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Carreño: Rêverie & Selected Music for Piano

Alexandra Oehler

Available in 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

"... Oehler plays with sensitive phrasing and skillful voicing. Her refined musical sensibility is just right for this repertory. The recording, like the music, is warm and inviting."
- American Record Guide

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1
Souvenirs de mon pays, Op. 10
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
7:14
2
Caprice-Etude No. 1, Op. 4
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
7:05
3
Priere, Op. 12
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
3:03
4
Reverie-Impromptu, Op. 3
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
6:53
5
Marche funebre, Op. 11
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
6:44
6
Caprice-Etude No. 2, Op. 6
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
8:35
Elegie No. 2  
7
Partie, Op. 18
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
6:04
Elegie No. 6  
8
Plaintes au borde d'une tombe, Op. 22
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
9:46
9
Une larme, Op. 5
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
3:19
10
Gottschalk Waltz, Op. 1
Teresa Carreno; Alexandra Oehler
7:42
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:25
" ... Oehler does a very good impression of Carreño the prodigious pianist, caressing her way with delicacy of feeling and when called for ... flinging her fingers with military precision up and down the keyboard. Audio quality is very good ..."
- MusicWeb International

Internationally renowned pianist Alexandra Oehler turns her attention to the works of Venezuelan pianist Teresa Carreño, one of the most virtuosic artists of her age. The selection of piano compositions here, the earliest of which was written when Carreño was only nine, reveals exacting technical demands allied to an impressively expressive arsenal. Most of the pieces on this album are world premiere recordings.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Grand Piano Studio Masters

Recording dates: 13-15 April 2013
Recording venue: Mendelssohn-saal, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Germany
Producer, editor and Mastering: Dietmar Wolf
Engineer: Manuel Fischer
Publisher: Manuscript / Pfefferkorn Musikverlag, Leipzig
Piano Technician: stephan Wittig (Gewandhaus Leipzig)
Piano: steinway Model D 274 – solo instrument (443 Hz)
Booklet Notes: ann-Katrin Zimmermann
English version by susanne Jung
French version by Christoph Nöthlings
Artist photograph by andreas Dommenz
Composer photos kindly provided by Teresa Carreño & eugen d ́albert Gesellschaft zu Coswig e.v.
Cover art: Tony Price: Pont Valentré

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