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GEN 19634 8.2.2019
18.90 €

Guillaume Connesson (*1970)  
Les chants de l'Agartha. Trois pièces pour violoncelle et piano (2008)
Sous le désert de Mongolie
La bibliothèque des Savoirs Perdus
Danse devant le Roi du Monde
Francis Poulenc (1899–1963)  
Sonata for Cello and Piano, FP 143 (1940–48)
Allegro – Tempo di Marcia
Cavatine
Ballabile
Finale
Claude Debussy (1862–1918)  
Intermezzo and Scherzo for Piano and Cello, L. 27 & L. 39 (1880–82)
Intermezzo
Scherzo
Manuel de Falla (1876–1946)  
Suite populaire espagnole (1914)
El paño moruno
Nana
Canción
Polo
Asturiana
Jota
Manuel de Falla  
La vida breve (1904–13)
Spanish Dance No. 1
Enrique Granados (1867–1916)  
Goyescas (1915)
Intermezzo
Gaspar Cassadó (1897–1966)  
Requiebros (1931)
   

Voyages Sonores


Works by Guillaume Connesson, Francis Poulenc, Claude Debussy, Manuel de Falla, Enrique Granados and Gaspar Cassadó


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Maria Kliegel, one of the most sought-after cellists today, was once heralded by the great Rostropovich as "La Cellissima." She has won numerous prizes and two Grammy nominations. A personal compilation of exciting music for cello and piano is now available with her piano partner Oliver Triendl on her GENUIN CD "Voyages sonores." The duo refers to the collection of works from Spain and France as a "musical journey” – music that shimmers in the sun and is Mediterranean, but at the same time is full of passion and darkness. And all this played in such an electrifying way that you immediately think you are on the Mediterranean: from Poulenc to de Falla, from Debussy to Granados. Olé!

Pizzicato
"German cellist Maria Kliegel has nothing lost from your youthful passion and freshness. Her colourful and atmospheric performances are absolutely remarkable."
Review by Remy Franck in the magazine Pizzicato, 12.2.2019

Deutschlandfunk
"Klänge aus Vergnügen und Witz"
Besprechung im Deutschlandfunk am 10.4. von Christoph Schmitz

HIFI & Records
"ein fabelhaftes Kaleodoskop einer exquisiten Cello-Stimme."
Besprechung im Magazin HIFI & Records von Hans-Dieter Grünefeld, 19.3.2019

Badische Zeitung
"Das Cello singt vom glühenden Liebesschmerz. Expressive Hochdruck-Musik (...)" Rezension in der Badischen Zeitung von Christine Adam, 9. Februar 2019

Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung
"Eleganz und Temperament"
Besprechung von Jan Kampmeier in der Neuen Osnabrücker Zeitung, 12.2.2019