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Duo

Sol Gabetta, Hélène Grimaud

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Fantasiestücke, Op.73  
1
I. Zart und mit Ausdruck
Robert Schumann; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
3:13
2
II. Lebhaft, leicht
Robert Schumann; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
3:13
3
III. Rasch und mit Feuer
Robert Schumann; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
3:53
Sonata For Cello And Piano No.1 In E Minor, Op.38  
4
I. Allegro non troppo
Johannes Brahms; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
14:27
5
II. Allegretto quasi minuetto
Johannes Brahms; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
5:26
6
III. Allegro - Più presto
Johannes Brahms; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
6:22
Sonata in D Minor for Cello & Piano, L.135  
7
I. Prologue (lent)
Claude Debussy; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
4:36
8
II. Sérénade (Modérément animé)
Claude Debussy; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
3:13
9
III. Finale (Animé)
Claude Debussy; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
3:40
Sonata For Cello And Piano, Op.40  
10
I. Allegro non troppo
Dmitri Shostakovich; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
11:56
11
II. Allegro
Dmitri Shostakovich; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
2:50
12
III. Largo
Dmitri Shostakovich; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
8:21
13
IV. Allegro
Dmitri Shostakovich; Sol Gabetta; Hélène Grimaud
3:58
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    75:08
"Two outstanding artists ... a really interesting recital ... very nicely played ... features a good selection of music."
- Classic FM

"Four Stars ... their quixotic musical personalities do match; there's a lightness of touch and an element of spontaneity in Gabetta's playing that corresponds to the impulsive aspects of Grimaud's pianism and their performances ... revel in that quicksilver agility ... giving the music a buoyancy that seems very fresh."
- The Guardian

"... Grimaud produces a context of almost orchestral depth and spaciousness into which Gabetta projects her eloquently refined lines ... Debussy's riveting Sonata benefits from Grimaud's subtle palette of timbres and the cellist's willingness to let her sound ring free ... (for the Shostakovich) Gabetta finds her vicious streak, with thrilling results in the finale."
- BBC Music Magazine

"... Gabetta has always had a singular ability to make the cello sing in an oddly delicate and feminine way ... combined with Hélène Grimaud's image as the beautiful punk rocker of classical music, this disc has the potential to be something really unique. There is a lightness to all the performances that creates an engagingly lyrical sound that is pleasurable to listen to ... (on the Brahms) the delicacy of the playing is put to greatest use: the elegance of the Bachian fugues in the outer movements of the Brahms brings out the clarity of the lines and, as a result, the composer's own skill as a technician."
- Gramophone

Pianist Hélène Grimaud and cellist Sol Gabetta deliver pure passion, inspiration and musical harmony on Duo, their 2012 collaborative recording that recreates the wildly-acclaimed live recital programme of works by Brahms, Debussy, Schumann and Shostakovich they performed at the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad in the summer of 2011.
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