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Mihai Ritivoiu

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Prélude, choral et fugue, FWV 21
César Franck; Mihai Ritivoiu
Piano Sonata No. 1 in F-Sharp Minor, Op. 24 No. 1  
I. Allegro molto moderato e grave
George Enescu; Mihai Ritivoiu
II. Presto vivace
George Enescu; Mihai Ritivoiu
III. Andante molto espressivo
George Enescu; Mihai Ritivoiu
Piano Sonata in B Minor, S. 178
Franz Liszt; Mihai Ritivoiu
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    72:54
Romanian pianist Mihai Ritivoiu takes listeners on a sonic journey of three different composers' works with an emphasis on how they transcend the traditional sounds of the piano. With this theme in mind, Ritivoiu showcases his musical versatility through his varied expressions and interpretation of this unique program. "In choosing the repertoire for my first recording, I found myself drawn to three works which, albeit different, all transcend the boundaries of merely pianistic music, whether it is the quasi-organ sounds and bell chimes of Cesar Franck’s Prelude Choral et Fugue or the orchestral sonorities of the Liszt and Enescu sonatas.” - Mihai Ritivoiu
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