Wassily & Nicolai Gerassimez

CD album cover 'Wassily & Nicolai Gerassimez' (GEN 14304) with Nicolai Gerassimez, Wassily Gerassimez

GEN 14304 EAN: 4260036253047

10.1.2014 Special offer
18.90 16.90

Edition Primavera

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The title Free Fall that the Gerassimez brothers have given their duo CD debut on GENUIN could also be poetically modified to: "Only flying is more beautiful!" Once again, this is one of those meritorious productions created in cooperation with the German Music Council following the German Music Competition young, highly talented musicians just being launched on a great career. In this case, a cello-piano duo offering something new alongside Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Shostakovich, including two compositions by the cellist himself: brilliantly performed, technically perfect and with great ease. Quite a takeoff!

Nicolai Gerassimez piano
Wassily Gerassimez cello

The title Free Fall that the Gerassimez brothers have given their duo CD debut on GENUIN could also be poetically modified to: "Only flying is more beautiful!" Once again, this is one of those meritorious productions created in cooperation with the German Music Council following the German Music Competition young, highly talented musicians just being launched on a great career. In this case, a cello-piano duo offering something new alongside Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Shostakovich, including two compositions by the cellist himself: brilliantly performed, technically perfect and with great ease. Quite a takeoff!

The title Free Fall that the Gerassimez brothers have given their duo CD debut on GENUIN could also be poetically modified to: "Only flying is more beautiful!" Once again, this is one of those meritorious productions created in cooperation with the German Music Council following the German Music Competition young, highly talented musicians just being launched on a great career. In this case, a cello-piano duo offering something new alongside Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Shostakovich, including two compositions by the cellist himself: brilliantly performed, technically perfect and with great ease. Quite a takeoff!