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Eva-Maria May & Klaus Kamper – Poemes for Violoncello & Piano (2021) [Official Digital Download 24bit/44,1kHz]

Eva-Maria May & Klaus Kamper – Poemes for Violoncello & Piano (2021)
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Po`emes are wayfarers crossing borders between language and music. What had mostly been called Lied/Song before, has often been seen as poems in the past 200 years: Richard Wagner gave his Wesendonck-Liedern the title “Five Poems for Female Voice and Piano” and Francis Poulenc composed around 30 Po`emes to be sung and accompanied musically.

Just as with Lied, which also exists without words (Mendelssohn-Bartholdy), a “Po`eme” does not necessarily have to be based on a text. Alexander Scriabin, for example, composed 20 Po`emes for piano solo at the beginning of the last century. Francis Poulenc, the Janus-headed French composer, is difficult to grasp – it is impossible to peg a label on him. Yet, he has always remained stylistically faithful in his adherence to tonality, the emphasis on melodic elements, the refined simplicity of texture and his effort for clarity and comprehensibilty true to his motto: “There is also room for new music , that does not mind applying the chords of other people”.

Tracklist:
1. Le travail du peintre, FP 161 (Arr. for Cello & Piano): No. 1, Pablo Picasso (02:19)
2. Le travail du peintre, FP 161 (Arr. for Cello & Piano): No. 2, Marc Chagall (01:14)
3. Le travail du peintre, FP 161 (Arr. for Cello & Piano): No. 3, Georges Braque (01:38)
4. Le travail du peintre, FP 161 (Arr. for Cello & Piano): No. 4, Juan Gris (02:00)
5. Le travail du peintre, FP 161 (Arr. for Cello & Piano): No. 5, Paul Klee (00:54)
6. Le travail du peintre, FP 161 (Arr. for Cello & Piano): No. 6, Joan Mir’o (01:55)
7. Le travail du peintre, FP 161 (Arr. for Cello & Piano): No. 7, Jacques Villon (02:21)
8. Cello Sonata, FP 143: II. Cavatine (06:56)
9. S’er’enade pour petit orchestre (Arr. M. Gendron for Piano & Cello) (02:44)
10. Les demoiselles de la nuit: Nocturne (Arr. M. Gendron for Piano & Cello) (02:39)
11. 7 Fr”uhe Lieder: No. 3, Die Nachtigall (Arr. for Cello & Piano) (02:29)
12. Chansons gaillardes, FP 42: No. 8, S’er’enade (Arr. M. Gendron for Piano & Cello) (02:09)
13. 14 Romances, Op. 34: No. 14, Vocalise (Arr. for Cello & Piano) (06:23)
14. 5 Gedichte f”ur eine Frauenstimme, WWV 91 (Arr. K. K”amper for Cello & Piano): No. 1, Der Engel (03:13)
15. 5 Gedichte f”ur eine Frauenstimme, WWV 91 (Arr. K. K”amper for Cello & Piano): No. 2, Stehe still! (04:10)
16. 5 Gedichte f”ur eine Frauenstimme, WWV 91 (Arr. K. K”amper for Cello & Piano): No. 3, Im Treibhaus (04:09)
17. 5 Gedichte f”ur eine Frauenstimme, WWV 91 (Arr. K. K”amper for Cello & Piano): No. 4, Schmerzen (02:22)
18. 5 Gedichte f”ur eine Frauenstimme, WWV 91 (Arr. K. K”amper for Cello & Piano): No. 5, Tr”aume (03:58)
19. Cello Sonata No. 2 in F Major, Op. 99: IV. Allegro molto (05:06)

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