Posts Tagged ‘CD+DVD’

Progetto Beethoven-Diario di viaggio – “Beethoven – Travel Journal” Project.


Si apre con le Sonate op. 2 l’incisione integrale delle Sonate e delle principali opere pianistiche di Beethoven realizzata per Limen da Letizia Michielon. L’esperienza del viaggio, umana e spirituale insieme, è forse la migliore metafora di questa straordinaria avventura all’interno di un genere che rappresenta la punta di diamante della produzione beethoveniana, taccuino di lavoro in cui vengono anticipate le più interessanti innovazioni linguistiche che il compositore utilizzerà poi nelle Sinfonie e nella musica da camera.

Begins with Op. 2 Sonatas Letizia Michielon’s complete recording of Beethoven’s Sonatas and main piano works for Limen. The travel experience, human and spiritual at the same time, is probably the best metaphor for this extraordinary adventure across a genre, which is the leading edge of Beethoven’s production, a working notebook where the most interesting language innovations (which the composer will later use in the symphonies and in the chamber music) are tested.

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Sonata op. 2 n. 3

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“Across virtuosity” on Amazon Japan

Finally all Limenmusic’s Japanese friends will be able to purchase the new album of M° Fabrizio Meloni and M° Takahiro Yoshikawa on Amazon Japan!!!


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Compositions seemingly straightforward, but in fact deeply shifty are the Fantasie for Clarinet and Piano, a musical genre that met a remarkable success in Nineteenth Century Italy.
In this CD+DVD box set, umpteenth volume belonging to BLACK LINE series, are two exceptional musicians, appreciated worldwide, to take us in this fascinating journey into the instrumental virtuosity: Fabrizio Meloni, First Solo clarinet of the Orchestra and the philarmonica of La Scala Theatre in Milan, since 1984, accompanied by the talented pianist Takahiro Yoshikawa.
Artists propose a selection of Fantasie that move from operatic melodies, showing, not only an accurately and brilliant technique, but also an exciting and involving interpretation, able to provides the audience with the pleasure of finding the the magic and the emotions of wonderful operas.

In this album:

Giuseppe Verdi – Rigoletto
Concert fantasy by Luigi Bassi – for Clarinet and Piano

Giuseppe Verdi – La Traviata
Concert fantasy by Donato Lovreglio – for Clarinet and Piano

Gioachino Rossini – Semiramide
Concert fantasy by Ferdinando Sebastiani – for Clarinet and Piano
(critical review by Giuseppe Settembrino)

Vincenzo Bellini – Norma
Concert fantasy by Ferdinando Sebastiani – for Clarinet and Piano
(critical review by Giuseppe Settembrino)

Pietro Mascagni – Cavalleria Rusticana
Concert fantasy by Carlo Della Giacoma – for Clarinet and Piano

Franz Liszt – Paraphrase de concert sur Rigoletto, S. 434
for Piano

For more info, please click here.

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Next releases….

Limen music & arts is pleased to announce the release of a new album, scheduled for January 2012, of the Italian ensemble Quartetto Prometeo….

In this album:

Ludwig van Beethoven – String Quartet “Serioso” Op. 95
1 – Allegro con brio
2 – Allegretto ma non troppo
3 – Allegro assai vivace ma serioso
4 – Larghetto espressivo – Allegretto agitato

Franz Schubert – String Quartet in in D minor D 810 “Der Tod und das Mädchen”
6 – Allegro
7 – Andante con moto
8 – Scherzo Allegro molto
9 – Presto

…and special contents…………

Stay tuned!!!!!!!

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New releases by Limen music & arts

This time we change musical genre, moving from classical to jazz, to announce the release of a new discographical work by Limen music & arts.

Infact, from March 21st, 2011 will be available in major music stores the new album (CD+DVD): “The ‘B’ Side of the fish”, by Alberto Marsico & Organ Logistics.
The DVD features all the live video recordings of the session, plus interviews and extra bonus tracks.

Organ Logistics started their musical activity in 2004. The line-up is Alberto Marsico (organ), Diego Borotti (sax), Lorenzo Frizzera (guitar) and Gio Rossi (drums).
Their repertoire follows the “jazz organ quartet” mainstream, with all its bluesy and funkish sound, but sometimes these four musicians take different musical directions, adding some contemporary jazz moods and atmospheres to their music.
Organ Logistics are based in Italy, but they often played in other countries, like Austria, Germany, France, Czech Republic and Russia. They also made ensemble music workshops in a lot of schools and Conservatories around Europe.

“This DVD, featuring the total video coverage of our recording session at Limen Studio, is a turning point of my musical career, and I’m happy I worked on this together with Michele Forzani.”
Alberto Marsico.

About the record

For more info about Alberto Marsico & Organ Logistics, visite the web-site: www.albertomarsico.it/organ_logistics

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New recordings for Limenmusic: Aki Kuroda

Last week the renowned Japanese pianist Aki Kuroda, has recorded in Limenmusic’s studio a concert for a new CD+DVD box set, which will be part of an unpublished project dedicated to musical education.

This discographical work his entirely dedicated to the German pianist and composer Johann Friedrich Franz Burgmüller (4 December 1806 – 13 February 1874).
He is probably best known today for his etudes and other works for piano students
, infact selections from Op. 68, 76, 100, 105 and 109 etudes appear in a wide variety of educational collections.

In this CD+DVD box set, avalaible from March 2011, you will find:

25 Etudes faciles et progressives, conposées et doigtées expressément pour l’étendue des petites mains Op.100

12 Etudes brillantes et mélodiques Op.105

18 Etudes de genre (faisant Suite aux Etudes faciles op. 100) Op.109

Waiting for the DVD, you can listen to Aki Kuroda on Limenmusic Web Tv:

Aki Kuroda in concert
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Aki Kuroda plays Bach, Brahms, Scriabin
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Aki Kuroda plays Mochizuki – Sugiyama
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Aki Kuroda plays A.N. Skrjabin
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Sonia Formenti and Aki Kuroda play Franco Donatoni
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Waiting for Johannes Brahms

Just a week to the presentation of the latest discographical production of Danilo Rossi, First Viola Soloist of the La Scala Theatre in Milan.

Thursday, November 18th, 2010 at 18:00 (GMT+2) at La Scala Shop, Largo Ghiringhelli (Piazza della Scala):

Johannes Brahms, Sonata Op.120 N°1 and 2
CD+DVD Box set, Limen Classic & contemporary
Piano: Stefano Bezziccheri

Speakers Danilo Rossi and Stefano Bezziccheri.
Hosted by Oreste Bossini.

For the promotional video of the event, please click here.

More information for the general public and for Danilo Rossi and Stefano Bezziccheri’s audiences are avaible in the Press area.

The same day at the Ridotto dei Palchi “A. Toscanini” of La Scala Theatre in Milan at 17:00 (GMT+2), you will be able to enjoy a concert by Danilo Rossi, accompanied by Stefano Bezziccheri at the piano.

Program:

Sonata in F Minor Op. 120 n°1
Sonata in E Flat Major Op. 120 n°2

More info @ Teatro alla Scala

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