With this SACD audite continues its Eduard Franck series . Franck’s chamber music possesses special qualities, without question making him a distinguished artist. He was inspired by his friends Robert Schumann and Felix Mendelssohn – who also taught him – as well as by the formal models of...more
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|Eduard Franck: Piano Trios|
|release date:||3. April 2009|
|total time:||76 min.|
With this SACD audite continues its Eduard Franck series.
Franck’s chamber music possesses special qualities, without question making him a distinguished artist. He was inspired by his friends Robert Schumann and Felix Mendelssohn – who also taught him – as well as by the formal models of Viennese Classicism.
The piano trios Op. 11 and Op. 58, two large-scale and sound-intensive works, are amongst Franck’s most attractive compositions. Both works display an impressive compositional aplomb and a rich palette of stylistic devices.
Today, Eduard Franck is considered a mediator between the generations of the main masters, a link between Schumann and Mendelssohn on the one hand and Bruch, Brahms and Bruckner on the other. The richness of these rediscovered works is surprising even a century after Franck’s death. By recording his orchestral works and his chamber music, audite brings Franck’s oeuvre to our attention.
Internationally renowned artists who have dedicated themselves to Franck’s works include Christiane Edinger. Together with cellist Lluís Claret and pianist Klaus Hellwig she has also recorded the two piano trios presented on this disc.
I have heard quite some chamber music in my lifetime, but none that had such an effect on me. This is music that should not be far away from your player, for it provides some serious consolation. Very attractive music, I would go as far as proclaiming them masterworks. But what would good music be, if not likewise good performers play it? And a good sound perspective?<br /> <br /> Both these things are honoured in a way that needs applauding, and many encores in this time honoured institution that proclaims ones appreciation. Mehr lesen
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