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This is a live recording of the concert given by Josu de Solaun in the auditorium of the Fundación Juan March in Madrid on 30 March 2019. Part of the Foundation's "Música en la noche" (Music at night) series, the recital offered a different interpretation of one of the most popular solo piano genres: the nocturne. Rather than focusing on the canonical works of Chopin, this programme explores the less familiar margins of the repertoire, transporting the listener to a night without frontiers. Eight composers of five different nationalities (American, Italian, French, Romanian and Bulgarian) together create an alternative and light-filled vision of the nocturne. In the words of the pianist himself, "this album of crepuscular thoughts and melting music is an invitation to the dream world: a journey to the far reaches of the night".
This is a live recording of the concert given by Josu de Solaun in the auditorium of the Fundación Juan March in Madrid on 30 March 2019. Part of the Foundation's "Música en la noche" (Music at night) series, the recital offered a different interpretation of one of the most popular solo piano genres: the nocturne. Rather than focusing on the canonical works of Chopin, this programme explores the less familiar margins of the repertoire, transporting the listener to a night without frontiers. Eight composers of five different nationalities (American, Italian, French, Romanian and Bulgarian) together create an alternative and light-filled vision of the nocturne. In the words of the pianist himself, "this album of crepuscular thoughts and melting music is an invitation to the dream world: a journey to the far reaches of the night".
8435725600532

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Format: CD
Label: MARCHVIVO
Rel. Date: 05/26/2023
UPC: 8435725600532

Nocturnes On The Margins
Artist: Solaun
Format: CD
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This is a live recording of the concert given by Josu de Solaun in the auditorium of the Fundación Juan March in Madrid on 30 March 2019. Part of the Foundation's "Música en la noche" (Music at night) series, the recital offered a different interpretation of one of the most popular solo piano genres: the nocturne. Rather than focusing on the canonical works of Chopin, this programme explores the less familiar margins of the repertoire, transporting the listener to a night without frontiers. Eight composers of five different nationalities (American, Italian, French, Romanian and Bulgarian) together create an alternative and light-filled vision of the nocturne. In the words of the pianist himself, "this album of crepuscular thoughts and melting music is an invitation to the dream world: a journey to the far reaches of the night".

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