Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé - Bartók: Sonata for Two Pianos & Percussion mp3 downloadPerformer: Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé
Title: Bartók: Sonata for Two Pianos & Percussion
Style: Chamber Music
Location: The Old Granary, Beccles U.K
Released: October 2, 2015
Date of recording: August 1, 2014 - August 3, 2014
Size MP3 version: 1775 mb
Size FLAC version: 1727 mb
Size WMA version: 1938 mb
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Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé - Bartók: Sonata for Two Pianos & Percussion mp3 download
Pascal and Ami Roge present a fascinating album of music for two pianos and percussion that includes a remarkable transcription of Ravel's Bolero written b. .
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Sonata for two pianos & percussion. S. 10: II. Lento, ma non troppo (6:22) 04. Sonata for two pianos & percussion. Sz 110: III. Allegro non troppo (6:36) 05.
Piano, Primary Artist.
The Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion, Sz. 110, BB 115, is a musical piece written by Hungarian composer Béla Bartók in 1937.
Sonata for two pianos & percussion, S. Lento, ma non troppo. Ami Rogé Joby Burgess Pascal Rogé Paul Clarvis. Bela Bartok Matthew Hindson Maurice Ravel. View all. Top Albums. Mahler – Symphony N. ‘Resurrection’ BIS2296.
Pascal Rogé is today’s greatest ambassador and stylist in French piano music. Winner of two Gramophone Awards, his name has been synonymous for many years with the finest French piano-playing both in concerts and on disc. On this disc he is joined by his pianist wife Ami and percussionists Paul Clarvis and Joby Burgess for an exciting recital including a world premiere recording of a work composed for the Rogés: Matthew Hindson’s ’Pulse Magnet’; Bartok’s masterful Sonata for two pianos and percussion; and the rarely performed arrangement by Ravel of his ’Bolero’ for the same forces.
Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion. Béla Bartók, Ditta Pásztory-Bartók (pianos), Fritz Schiesser, Philipp Rühlig (percussion). Orchestra version: 1942-11-14 in London, Royal Albert Hall, Royal Philharmonic Society concert. Louis Kentner, Ilona Kaboswith (pianos), Ernest Gillegin, Frederick Bradshaw (percussion), London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Adrian Boult (conductor).
Pascal Rogé & Ami Rogé (pianos), Paul Clarvis & Joby Burgess (percussion). Pascal Rogé is today’s greatest ambassador and stylist in French piano music. Winner of two Gramophone Awards, his name has been synonymous for many years with the finest French piano-playing both in concerts and on disc
Born in Paris, Pascal Rogé became an exclusive Decca recording artist at the age of 17. He has won many prestigious awards including two Gramophone Awards, a Grand Prix du Disque and an Edison Award for his interpretations of the Ravel and Saint-Saëns concertos. His DECCA recordings include the complete piano works of Poulenc and Ravel, four albums of Satie and two of Debussy and a Bartok cycle with the London Symphony Orchestra. Pascal Rogé has performed in almost every major concert hall in the world. Some of the orchestras he has appeared with include the Philadelphia Orchestra, Montreal Symphony, L’Orchestre de Paris, L’Orchestre National de Radio France, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, NHK Symphony, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Sydney Symphony, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra and the major London orchestras.
Artist: Francis Poulenc, Song: Sonata for two Pianos. Allegro molto (Pascal Rogé, Catherine Collard), Duration: 5:07, File type: mp3. №3236573274. Francis Poulenc Sonata for two Pianos. Allegro molto (Pascal Rogé, Catherine Collard). Duration: 5:07 File type: mp3.
|1||Bolero Maurice Ravel||Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé||15:12|
|Sonata for two pianos & percussion|
|2||I. Assai lento Béla Bartók||Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé||13:36|
|3||II. Lento, ma non troppo Béla Bartók||Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé||6:22|
|4||III. Allegro non troppo Béla Bartók||Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé||6:36|
|5||I. Sempre non rubato Matthew Hindson||Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé||3:23|
|6||II. Meno mosso Matthew Hindson||Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé||6:34|
|7||III. Accelerando sempre Matthew Hindson||Ami Rogé / Pascal Rogé||4:40|
CreditsBéla Bartók - Composer
Joby Burgess - Percussion
Paul Clarvis - Percussion
Matthew Cosgrove - Executive Producer
Jean-Claude Gaberel - Engineer, Producer
Noémie Gatzler - Liner Note Translation
Matthew Hindson - Composer, Liner Notes
Jeremy Nicholas - Liner Notes
Maurice Ravel - Arranger, Composer
Ami Rogé - Piano, Primary Artist
Pascal Rogé - Piano, Primary Artist
Jeremy Tilston - Design