9 thoughts on “ Appassionato - George Enescu, Luiza Borac - The Three Piano Suites (CD) ”

  1. Dating from , the Third Suite consists of individual pieces later collected together in a single volume, and so it completely lacks the neo-classical formal outlines of the previous two. It also contains some of Enescu's most remarkable piano music now in his fully mature style.
  2. Suites for Solo Piano. Luiza Borac, piano Avie AV DDD Also released on Hybrid SACD: Amazon - UK - Germany - Canada - France - Japan - ArkivMusic - CD Universe. A musician's musician, composer George (or Georges) Enescu (or Enescu) is known the world over for two tuneful but rather atypical works – namely the First and Second.
  3. This CD featuring for the first time the complete cycle of Enescu's Piano Suites must be considered as one of the most pleasant surprises of The quality of these three compositions is eminent (as expected from someone of Enescu's stature!) and Luiza Borac's performance is simply incredible.5/5(6).
  4. This is Luiza Borac's second Enescu recording for Avie, the first being of the three suites for piano (I cannot submit a formal review since I've heard it only on rbcd, but any comments about performance may be taken to apply equally to that disc as well).
  5. Aug 17,  · Jouée ici par la pianiste roumaine Luiza Borac, la Suite pour piano No 2 Op. 10 de Georges Enesco () vit le jour dans des circonstances particulières. Installé à .
  6. The selections on Luiza Borac's second volume of George Enescu's piano music show how versatile a composer he was. Like many of his contemporaries, such as Ravel and Stravinsky, he absorbed and adapted a variety of traditional forms and of compositional styles to create a diverse, if small, body of works that deserves greater attention outside of his inszamcomwotongputerzamulhersparkcea.co: $
  7. This double-disc album is Romanian pianist Luiza Borac's tribute to her compatriot, violinist-composer and polymath George Enescu (), or Georges Enesco .
  8. Presenting a disc of works by her compatriot George Enescu, the combination of Luiza’s artistry and this little-known repertoire is a revelation. Luiza Borac has won more than a dozen prizes, including top prize at the Oslo International Piano Competition in , and the International Festival and Competition in Bucharest.
  9. Compact disc. Program notes by Martin Anderson and the pianist and biographical notes, in English with French and German translations (22 p.: ill.) inserted in container. Performer(s): Luiza Borac, piano. Event notes: Recorded in the Stadttheater, Lindau (Bodensee), Germany, Mar. 23 and 30, Description: 1 audio disc: digital, stereo ; 4.

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