Feldman: Palais de Mari & Crumb: A Little Suite for Christmas

Hyperion: CDA68108

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Feldman: Palais de Mari & Crumb: A Little Suite for Christmas

Label:

Hyperion

Catalogue No:

CDA68108

Discs:

1

Release date:

27th May 2016

Barcode:

0034571281087

Medium:

CD
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Feldman: Palais de Mari & Crumb: A Little Suite for Christmas


Crumb, G:

Processional

Little Suite for Christmas, AD1979

Feldman, M:

Intermission V

Piano Piece (1952)

Palais de Mari

Extensions 3


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The extraordinary soundscapes conjured by Morton Feldman and George Crumb are like nothing else in the whole of twentieth-century music. Steven Osborne is the most sympathetic of guides to these rarefied worlds.

Feldman: Intermission 5

Crumb: Processional

Feldman: Piano Piece 1952

Feldman: Extensions 3

Crumb: A Little Suite For Christmas, 'AD 1979' - 1. The Visitation

Crumb: A Little Suite For Christmas, 'AD 1979' - 2. Berceuse For The Infant Jesu

Crumb: A Little Suite For Christmas, 'AD 1979' - 3. The Shepherds' Noël

Crumb: A Little Suite For Christmas, 'AD 1979' - 4. Adoration Of The Magi

Crumb: A Little Suite For Christmas, 'AD 1979' - 5. Nativity Dance

Crumb: A Little Suite For Christmas, 'AD 1979' - 6. Canticle Of The Holy Night

Crumb: A Little Suite For Christmas, 'AD 1979' - 7. Carol Of The Bells

Feldman: Palais De Mari

The Guardian

19th May 2016

****

“What’s so marvellous about the way Steven Osborne plays Feldman is how entirely alert he is to those kaleidoscopic gradations...This is a pianist whose recent solo discs have featured music by Schubert and Mussorgsky, and he brings something of their singing and robust tones even to the most hushed and abstract of Feldman’s lines.”

Sunday Times

12th June 2016

“Three brief works by Morton Feldman, from 1952, open this hypnotic recital of music by two of the 20th century’s American greats. The first explores resonance and colour, the second concentrates minds on pitch and the third is about repetition.”

Financial Times

27th May 2016

“A selection of works for piano offers music of utmost simplicity”

MusicWeb International

6th December 2016

“One of this year’s finest CDs.”

International Piano

February 2017

*****

“Steven Osborne’s acutely sensitive pianism, aided by Hyperion’s recording expertise, superbly captures those elusive sounds as they shimmer on the edge of perception”

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