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GEN 12226
EAN: 4260036252262
18.90 €

Claude Debussy  
Valse romantique
Claude Debussy  
Claude Debussy  
Claude Debussy  
Suite bergamasque
Claude Debussy  
Pour le piano
Claude Debussy  
Images Série I
Claude Debussy  
Images Série II
Claude Debussy  
Valse – La plus que lente

Hommage à Debussy CD I

Works for Piano: Suite bergamasque, Pour le piano, Images I & II et al.

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To create entire worlds, to present the entire range of human feelings with a few dozen black and white keys: Claude Debussy dedicated a large portion of his life in pursuing this task. From the first note of her GENUIN debut CD the young Brazilian pianist Juliana Steinbach dedicates herself to the same goal with equal intensity. The first part of a planned four part collection (Blüthner, Debussy) sets the bar high. Major works of the literature such as the Suite Bergamasque or the Images are heard with such warmth and pianistic perfection that you completely forget the youthful age of the concert pianist!

Booklet online
You can find more information in the booklet of the special edition which contains the four Blüthner CDs "Hommage ŕ Debussy". Please find the booklet here in low resolution and high resolution. The special edition will be available in June 2012 directly from GENUIN and Bluthner.

"Hommage pianistique ŕ la Goethe Institut de Paris"
Presentation of a concert on Musicologie

Review on Pianobleu

"...d´une finesse magnifique..."
Review on the magazine Pianiste

"Le jeu de la pianiste se déploie avec une grande précision..."
Review on the online magazine Classiquenews.com by Benjamin Ballifh, May 3, 2012

"La toma sonora es excelente."
Review on the Spanish magazine Ritmo by Jordi Caturla González, 27.11.2012

Classics Today
"its mellow tonal qualities certainly evoke the “hammerless” aesthetic Debussy spoke about in reference to how he wanted his piano music to sound."
Review on Classics Today by Jed Distler