Marc Haegeman

"Marc Haegeman"
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Ort: Gent, Belgium
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Der Nussknacker: Deluxe-Edit. von Simon Rattle
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3.0 von 5 Sternen On unfamiliar ground, 23. November 2010
It's amusing to read from a conductor in a foreword to his newest recording, moreover meant to feature as plat de résistance of his 30 years with EMI campaign, that he previously hasn't been much of a fan of the composer he is playing. Of course, it has never been a secret that Simon Rattle isn't a Tchaikovskian and anyone who remembers the budding maestro accompanying Russian pianist Emil Gilels in Tchaikovsky's 1st piano concerto in the early Birmingham days, knows this went hand in hand with an evident lack of affinity with the composer's world. And although the light often appears with age and Rattle readily admits he always has had a soft spot for the ballets, a complete… Mehr dazu
Tchaikovsky/Liszt: First Piano Concertos von Alice Sara Ott
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When releasing a disc with two multi-recorded concertos like the Tchaikovsky and Liszt First Piano Concertos, a young artist is taking huge risks. The Deutsche Grammophon label or not behind you, when you have to face the competition of a Horowitz, Gilels, Richter, Weissenberg, Argerich and so many other giants and lesser gods for Tchaikovsky, and again Richter, Janis, Zimerman, Argerich, among others for Liszt, you have to know what you are doing. But then again, 22-year old Alice Sara Ott has been a pleasantly surprising artist who seems to know quite well where she's going, as could be experienced from her miraculous take on the Chopin Waltzes and her equally brilliant Lizst "Etudes… Mehr dazu
Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker - Highlights (exklusiv bei&hellip von Simon Rattle
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3.0 von 5 Sternen On unfamiliar ground, 29. Oktober 2010
It's amusing to read from a conductor in a foreword to his newest recording, moreover meant to feature as plat de résistance of his 30 years with EMI campaign, that he previously hasn't been much of a fan of the composer he is playing. Of course, it has never been a secret that Simon Rattle isn't a Tchaikovsky admirer and anyone who remembers the budding maestro accompanying Russian pianist Emil Gilels in Tchaikovsky's 1st piano concerto in the early Birmingham days, knows this went hand in hand with an evident lack of affinity with the composer's world. And although the light often appears with age and Rattle readily admits he always has had a soft spot for the ballets, a complete… Mehr dazu