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Dénes Várjon - "De la nuit "Negotiating dynamic shifts of emphasis," The Independent has noted,"Dénes Várjon displays that most valuable of gifts: the ability to play in a way which makes you listen anew to the familiar." This capacity is to the fore here in the Hungarian pianist's sensitive exploration of Schumann, Ravel, Bartók, a journey through three worlds of poetic imagination which, as Jürg Stenzl writes in the liner notes, "require pianists for whom transcendent virtuosity is second nature."
Dénes Várjon - "De la nuit "Negotiating dynamic shifts of emphasis," The Independent has noted,"Dénes Várjon displays that most valuable of gifts: the ability to play in a way which makes you listen anew to the familiar." This capacity is to the fore here in the Hungarian pianist's sensitive exploration of Schumann, Ravel, Bartók, a journey through three worlds of poetic imagination which, as Jürg Stenzl writes in the liner notes, "require pianists for whom transcendent virtuosity is second nature."
028948170036
Denes Varjon - De la Nuit

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Format: CD
Label: ECM
Rel. Date: 08/31/2018
UPC: 028948170036

De la Nuit
Artist: Denes Varjon
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Des Abends Dénes Várjon 03:48
3. Track 3
4. Aufschwung Dénes Várjon 03:05
5. Track 5
6. Warum? Dénes Várjon 03:03
7. Track 7
8. Grillen Dénes Várjon 03:21
9. Track 9
10. in Der Nacht Dénes Várjon 04:06
11. Track 11
12. Fabel Dénes Várjon 02:42
13. Track 13
14. Traumes Wirren Dénes Várjon 02:27
15. Track 15
16. Ende Vom Lied Dénes Várjon 04:57
17. Maurice Ravel - Gaspard de la Nuit, M. 55 1
18. Ondine Dénes Várjon 06:33 1
19. Le Gibet Dénes Várjon 06:12 1
20. Scarbo Dénes Várjon 10:08 1
21. Im Freien, SZ. 81 1
22. Track 22
23. Mit Trommeln Und Pfeifen Dénes Várjon 01:43 1
24. Track 24
25. Barcarolla Dénes Várjon 02:45 1
26. Track 26
27. Musettes Dénes Várjon 02:53 1
28. Track 28
29. Klänge Der Nacht Dénes Várjon 06:03 1
30. Track 30
31. Hetzjagd Dénes Várjon 02:17

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Dénes Várjon - "De la nuit "Negotiating dynamic shifts of emphasis," The Independent has noted,"Dénes Várjon displays that most valuable of gifts: the ability to play in a way which makes you listen anew to the familiar." This capacity is to the fore here in the Hungarian pianist's sensitive exploration of Schumann, Ravel, Bartók, a journey through three worlds of poetic imagination which, as Jürg Stenzl writes in the liner notes, "require pianists for whom transcendent virtuosity is second nature."
        
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