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By @les (on 23/07/2008 @ 17:38:19, in Arrivals!)

Two new albums and others will be coming very soon at onclassical.com. The first one is a quasi-unique performance of the String Quintets by Brahms op. 88 & 111. The chamber music written by Brahms includes only two string quintets and here they are being proposed by the Sandro Materassi ensemble: a very energic group that includes some of the most notable and virtuoso musicians of Italy, such as Alberto Bologni (violin), Danilo Rossi (viola) and Mauro Valli (cello), and also Grazia Serradimigni (II violin) and Olga Arzilli (II viola). The captured sound on this CD is also excellent and reminds one of the real ambient of an old Cascina in the Piacenza region.

The second album is for Franz Liszt as played by the Italo-American excellent poetical pianist Roberto Poli. Liszt composed the second part of his "Années de Pèlerinage" between 1837 and 1849 on his trip to Italy when he came to know our artistic wonders (Raffaello, Michelangelo) and the poems by Dante and Petrarca. So which music and performance could be more inspired than this?

Enjoy!

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By @les (on 23/07/2008 @ 15:51:31, in Artists)

"Many tiny stories. Played in Vicenza night, merged in the acustic perfection of the Olimpico, played by the “ballad-singer” Marco Tezza, focused on his dreamy effort.

There is nothing more recognizable than the popular soul. And this is Romantic Germany, nowhere to be found, lost. Marco Tezza, the story-teller, has played "Ein Choral", with suspended hands, wrapped up in velvet. And he was upright, nearly far from the keyboard, being a pianist who usually seems to penetrate with his entire body the wires, the hammers and the felts of that prodigy called piano."

Bepi de Marzi (translated text from "Il Giornale di Vicenza")

To see also: Marco Tezza at the Olimpic Theatre in Vicenza.

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