Sunday, May 6, 2012

French Concertos for Two Pianos

'The Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra by Francis Poulenc, composed in 1932, is clearly one of the most popular works of this relatively rare genre. Brilliantly sparkling wit, pointedness, and virtuosity make this concerto a listening feast. The Genova & Dimitrov Piano Duo presents this work on this new CD featuring three works of French provenance, since Darius Milhaud and Robert Casadesus also wrote double piano concertos. What unites the three composers is a shared aesthetic standpoint deeply rooted in neoclassicism.'

MP3 320 · 119 MB

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