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Duo Tal & Groethuysen

Release: August 11, 2017
Label: Sony Classical

Claude Debussy (1862-1918)

1 Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (1891-1894)
(Arr. Claude Debussy)
  La Mer
Trois Esquisses Symphoniques (1905)
(Arr. André Caplet)
2 I. De l'aube à midi sur la mer 7:52
3 II. Jeux de vagues 6:13
4 III. Dialogue du vent et de la mer 7:24

Richard Strauss (1864-1949)

5 Salomes Tanz der sieben Schleier
aus dem Musik-Drama Salome (1903-1905)
(Arr. Johannes Doebber)
6 Walzerfolge aus dem Rosenkavalier (1909-1910)
(Arr. Victor Babin)
7 Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche Op. 28
Nach alterschelmenweise in Rondeauform (1895)
(Arr. Otto Singer)


Total playing time: 60:39
Executive Producers: Falk Häfner (BR) Michael Brüggemann (SONY)
Recording Producer: Jörg Moser
Recording Engineer: Peter Urban
Piano tuner: Vinzenz Schuster
Recorded at: Studio 2 des Bayerischen Rundfunks München
Date of recordings: 30.9. -2.10.2016


9.11.2016 - CD Aufnahme

9.11.2016 - CD Aufnahme

Recording Producer: Jörg Moser, Recording Engineer: Peter Urban, Klaviertechniker: Vinzenz Schuster


COLORS review by James Manheim on AllMusic: ".....the program involves music, controversial music, heard in Paris at the dawn of the last century. Richard Strauss and Claude Debussy were the talk of the town, and the fact that they disparaged each other only added to the publicity"

Mr. Manheim was referring also to Yaaras POLONAISE, ending hie review with the following: "Sample the first of the 4 Polonaises Mélancoliques, Op. 22, and decide for yourself; whatever the case, the pieces are worth hearing on their own merits. Strong Bavarian Radio studio sound is another attraction."

Pianist Magazin 27.11.2017
"Duo Tal & groethuysen release 'COLORS' receives Editor's Choise"

".....However, from the opening flute melody of the Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune (arranged by the composer himself ), Duo Tal & Groethuysen takes the listener on an exquisite journey through Debussy’s orchestral sound world. Everything merging into one in the feather-light tremolos and rich bass register ... This is another superb Tal & Groethuysen recording." Erica Worth