Chopin / Doyen / Cantrelle Quintet / Krettly: Jean Doyen Plays Chopin & Liszt

Chopin / Doyen / Cantrelle Quintet / Krettly: Jean Doyen Plays Chopin & Liszt

Chopin / Doyen / Cantrelle Quintet / Krettly: Jean Doyen Plays Chopin & Liszt

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Title: Jean Doyen Plays Chopin & Liszt
Artist: Chopin / Doyen / Cantrelle Quintet / Krettly
Label: Apr Recordings
UPC: 5024709160303
Genre: Classical Artists

Jean Doyen is perhaps the archetypal French pianist. Taught by Louis Diemer and Marguerite Long, he went on to become the second longest serving piano professor in the Paris Conservatoire's history and largely dedicated his career to his homeland. In addition, his repertoire centered on the French classics, with Chopin also taking pride of place. His early recordings reveal a spectacular technique coupled with generous musicality and expression - it's no wonder he was chosen for this premiere recording of Ravel's 'Gaspard de la nuit'. His Chopin Op 2 Variations and the complete Book 1 of Debussy's Images are also recording firsts, but for sheer virtuoso exhilaration, his rare Sonabel album of Chabrier's Espana is hard to beat. Surprisingly, none of these marvelous performances have previously been reissued.


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