Claude debussy - alain planès préludes 1er livre


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So good that one could only wish it was better, the final volume in Alain Planès ' series of recordings of the complete piano works of Claude Debussy includes his well-known Estampes and Pour le piano, his much less-known Six Èpigraphes antiques, his nearly unknown Valse romantique and Ballade slave, and his unpublished until 1977 Images inédites. As in previous volumes, Planès textural clarity is amazing -- every inner voice is delineated -- his coloristic sensibility is astonishing -- every subtle shade is audible -- and his intellectual acuity is astounding -- every nuanced inference is drawn. And, as in previous volumes, while Planès ' technique is immaculate -- nothing in Debussy 's super-virtuoso piano writing is beyond him -- his feeling for rhythm is ever so slightly off. There are unusual hesitations, unexpected lurches, incomprehensible ritards, and other temporal quirks scattered throughout these performances, and for some listeners at least, these oddities may put Planès ' otherwise splendid recordings out of consideration. Harmonia Mundi's digital sound is as translucent as good crystal.


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