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Challenge Classics celebrates the Rachmaninov anniversary (150 years from his birth) with two noteworthy releases. The first one is a stunning debut recording by a young piano trio with strong, original and much thought-out ideas. Their account of Rachmaninov gigantic Second Piano Trio takes the listener back to the 'period' playing of the composer's contemporaries. Not only - and not just - gut strings, but: more liberty and agility in tempo, rhythm and phrasing, in the quest for the 'human voice', which was the romantic basic principle of interpretation. This philological venture is anything but a cold 'case study'. Just listen and get seduced by the warmth and passion of the music and it's performance.
Challenge Classics celebrates the Rachmaninov anniversary (150 years from his birth) with two noteworthy releases. The first one is a stunning debut recording by a young piano trio with strong, original and much thought-out ideas. Their account of Rachmaninov gigantic Second Piano Trio takes the listener back to the 'period' playing of the composer's contemporaries. Not only - and not just - gut strings, but: more liberty and agility in tempo, rhythm and phrasing, in the quest for the 'human voice', which was the romantic basic principle of interpretation. This philological venture is anything but a cold 'case study'. Just listen and get seduced by the warmth and passion of the music and it's performance.
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Challenge Classics celebrates the Rachmaninov anniversary (150 years from his birth) with two noteworthy releases. The first one is a stunning debut recording by a young piano trio with strong, original and much thought-out ideas. Their account of Rachmaninov gigantic Second Piano Trio takes the listener back to the 'period' playing of the composer's contemporaries. Not only - and not just - gut strings, but: more liberty and agility in tempo, rhythm and phrasing, in the quest for the 'human voice', which was the romantic basic principle of interpretation. This philological venture is anything but a cold 'case study'. Just listen and get seduced by the warmth and passion of the music and it's performance.
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