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Satie: Gymnopédies and Other Works

Alessandro Deljavan

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1
Prélude de la porte héroïque du ciel
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
4:54
3 Sarabandes  
2
No. 1
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
7:00
3
No. 2
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
5:50
4
No. 3
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
6:30
3 Gymnopédies  
5
No. 1. Lent et douloureux
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
3:56
6
No. 2. Lent et triste
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
2:34
7
No. 3. Lent et grave
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
2:44
3 Gnossiennes  
8
No. 1
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
5:30
9
No. 2
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
2:58
10
No. 3
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
3:27
3 Sonneries de la Rose+Croix  
11
No. 1. Air de l'ordre
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
7:33
12
No. 2. Air du grand maître
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
6:37
13
No. 3. Air du grand prieur
Erik Satie; Alessandro Deljavan
3:47
Total Playing Time    63:20
The Gymnopédie is one of Erik Satie's most popular works, presented here by charismatic Italian pianist Alessandro Deljavan in a rarified, spiritual reading, deeply calm and mature. The recording boasts a warm sound that perfectly complements Deljavan's artistic purposes. Satie was an original spirit, a genial and influential inventor of new music largely admired by his contemporary, Claude Debussy.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – OnClassical Studio Masters

Recorded at Teatro Montegrappa, Rosà, Vicenza, 2011
Sound engineer: Alessandro Simonetto
Photo/paint on cover: Graphic by OnClassical using photo by x1brett from flickr.com
Artwork: © OnClassical

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