Posts Tagged ‘Black Line’

New releases for Limenmusic: Takahiro Yoshikawa!

From October 17. 2011 you will find in all music stores and digital a new production for Limenmusic:

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Takahiro Yoshikawa, piano
music by: Ludwig van Beethoven, Frédéric Chopin, Franz Liszt and Maurice Ravel
CD+DVD LIMEN Classic & contemporary – BLACK LINE

Takahiro Yoshikawa, young and talented Japanese pianist, took his first steps into the world of music in his homeland, before moving to Italy, where he made himself well known, as a winner of many international competitions, playing in the most important halls (included the Teatro alla Scala in Milan), as a soloist and with high-level chamber groups.Given the exiting successes of his first album, published in 2009, devoted to Frèdéric Chopin’w works, Limen music & arts proposes a new discographical production (CD+DVD), where Takahiro Yoshikawa performs pieces dedicated to the suggestions of the night, readind it in a new, and deeply original, key, infact all the works refer to the same “black” key, in which the fingers more often caress the keyboard rather than strike it.
Thanks to his deep and attractive interpretation, this artist take us in a intimate path through images, colours and emotions of the night, drowing to leading composers of the Nineteenth century: L. Van Beethoven, Frédéric Chopin, Franz Liszt and Maurice Ravel, to create an album of unparalleled beauty.

For more info about the album, please click here.

All Japanese friends can book the album on Amazon, clicking here.

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Ivan Fedele, complete works for piano – New CD+DVD

From April 4th, 2011 will be available in major music stores and e-commerce site an important discographical production, entirely dedicated to Ivan Fedele‘s complete works for piano.

In this album (CD+DVD box set), the italian pianist Ciro Longobardi, take us in this wonderful journey through Ivan Fedele’s works, starting from the intense and bright colors of South Pole’s landscapes, evoked by the Études series: 5 Études Boreales (1990) and 5 Études Australes (2003) to the beginning, with “Toccata” (1983), extremely important piece from an affective point of view for Ivan Fedele, because full of memories of his early experiences on the piano.
Includes also performances of Nachtmusik (2008) and Cadenze I-IX: a quarter of a century (1983-2008) of music by Fedele, accompanied by a double interview with the composer by Cesare Fertonani and Virginio Sala.

For more info about the album, please visit our Press Area.

To buy on IBS.it, please click here (available from April 4th)

To buy on LaFeltrinelli, please click here (available from April 4th)

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