A relaxed conversation. A fascinating dialogue. Across stylistic and temporal boundaries, a saxophone and a piano communicate with the old masters.
With a spirit of freedom and sensitivity, the duo Nicole Heartseeker and Mulo Francel spans a connection from the now to the classical era. Composers from Bach to Caccini, Schubert, Schumann to Piazzolla are given a completely new listening perspective and fall into a musical fountain of youth.
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Bloodline – that means something like family tree. Every artist must honestly decide for himself to whom he feels obliged and why. To himself and thus to those who can identify with his statements, or to external factors such as media expectations, zeitgeist or a canon. Guitarist Robert Keßler has made a very clear decision, and his album “Bloodline” bears witness to this step.
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The sensational and successful recording “Johannes Tonio Kreusch PLAYS Villa-Lobos & Ginastera”, hailed by the French music magazine Classica Répertoire as a “new reference recording since the legendary recordings by Narciso Yepes and Julian Bream”, is remastered and released by GLM Music.
Heitor Villa-Lobos and Alberto Ginastera, as driving forces of the Latin American modernist movement, composed with relative restraint for the “national instrument” of their homeland. In Ginastera’s case, the Sonata Op.47 is the only work he ever wrote for the guitar.
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