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Robert Casadesus and Henri Dutilleux: Selected Piano Works

Cicilia Yudha

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Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 44  
1
I. Prestissimo
Robert Casadesus; Cicilia Yudha
4:29
2
II. Lento e tristamente
Robert Casadesus; Cicilia Yudha
6:34
3
III. Rondo giocoso
Robert Casadesus; Cicilia Yudha
4:16
4
Toccata, Op. 40
Robert Casadesus; Cicilia Yudha
5:07
5
Blackbird
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
1:43
Au gré des ondes  
6
I. Prélude en berceuse
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
3:06
7
II. Claquettes
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
1:09
8
III. Improvisation
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
1:28
9
IV. Mouvement perpétuel
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
1:54
10
V. Hommage à Bach
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
3:42
11
VI. Étude
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
1:19
Sonate pour piano  
12
I. Allegro con moto
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
8:52
13
II. Lied
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
7:10
14
III. Choral et variations
Henri Dutilleux; Cicilia Yudha
11:28
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    62:17
Pianist, chamber musician and educator Cicilia Yudha displays her expertise as a solo pianist on works by Robert Casadesus and Henri Dutilleux. She brings this vibrant and lively repertoire to life and makes it breathe with a creative, almost improvisational quality. Under the demands of her high tempo exploration, she skillfully brings out every nuance of the pieces, affirming their underlying grace and dignity. Yudha’s focus on Dutilleux's solo piano music spotlights an alternative side to the already prominent 20th century composer, best known for his orchestral writing.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

All tracks recorded February 2016 at Clonick Hall, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Oberlin OH
Recording engineer, producer and editor: Paul Eachus
Piano: Steinway Model “D” Hamburg
Sonata No. 3, Op. 44 and Toccata, Op. 40 published by Editions Durand
Blackbird published by Gérard Billaudot Editeur © 1951 by Pierre Noël, SA successeur, Paris France
Au gré des ondes published by Alphonse Leduc, administered by G. Schirmer, Inc.
Sonate pour piano published by Editions Durand
Cover photo and album art by Robert Delaunay

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