Fournier, Pierre: Rendezvous Musical

Fournier, Pierre SKU: 35832423
Pierre Fournier: Rendezvous Musical

Fournier, Pierre: Rendezvous Musical

Fournier, Pierre SKU: 35832423

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Rendezvous Musical
Artist: Fournier, Pierre
Label: Analogphonic
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 8808678161106
Genre: Classical Artists

Double vinyl LP pressing. Cellist Pierre Fournier is accompanied by pianist Lamar Crowson for compositional works written for the cello by such composers as Haydn, Weber, Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Saint-Saens and more. "Fournier's tone is a constant delight, warmly lyrical yet with a plangent edge that does wonders for the more pleading episodes of Dvorak's Rondo a work written for the cello, and making the fact very clear. His phrasing is beautifully shapely in cantabile. And when scurrying around in Francoeur's Allegro vivo, Rimsky-Korsakov's Bumble-bee and Popper's Elfentanz, he brings a bite to the accentuation which keeps the rhythm both tingling and disciplined. The Weber is a pleasant surprise, but I particularly enjoyed the Dvorak, the Schumann (meant for the horn but with cello as an op-tional alternative) and the Brahms... Brahms's particular brand of deep-hued sentiment is wholly at one with the soul of the cello." - Gramophone.

1.1 Adagio Cantabile - Allegro Vivo
1.2 Tempo Di Minuetto
1.3 Larghetto - Rondo
1.4 Nocturne Op. 9, No. 2
1.5 Hymne An Die Sonne
1.6 Hummelflug
1.7 Adagio Und Allegro Op. 70
2.1 Ave Maria (Meditation)
2.2 Valse Sentimentale Op. 51, No. 6
2.3 Feldeinsamkeit Op. 86, No. 2
2.4 Elfentanz Op. 39 (Dance of the Elves)
2.5 Rondo Op. 94
2.6 Der Schwan
2.7 Variationen Uber Ein Thema Aus Der Oper
2.8 Pezzo Cappriccioso Op. 62
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