℗ 2015 Grand Piano
Released March 3, 2015
Duration 1h 18m 51s
Record Label Grand Piano
Catalogue No. GP677
Genre Classical (Instrumental)
 

Glass: Glassworlds, Vol. 1

Nicolas Horvath

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Glassworks  
1.1
I. Opening
Philip Glass; Nicolas Horvath
6:17
Orphee Suite (arr. P. Barnes for piano)  
1.2
I. The Cafe
Philip Glass; Paul Barnes; Nicolas Horvath
4:39
1.3
II. Orphee's Bedroom
Philip Glass; Paul Barnes; Nicolas Horvath
1:34
1.4
III. Journey to the Underworld
Philip Glass; Paul Barnes; Nicolas Horvath
3:21
1.5
IV. Orphee and the Princess
Philip Glass; Paul Barnes; Nicolas Horvath
4:08
1.6
V. Return to Orphee's House
Philip Glass; Paul Barnes; Nicolas Horvath
2:40
1.7
VI. Orphee's Return
Philip Glass; Paul Barnes; Nicolas Horvath
6:57
1.8
VII. Orphee's Bedroom-Reprise
Philip Glass; Paul Barnes; Nicolas Horvath
4:03
1.9
Dreaming Awake
Philip Glass; Nicolas Horvath
14:48
1.10
How Now
Philip Glass; Nicolas Horvath
30:24
Digital Booklet
"Five Stars ... somehow, the objectivity of the sound of a piano suits the music of Philip Glass perfectly. Certainly that’s how it seems in Nicolas Horvath’s expert performances ..." - International Piano "... important because it demonstrates that Glass’s music works quite nicely alongside other composers of the past and alongside quite traditional approaches to performance generally." - American Record Guide Scriabin Competition first prize winner Nicolas Horvath presents this first volume in a complete series of Philip Glass solo piano works, including several world premieres. Glass has made an immense and stylistically wide-ranging contribution to piano repertoire such as the centrepiece of this album, The Orphée Suite. One of his most distinctive piano pieces, it blends virtuosity with melodic richness. In contrast, the hypnotic How Now is structurally influenced by Indian ragas and gamelan music while Dreaming Awake contains one of the most powerful climaxes in all of Glass’s compositions.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Grand Piano Studio Masters

Recording venue: Temple Saint Marcel, Paris, France, October 28 - 29, 2013 Instrument: Fazioli grand piano 2780649 Publishers: Dunvagen Music Publishers inc. / Chester Music ltd (1 - 8, 10); Manuscript (9) Producer and engineer: Nikolaos Samaltanos Piano technician: Kazuto Osato Booklet notes: Frank K. DeWald and Nicolas Horvath French translations by David Ylla-Somers and Nicolas Horvath German translation by Cris Posslac Artist photographs: Perla Maarek Composer portrait: HNH international Ltd. Cover art: Tony Price: La Défense 2
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.22
-10.30 to -0.14
-24.99
-34.73 to -17.21
13
11 to 15
1
I. Opening
-5.23-28.5413
2
I. The Cafe
-0.22-19.8212
3
II. Orphee's Bedroom
-10.30-34.7314
4
III. Journey to the Underworld
-6.56-25.6312
5
IV. Orphee and the Princess
-2.02-25.8813
6
V. Return to Orphee's House
-3.48-23.1111
7
VI. Orphee's Return
-1.90-23.9714
8
VII. Orphee's Bedroom-Reprise
-1.59-30.1315
9
Dreaming Awake
-0.76-20.8412
10
How Now
-0.14-17.2111

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