CD album cover 'Masques' (GEN 14295) with Chipak-Kushnir Piano Duo

GEN 14295 EAN: 4260036252958

7.2.2014 Special offer
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Love, lust and passion – betrayal and deception, masks and distorting mirrors: who says one has to go to the theatre for these? Long evenings during which one hardly knows what one will see anyway … It's a great deal more compact and passionate on the new GENUIN CD by the piano duo Chipak-Kushnir: after their highly praised debut with works of Brahms, they now scale_button the heights that mean the world with their instruments: Stravinsky's Petrushka, of Rigoletto, Faust and more and more – including several world premiere recordings! And all this without creaking theatre seats and coughing neighbours … Highly virtuoso and demonically sensuous, hellish and heavenly!



Chipak-Kushnir Piano Duo

Love, lust and passion – betrayal and deception, masks and distorting mirrors: who says one has to go to the theatre for these? Long evenings during which one hardly knows what one will see anyway … It's a great deal more compact and passionate on the new GENUIN CD by the piano duo Chipak-Kushnir: after their highly praised debut with works of Brahms, they now scale_button the heights that mean the world with their instruments: Stravinsky's Petrushka, of Rigoletto, Faust and more and more – including several world premiere recordings! And all this without creaking theatre seats and coughing neighbours … Highly virtuoso and demonically sensuous, hellish and heavenly!



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  1. Igor Stravinsky (1882–1971)
    Three Movements from “Pétrouchka” (ar r. by V ic tor Babin)
    Russian Dance
  2. Igor Stravinsky (1882–1971)
    Three Movements from “Pétrouchka” (arr. by Victor Babin)
    Russian Dance
  3. The Shrovetide Fair
  4. Maurice Ravel (1875–1937)
    Alborada del gracioso from “Miroirs” (arr. by Aron Boubelnikov)
  5. Maurice Ravel (1875–1937)
    La valse (poème choréographique) (arr. by Maurice Ravel)
  6. Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873–1943)
    Romance “It’s lovely here” (arr. by Igor Tsygankov)
  7. Franz Liszt (1811–1886)
    Concert Paraphrase on themes from “Rigoletto” by Giuseppe Verdi (arr. by Adolf Gottlieb)
  8. Abram Chasins (1903–1987)
    Carmen Fantasy on themes by Georges Bizet
  9. Abram Chasins (1903–1987)
    Fledermaus Fantasy on themes by Johann Strauß
  10. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844–1908)
    The Flight of the Bumblebee (arr. by Mario Braggiotti)
  11. Witold Lutostawski (1913–1994)
    Paganini Variations

Love, lust and passion – betrayal and deception, masks and distorting mirrors: who says one has to go to the theatre for these? Long evenings during which one hardly knows what one will see anyway … It's a great deal more compact and passionate on the new GENUIN CD by the piano duo Chipak-Kushnir: after their highly praised debut with works of Brahms, they now scale_button the heights that mean the world with their instruments: Stravinsky's Petrushka, of Rigoletto, Faust and more and more – including several world premiere recordings! And all this without creaking theatre seats and coughing neighbours … Highly virtuoso and demonically sensuous, hellish and heavenly!