On his first GENUIN release, the versatile pianist Alexey Lebedev demonstrates how broadly one can grasp the concept of romanticism. The prizewinner of international competitions spans a wide range of well-known and loved works of the 19th century on his album: from Ludwig van Beethoven's Sonatas op. 109 and 110 to the nocturnes and a polonaise by Frédéric Chopin and Franz Liszt's Dante Sonata. The eloquence of Beethoven's late works, Chopin's romantic character pieces, and Liszt's literary and musical reflections, together with Lebedev's clear interpretation, allow the boundaries between classical and romantic, and between absolute and program music to merge!
On his first GENUIN release, the versatile pianist Alexey Lebedev demonstrates how broadly one can grasp the concept of romanticism. The prizewinner of international competitions spans a wide range of well-known and loved works of the 19th century on his album: from Ludwig van Beethoven's Sonatas op. 109 and 110 to the nocturnes and a polonaise by Frédéric Chopin and Franz Liszt's Dante Sonata. The eloquence of Beethoven's late works, Chopin's romantic character pieces, and Liszt's literary and musical reflections, together with Lebedev's clear interpretation, allow the boundaries between classical and romantic, and between absolute and program music to merge!
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Format: CD
Label: GENUIN
Rel. Date: 09/04/2020
UPC: 4260036257137

Arc Romantique
Artist: Beethoven / Lebedev
Format: CD
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On his first GENUIN release, the versatile pianist Alexey Lebedev demonstrates how broadly one can grasp the concept of romanticism. The prizewinner of international competitions spans a wide range of well-known and loved works of the 19th century on his album: from Ludwig van Beethoven's Sonatas op. 109 and 110 to the nocturnes and a polonaise by Frédéric Chopin and Franz Liszt's Dante Sonata. The eloquence of Beethoven's late works, Chopin's romantic character pieces, and Liszt's literary and musical reflections, together with Lebedev's clear interpretation, allow the boundaries between classical and romantic, and between absolute and program music to merge!