Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2014

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
11.04.2019

Label: Claves Records

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

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  • Edvard Grieg (1843 - 1907): Danses norvégiennes, Op. 35:
  • 1Danses norvégiennes, Op. 35: I. Allegro marcato05:54
  • 2Danses norvégiennes, Op. 35: II. Allegretto tranquillo e grazioso02:19
  • 3Danses norvégiennes, Op. 35: III. Allegretto moderato alla marcia02:44
  • 4Danses norvégiennes, Op. 35: IV. Allegretto molto05:18
  • Hans Huber (1852 - 1921): Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47:
  • 5Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47: I. Moderato02:22
  • 6Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47: II. Kräftig00:48
  • 7Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47: III. Anmutig bewegt01:17
  • 8Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47: IV. Rasch02:26
  • 9Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47: V. Flott01:12
  • 10Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47: VI. Sehr zart01:22
  • 11Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47: VII. Nicht zu schnell00:47
  • 12Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47: VIII. Anmutig00:48
  • 13Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 47: IX. Nicht zu schnell01:53
  • 14Du Lac de Lucerne, Dix Danses, Op. 4700:52
  • Helena Winkelman (b. 1974): Trois danses suisses:
  • 15Trois danses suisses: I. Marche des maraudeurs03:05
  • 16Trois danses suisses: II. Valse hyptnotique05:41
  • 17Trois danses suisses: III. Polka psychédélique02:42
  • Max Bruch (1838 - 1920): Danses suédoises, Op. 63:
  • 18Danses suédoises, Op. 63: I. Einleitung. Langsam. Sehr mässig01:52
  • 19Danses suédoises, Op. 63: II. Ruhig bewegt01:06
  • 20Danses suédoises, Op. 63: III. Frisch, nicht zu schnell01:08
  • 21Danses suédoises, Op. 63: IV. Langsam, nicht schleppend01:16
  • 22Danses suédoises, Op. 63: V. Ziemlich schnell01:14
  • 23Danses suédoises, Op. 63: VI. Langsam, mit Ausdruck02:03
  • 24Danses suédoises, Op. 63: VII. Lebhaft00:55
  • 25Danses suédoises, Op. 63: VIII. Sehr mässig01:28
  • 26Danses suédoises, Op. 63: IX. Lebhaft00:55
  • 27Danses suédoises, Op. 63: X. Frisch, nicht zu schnell00:55
  • 28Danses suédoises, Op. 63: XI. Sehr mässig01:31
  • 29Danses suédoises, Op. 63: XII. Langsam, nicht schleppend01:56
  • 30Danses suédoises, Op. 63: XIII. Sehr mässig00:35
  • 31Danses suédoises, Op. 63: XIV. Gehend, ruhig bewegt01:48
  • 32Danses suédoises, Op. 63: XV. Sehr mässig00:47
  • Edvard Grieg: Valses-Caprices, Op. 37:
  • 33Valses-Caprices, Op. 37: I. Valse-Caprice No. 1 en do dièse mineur04:55
  • 34Valses-Caprices, Op. 37: II. Valse-Caprice No. 2 en mi mineur03:28
  • Total Runtime01:09:22

Info zu Invitation à la Danse

Seit ihrer Begegnung im Rahmen des Schweizer Musikfestivals Piano à Saint-Ursanne 2007 pflegen Christiane Baume-Sanglard und Dana Ciocarlie eine regelmäßige Zusammenarbeit im Klavierduo zu vier Händen. Das weibliche Duo ist seither bei Konzerten und Festivals auf zahlreichen europäischen Bühnen aufgetreten. Über ihre Freundschaft bilden ihre zwei unterschiedlichen Persönlichkeiten ein explosives Gemisch aus Energie, Poesie und musikalischer Ausdruckskraft.

Verdoppelung der Hände und Teilen des Raums vor einer einzigen Klaviatur: Die Kunst des Klaviers zu vier Händen ist anspruchsvoll. Diese Art von Klavierspiel verlangt äußerste gegenseitige Aufmerksamkeit der Partner sowie einen identischen gestischen und musikalischen Elan. Klarheit der Stimme, Suche nach den Klangfarben, Bemühung um Komplementarität und Beherrschung des Ganzen sind alles technische Schwierigkeiten, die es zu meistern gilt. Drüber hinaus müssen zwei Herzen und zwei Denkarten in der gleichen musikalischen Intention aufgehen, damit das interpretierte Werk seinen ganzen Sinn erhält. Zwanzig Finger auf einer Klaviatur, zwei Blicke auf die gleiche Partitur, jedoch eine einzige Seele im Dienste des Komponisten.

Christiane Baume-Sanglard, Klavier
Dana Ciocarlie, Klavier




Piano Duo Christiane Baume-Sanglard and Dana Ciocarlie
Since their first encounter in 2007 during the Swiss festival Piano à Saint-Ursanne, Christiane Baume-Sanglard and Dana Ciocarlie have started working together and collaborating as a Four-Hands Piano Duo. The female duo has since played in numerous concerts and festivals all over Europe. Through their friendship, their contrasting personalities make for a vibrant mixture of energy, poetry and musical expressiveness. Multiplication of hands and sharing space in front of a unique keyboard: the art of Four-Hands Piano is exacting. This style of piano playing requires extremely careful listening between the partners, as well as a single gestural and musical impulse. Dinstinctness of the different parts, research of sound quality, attention to complementarity and overall mastery are as many technical difficulties that need to be overcome. Beyond that, two hearts and two minds need to merge into a single musical line so that the work being interpreted may find its true meaning. Twenty fingers on a keyboard, two pairs of eyes on a single score, but only one soul at the service of the composers.

Christiane Baume-Sanglard
is the daughter of composer Abner Sanglard. She won the Virtuosity Prize of the Neuchâtel Conservatoire in the late Olivier Sörensen’s class. She furthered her studies with various Masters and was taught in Vienna by pianist Avo Kouyoumdjian. Today, besides her career as a soloist, Christiane Baume-Sanglard is sought after to collaborate with numerous instrument players, singers, choirs and orchestras. She plays particularly regularly as a duo with Dana Ciocarlie or Gérard Wyss and with clarinet

player Frédéric Rapin; she also collaborates with cellist Henri Demarquette, the String Quintet of the Berlin Philharmonic and the Van Kuijk Quartet. Christiane Baume-Sanglard is a regular guest of several international festivals. The artist, with her colourful, refined playing, perfectly renders the authentic atmosphere of their works to the composers whom she interprets. The maturity of her playing is revealed by Mozart and Ravel who appear to be her favourite composers. Her career is divided between recitals and teaching, especially at the Haute Ecole Pédagogique de l’Arc jurassien (Switzerland).

Dana Ciocarlie
Trained at the very source of the Romanian Piano School and in the lineage of Dinu Lipatti, Clara Haskil and Radu Lupu, Dana Ciocarlie studied with Dominique Merlet and Georges Pludermacher. She also plays with Christian Zacharias with whom she studied Schubert’s piano works. With her brilliant character bursting with generosity and commitment, Dana Ciocarlie is a prominent figure of the international scene. She is a regular guest of festivals such as La Roque d’Anthéron, La Folle Journée de Nantes or Piano à Saint-Ursanne. She regularly plays with orchestras, in recitals and chamber music ensembles on various continents. Whilst accomplishing a brilliant career as pianist, Dana Ciocarlie is also much sought after as a teacher: she teaches at the Lyon National Superior Music Conservatoire. She likes to explore the wide piano repertoire, as can be seen from her numerous recordings. Dana Ciocarlie has started recording the complete piano works of Robert Schumann, of whom she is one of the best interpreters. She is also artistic advisor for the festival Piano à Saint-Ursanne (Switzerland).



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