Milivojevic / Callaghan: V4: Duos for Harmonium & Piano

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Milivojevic / Callaghan: V4: Duos for Harmonium & Piano

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Title: V4: Duos for Harmonium & Piano
Artist: Milivojevic / Callaghan
Label: Nimbus Records
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 710357811128
Genre: Classical Artists

The rise in popularity of the harmonium in the second half of the nineteenth century brought with it a large repertoire of chamber music, especially in France, where the instrument had been developed and refined. The combination of harmonium with piano was an especially popular one. As well as original compositions, the harmonium attracted composers making arrangements for reduced forces. The accordion, taking the role of the harmonium on these recordings, produces sound in a near identical way - air passes over vibrating free reeds made of metal. [Dr David Jones] It is the performers' hope that the subtle shift from the 19th century French harmonium to a modern classical accordion will enable these delightful pieces to be performed more often and to gain the widest possible audience.

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