Tableaux, for piano, Op. 39|
|1||No. 1 in C minor||Alain Lefèvre||3:42|
|2||No. 2 in A minor||Alain Lefèvre||8:04|
|3||No. 3 in F sharp major||Alain Lefèvre||3:57|
|4||No. 4 in B minor||Alain Lefèvre||4:02|
|5||No. 5 in E flat minor||Alain Lefèvre||7:06|
|6||No. 6 in A minor||Alain Lefèvre||3:25|
|7||No. 7 in C minor||Alain Lefèvre||9:27|
|8||No. 8 in D minor||Alain Lefèvre||5:08|
|9||No. 9 in D major||Alain Lefèvre||4:12|
|Pieces (3) for piano (impromptus), D. 946|
|10||No. 9 in E flat minor||Alain Lefèvre||6:42|
|11||No. 10 in E flat major||Alain Lefèvre||14:10|
|12||No. 11 in C major||Alain Lefèvre||5:00|
CreditsCaroline Bergeron - Photography
Peter Christensen - Liner Note Translation
Julie Fournier - Assistant Executive Producer
Timothy Gowdy - Assistant Engineer
Mario Labbe - Artistic Director, Executive Producer
Alain Lefèvre - Piano, Primary Artist
Lucie Renaud - Liner Notes
Carl Talbot - Engineer, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Jeremy Túsz - Assistant Engineer