Alexander Schimpf

CD album cover 'Alexander Schimpf' (GEN 10181) with Alexander Schimpf

GEN 10181 EAN: 4260036251814

25.6.2010 18.90 €

Edition Primavera

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It is impressive that Alexander Schimpf was named the winner of the 2008 German Music Competition. That he won the 2009 Beethoven Competition is also worthy of note. The performance of Beethoven he gives on this new Genuin CD released as part of the Primavera series is wonderful! In addition to Beethoven, the disc also programs features Debussy, Mozart and Albéniz. The programming extends from the Iberian Peninsula to France, from a fleeting tableau to a hint of eternity, from joie de vivre to deepest sorrow. Let these distinguished prizes take their effect—but most importantly, let this great pianist touch your soul!

Alexander Schimpf Piano

It is impressive that Alexander Schimpf was named the winner of the 2008 German Music Competition. That he won the 2009 Beethoven Competition is also worthy of note. The performance of Beethoven he gives on this new Genuin CD released as part of the Primavera series is wonderful! In addition to Beethoven, the disc also programs features Debussy, Mozart and Albéniz. The programming extends from the Iberian Peninsula to France, from a fleeting tableau to a hint of eternity, from joie de vivre to deepest sorrow. Let these distinguished prizes take their effect—but most importantly, let this great pianist touch your soul!

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It is impressive that Alexander Schimpf was named the winner of the 2008 German Music Competition. That he won the 2009 Beethoven Competition is also worthy of note. The performance of Beethoven he gives on this new Genuin CD released as part of the Primavera series is wonderful! In addition to Beethoven, the disc also programs features Debussy, Mozart and Albéniz. The programming extends from the Iberian Peninsula to France, from a fleeting tableau to a hint of eternity, from joie de vivre to deepest sorrow. Let these distinguished prizes take their effect—but most importantly, let this great pianist touch your soul!