Monday, July 16, 2012

Saint-Saëns, Chausson & Ysaÿe

“Tedi Papavrami, while not attempting to sound like Sarasate, adopts something of his graceful manner; his alert, lively approach is just right for conveying the music's inventive, often improvisatory character. A most enjoyable CD, and strongly recommended” --Gramophone Magazine, October 2010

Gramophone Magazine
Editor's Choice - October 2010

"Papavrami strikes an ideal balance between seduction and precision, never sappy, never rigid. His tone is warm and enveloping from the open G string to the heights of the E string. Vibrato is intense but not overdone, as is rubato. Papavrami technical skills are also more than ample to dazzle his audiences. The orchestra, whose parts in all of these works is almost entirely accompanimental, provides a sensitive, well-balanced backdrop for Papavrami." --AMG

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