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1. Prélude - Thibaudet*, Ravel* - Recital (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 27,  · Ravel's compact body of solo piano music fits neatly on a pair of compact disks, and is sufficiently varied to stand alone in the concert hall. Mr. Thibaudet began his recital with an.
  2. The two CD recording does the impossible in demonstrating the Thibaudet can toss of the most lightly fragrant works as well as the formidable challenges of 'Gaspard de la nuit' and the brutally difficult fugue from the elegant 'Le tombeau de Couperin'. Scattered throughout this recital are some rarities such as the 'Sérénade grotesque', the 4/5(14).
  3. Thibaudet was born in Lyon to a French father and a German mother. The mother provided Thibaudet with his first piano lessons at age five, and later his father taught him to play the violin. Thibaudet's skill at the keyboard developed rapidly, and he gave his first recital at the age of seven, following with his first concerto appearance at age.
  4. Find release reviews and credits for Ravel: Piano Music - Jean-Yves Thibaudet on AllMusic - Find release reviews and credits for Ravel: Piano Music - Jean-Yves Thibaudet on AllMusic - Main Album Ravel: Piano Music. Release Date August 23, Label. Regis Records. Format CD. Duration Catalog # PCL Submit.
  5. Prélude. À la Read more manière de Borodine. À la manière de Chabrier • Jean-Yves Thibaudet (pn) • DECCA (2 CDs: ) One afternoon and early evening about 10 years ago, I had the pleasure of hearing Jean-Yves Thibaudet play through the complete solo piano music of Maurice Ravel.
  6. Find release reviews and credits for Ravel: Les Concertos pour Piano - Jean-Yves Thibaudet on AllMusic - Find release reviews and credits for Ravel: Les Concertos pour Piano - Jean-Yves Thibaudet on AllMusic - Main Album Ravel: Les Concertos pour Piano. Release Date August 12, Label. London. Format CD. Duration.
  7. Thibaudet ends with two revolutions rather than a single outburst (the fist-shaking D minor Prelude as well as the Op. 10 No. 12 C minor Etude) before commencing a short further recital played on Chopin's Broadwood piano.
  8. Thibaudet's understanding and interpretation of Debussy's work show an exquisite gift for not only playing, but also feeling the music. This entire set (I highly recommend Debussy - Complete works for Piano, Vol. 2 to round out the collection of Debussy's wonderful compositions for piano) is a feast for the ears, a delightful foray in to the /5(20).

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