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Ives - Berg - Webern: Concord

Alexei Lubimov

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"Four Stars ... a provocative mix, thrillingly played ... (Lubimov's) playing celebrates the complexity and technical challenges as much as it does the moments of poetry that unfold when the welter dies away."
- The Guardian

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Piano Sonata No. 2 "Concord"  
I. Emerson
Charles Ives; Alexei Lubimov
II. Hawthorne
Charles Ives; Alexei Lubimov
III. The Alcotts
Charles Ives; Alexei Lubimov
IV. Thoreau
Charles Ives; Alexei Lubimov
Variations for Piano, Op. 27  
I. Sehr mäßig
Anton Webern; Alexei Lubimov
II. Sehr schnell
Anton Webern; Alexei Lubimov
III. Ruhig fließend
Anton Webern; Alexei Lubimov
Piano Sonata Op.1  
Mäßig bewegt
Alban Berg; Alexei Lubimov
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    63:10
Russian pianist Alexei Lubimov juxtaposes music of the Second Viennese School with that of American composer Charles Ives on this solo recital. An active promoter of modern music, he has played and recorded many contemporary works; at the same time he is a champion of period instruments and Baroque music, as well as everything in between. For this programme Lubimov chose to perform on a modern instrument.
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All recordings works were recorded live in concert from (Kreuth 1997, for Ives, Moscow 1999, for Webern and Berg).
Sound Engineer, Editing: Slava Poprugin
Director of productions & artistic director of Zig-Zag Territoires: Franck Jaffrès
Production & editorial coordinator: Virgile Hermelin
Artwork by Element-S:
Photo Couverture: Marikel Lahana
Graphisme: Alexie Witz

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