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These glittering, virtuoso concertos make welcome additions to Hyperion's "Romantic Piano Concerto" series.
Pelléas et Mélisande, the drama by the Belgian writer Maurice Maeterlinck, exerted an enormous influence on musicians throughout Europe in the years around the turn of the last century. It provided the subject for Claude Debussy’s striking and influential opera of the same title, and it engendered several orchestral works. The two most important of them are presented on this recording.
Hyperion’s ‘Romantic Piano Concerto’ series strides confidently on with this, the forty-seventh volume in this exploratory and revelatory marque. It cannily conjoins three works written within a year by two German composers whose names have long faded from international consciousness.
We bring this acclaimed recording of the Petersen Quartet in Schumann and Greig quartets.
They still enjoy simple, primitive pleasures; join them, and life will yet be bearable.
This recording is dedicated to unaccompanied English church music, sung in the beautiful acoustic of the Lady Chapel of Ely Cathedral.