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Regular duet and two-piano partners Hélène Mercier and Louis Lortie have returned to the studio for this all-Debussy program. The album features duets written by the composer himself -such as the Petite Suite, the Six Épigraphes antiques and the Marche écossaise sur un thème Populaire; as well as a number of arrangements of his solo piano pieces (the Première Arabesque, La Fille aux cheveux de lin and the Ballade slave). The album ends with André Caplet's monumental arrangement of Debussy's best known orchestral work, La Mer. Stripped of it's orchestration, this two-piano version allows the listener to more easily appreciate Debussy's ground-breaking harmonic innovation. The album was recorded in the concert hall at Snape Maltings in Suffolk, using a pair of Bösendorfer 280 VC grand pianos.
Regular duet and two-piano partners Hélène Mercier and Louis Lortie have returned to the studio for this all-Debussy program. The album features duets written by the composer himself -such as the Petite Suite, the Six Épigraphes antiques and the Marche écossaise sur un thème Populaire; as well as a number of arrangements of his solo piano pieces (the Première Arabesque, La Fille aux cheveux de lin and the Ballade slave). The album ends with André Caplet's monumental arrangement of Debussy's best known orchestral work, La Mer. Stripped of it's orchestration, this two-piano version allows the listener to more easily appreciate Debussy's ground-breaking harmonic innovation. The album was recorded in the concert hall at Snape Maltings in Suffolk, using a pair of Bösendorfer 280 VC grand pianos.
095115222829

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Format: CD
Label: CHANDOS
Rel. Date: 09/09/2022
UPC: 095115222829

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Regular duet and two-piano partners Hélène Mercier and Louis Lortie have returned to the studio for this all-Debussy program. The album features duets written by the composer himself -such as the Petite Suite, the Six Épigraphes antiques and the Marche écossaise sur un thème Populaire; as well as a number of arrangements of his solo piano pieces (the Première Arabesque, La Fille aux cheveux de lin and the Ballade slave). The album ends with André Caplet's monumental arrangement of Debussy's best known orchestral work, La Mer. Stripped of it's orchestration, this two-piano version allows the listener to more easily appreciate Debussy's ground-breaking harmonic innovation. The album was recorded in the concert hall at Snape Maltings in Suffolk, using a pair of Bösendorfer 280 VC grand pianos.
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