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On this piano recital, pianist David Kadouch explores the Les musiques de Madame Bovary. "The relationship between music and literature has always stimulated me. The memories and images that one can have of a narrative can inhabit and magnify the notes of a composer. I wanted to imagine the music that Emma Bovary might have listened to during her short life, evoking the often-forgotten women composers of Flaubert's time. With this question hanging in the air: could Emma Bovary's fate, her suicide, have been avoided, if these female creators had had the notoriety they deserved?"
On this piano recital, pianist David Kadouch explores the Les musiques de Madame Bovary. "The relationship between music and literature has always stimulated me. The memories and images that one can have of a narrative can inhabit and magnify the notes of a composer. I wanted to imagine the music that Emma Bovary might have listened to during her short life, evoking the often-forgotten women composers of Flaubert's time. With this question hanging in the air: could Emma Bovary's fate, her suicide, have been avoided, if these female creators had had the notoriety they deserved?"
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Format: CD
Label: MIRARE
Rel. Date: 04/15/2022
UPC: 3760127225331

Les Musiques De Madame Bovary
Artist: David Kadouch
Format: CD
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1. Hensel-Mendelssohn: Das Jahr Mai - Frühlingslied
2. Viardot: 2 Pieces for Piano Sérénade
3. Chopin: Nocturnes Op.9 No 1, Larghetto
4. Chopin: Nocturnes Op.9 No 2, Andante
5. Chopin: Nocturnes Op.9 No 3, Allegretto
6. Hensel-Mendelssohn: Das Jahr - Semptember. Am Flusse
7. Dohnanyi: Waltz for Piano from Delibes' "Coppelia"
8. Farrenc: Air Russe Varié Op.17
9. Hensel-Mendelssohn: Das Jahr Juni - Serenade
10. Liszt: Réminiscences de Lucia Di Lammermoor S.397
11. Schumann: Variationen Über Ein Thema Von Robert Schumann Op.20
12. Hensel-Mendelssohn: Das Jahr MÄRZ
13. Hensel-Mendelssohn: Noturno
14. Hensel-Mendelssohn: 3 Mélodies Op.4 No.2, Allegretto

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On this piano recital, pianist David Kadouch explores the Les musiques de Madame Bovary. "The relationship between music and literature has always stimulated me. The memories and images that one can have of a narrative can inhabit and magnify the notes of a composer. I wanted to imagine the music that Emma Bovary might have listened to during her short life, evoking the often-forgotten women composers of Flaubert's time. With this question hanging in the air: could Emma Bovary's fate, her suicide, have been avoided, if these female creators had had the notoriety they deserved?"
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