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Piccoloworks

Natalie Schwaabe, Jan Philip Schulze

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Piccolo Sonata  
1
I. Allegro vivace
Gyongyosi Levente; Natalie Schwaabe; Jan Philip Schulze
4:37
2
II. Largo
Gyongyosi Levente; Natalie Schwaabe; Jan Philip Schulze
4:08
3
III. Presto
Gyongyosi Levente; Natalie Schwaabe; Jan Philip Schulze
2:32
4
Two and a Half Piece
Gert Wilden Wilden; Natalie Schwaabe; Jan Philip Schulze
8:34
Nidi  
5
I. —
Franco Donatoni; Natalie Schwaabe
4:54
6
II. —
Franco Donatoni; Natalie Schwaabe
4:34
Piccolo Sonata  
7
I. Lively
Mike Mower; Natalie Schwaabe; Jan Philip Schulze
4:08
8
II. Gently
Mike Mower; Natalie Schwaabe; Jan Philip Schulze
3:38
9
III. Fiery
Mike Mower; Natalie Schwaabe; Jan Philip Schulze
3:13
10
The Pied Piper of Hamelin
Franz Kanefzky; Natalie Schwaabe
12:07
11
Huit ilium
Jan Erik Mikalsen; Natalie Schwaabe; Jan Philip Schulze
7:21
12
Lachrymose
Derek Charke; Natalie Schwaabe
7:16
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    67:02
These modern works for piccolo were selected and are wonderfully performed by Natalie Schwaabe to showcase the instrument's full range, wider and more varied in tone than many realize. She is joined on most of the pieces by award-winning German pianist Jan Philip Schulze.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Metier Studio Masters

Recorded at Studio 2, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich between March 31, 2014 and July 23, 2015
Spoken part for track 10 recorded at Studio 4 on August 4, 2015
Executive producer: Helmut Rohm (BR)
Produced and edited by Jörg Moser (BR)
Balance engineer (solo piccolo, March 2014, spoken part August 4, 2015): Josuel Theegarten (BR)
Balance engineer (piccolo and piano): Marcus Huber (BR)
CD mastering: Stephen Sutton (DA)
Piano technician: Christian Rabus
℗ 2017 Bayerischer Rundfunk © 2017 Divine Art Recordings Group
Photos of Natalie Schwaabe and Jan Philip Schulze © Thomas Schloemann
Booklet and packaging design: Stephen Sutton

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