℗ 2019 Winter and Winter
 

Barraqué: Espaces imaginaires

Jean-Pierre Collot

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Piano Sonata  
1.1
Pt. 1, Très rapide
Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
16:45
1.2
Pt. 2, Lent
Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
22:49
Tristan und Isolde, WWV 90  
1.3
Prelude to Act III (Arr. J. Barraqué for Piano)
Richard Wagner; Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
6:05
1.4
Intermezzo
Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
3:22
2 Morceaux  
1.5
No. 1, Mystérieux et angoissé, avec de brusques éclats
Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
0:40
1.6
No. 2, Allegro
Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
1:20
1.7
Thème et variations
Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
7:01
1.8
Pièce pour piano
Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
2:10
1.9
Retour
Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
8:14
1.10
Mouvement lent "Demeurez en mon amour"
Jean Barraqué; Jean-Pierre Collot
9:48
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    78:14
The Munich-based French pianist Jean-Pierre Collot presents the piano works of Jean Barraqué, one of the most important composers of Serialism. This is a journey of discovery through Jean Barraqué's piano works, deeper and deeper through quasi-archaeological layers that bring us closer to the arcana of creation. The Sonate pour piano (1950/1952), masterpiece and experiment at the same time, here recorded for the first time in the definitive recast version, demands of us that we break all boundaries, as far as our conception of tempo, dynamics or agogic is concerned, that we create and explore new imaginary spaces. The deeper we go back in time, the more mysterious and gloomy the early pieces (1947-1949). All of these works are premiere recordings. The prelude to the third act of Tristan [Richard Wagner] — like a ghostly and fragile motto [of the young Barraqué] — throws on the whole program its pale, nebulous light. The Munich-based French pianist Jean-Pierre Collot presents the piano works of Jean Barraqué, one of the most important composers of Serialism.
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