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Sandrine Piau and the pianist David Kadouch have formed a new duo whose first concerts have been enthusiastically received. As is her won't, the French soprano enjoys intermingling languages and the worlds of different composers and poets around a theme; here Schubert, Liszt, Wolf and Clara Schumann rub shoulders with Lili Boulanger, Duparc and Debussy. Sandrine Piau explains: 'The promise of new horizons, the joy of new encounters: the journey in all it's forms was the common thread of this recital for David and me. From the quest for a longed-for yet inaccessible elsewhere to the ultimate transition to death, it maps out our aspirations, our obstacles and the "joyous getaways" offered to us by the whirlwind of life. She quotes a beautiful poem often attributed to Pablo Neruda: 'He dies slowly who does not travel, who does not read, who does not listen to music, who does not know how to find grace in his own eyes.'
Sandrine Piau and the pianist David Kadouch have formed a new duo whose first concerts have been enthusiastically received. As is her won't, the French soprano enjoys intermingling languages and the worlds of different composers and poets around a theme; here Schubert, Liszt, Wolf and Clara Schumann rub shoulders with Lili Boulanger, Duparc and Debussy. Sandrine Piau explains: 'The promise of new horizons, the joy of new encounters: the journey in all it's forms was the common thread of this recital for David and me. From the quest for a longed-for yet inaccessible elsewhere to the ultimate transition to death, it maps out our aspirations, our obstacles and the "joyous getaways" offered to us by the whirlwind of life. She quotes a beautiful poem often attributed to Pablo Neruda: 'He dies slowly who does not travel, who does not read, who does not listen to music, who does not know how to find grace in his own eyes.'
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Format: CD
Label: ALPHA
Rel. Date: 02/10/2023
UPC: 3760014199110

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Sandrine Piau and the pianist David Kadouch have formed a new duo whose first concerts have been enthusiastically received. As is her won't, the French soprano enjoys intermingling languages and the worlds of different composers and poets around a theme; here Schubert, Liszt, Wolf and Clara Schumann rub shoulders with Lili Boulanger, Duparc and Debussy. Sandrine Piau explains: 'The promise of new horizons, the joy of new encounters: the journey in all it's forms was the common thread of this recital for David and me. From the quest for a longed-for yet inaccessible elsewhere to the ultimate transition to death, it maps out our aspirations, our obstacles and the "joyous getaways" offered to us by the whirlwind of life. She quotes a beautiful poem often attributed to Pablo Neruda: 'He dies slowly who does not travel, who does not read, who does not listen to music, who does not know how to find grace in his own eyes.'
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