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Anne Akiko Meyers - Seasons... Dreams... (2010) [Re-Up]

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Anne Akiko Meyers - Seasons... Dreams... (2010) [Re-Up]

Anne Akiko Meyers - Seasons… Dreams… (2010)
with Emmanuel Ceysson (harp) and Reiko Uchida (piano)
Claude Debussy - Richard Wagner - Ludwig van Beethoven - Gene Pritsker
Vernon Duke - Joseph Kosma - Alfred Schnittke - Gabriel Faure

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 282 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 158 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Evosound Music | # EVSA200 | Time: 01:01:43

One of the world’s premiere concert violinists, Anne Akiko Meyers has been celebrated throughout her nearly three-decade career for her exceptional musicianship, charismatic presence and creative diversity. On this release, Meyers is joined by long-time collaborator Reiko Uchida on piano and the young harpist of the Paris Opera, Emmanuel Ceysson. Seasons…Dreams is anchored by Beethoven’s Violin Sonata No. 5 in F Major, Op. 24, “Spring.” This sets the stage for a series of lyrical pieces inspired by songs and poems which take us on a journey through the seasons and into reverie. Meyers presents familiar songs in unique arrangements and unexpected melodies mixed with traditional classical works. “I love the interchange of sound, the feeling of being a chameleon,” says Meyers of her constant exploration of different textures and sounds.

François Le Roux - Joseph Kosma: Les Feuilles Mortes - Chansons (2000)

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François Le Roux - Joseph Kosma: Les Feuilles Mortes - Chansons (2000)

François Le Roux - Joseph Kosma: Les Feuilles Mortes - Chansons (2000)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 01:18:12 | 310 MB
Genre: Classical, Vocal | Label: Decca | Catalog: 460 050-2

Joseph Kosma was a Hungarian Jew who studied in Germany and, on the run from the Nazis, ended up in France, fighting with the Resistance and composing scores for classic French films like La Grande Illusion and Les Enfants du Paradis. Even more famous than his film scores, however, were his cabaret songs, which intelligently synthesize the French chanson with German cabaret, gypsy violin music, the feverish passion of klezmer, and a pizzazz that is all Hungarian. A list of his lyricists and collaborators is a roll call of mid-century France –Prévert, Sartre, Raymond Queneau, and Juliet Greco.