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Dialoghi

Elinor Frey & David Fung

Dialoghi

...an intimate dialogue between cello and piano
78876 (Yarlung Records)
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Track Time Listen Track Price
1
Asturiana

Asturiana

Composer Manuel de Falla
02:12 Play $1.70
2
Bunraku

Bunraku

Composer Toshiro Mayuzumi
Soloist Elinor Frey
08:54 Play $3.40
3
Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Prelude

Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Prelude

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Soloist Elinor Frey
02:22 Play $1.70
4
Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Allemande

Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Allemande

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Soloist Elinor Frey
04:41 Play $1.70
5
Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Courante

Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Courante

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Soloist Elinor Frey
02:49 Play $1.70
6
Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Sarabande

Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Sarabande

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Soloist Elinor Frey
02:44 Play $1.70
7
Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Minuets

Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Minuets

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Soloist Elinor Frey
03:14 Play $1.70
8
Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Gigue

Suite No. 1 for solo ‘cello BWV 1007 Gigue

Composer Johann Sebastian Bach
Soloist Elinor Frey
01:59 Play $1.70
9
Ricordanza

Ricordanza

Composer Christopher Rouse
Soloist Elinor Frey
04:41 Play $1.70
10
Dialoghi, Studi su un nome

Dialoghi, Studi su un nome

Composer Steven Stucky
Soloist Elinor Frey
06:59 Play $3.40
11
Tema Sacher

Tema Sacher

Composer Benjamin Britten
Soloist Elinor Frey
01:08 Play $1.70
12
Sacher Variation

Sacher Variation

Composer Witold Lutoslawski
Soloist Elinor Frey
03:43 Play $1.70
13
Grave, metamorphoses for cello and piano

Grave, metamorphoses for cello and piano

Composer Witold Lutoslawski
05:41 Play $3.40
14
Amour et biauté parfaite Simple

Amour et biauté parfaite Simple

Composer David Lefkowitz
02:29 Play $1.70
15
Amour et biauté parfaite Alleluya

Amour et biauté parfaite Alleluya

Composer David Lefkowitz
03:36 Play $1.70
16
Amour et biauté parfaite Double

Amour et biauté parfaite Double

Composer David Lefkowitz
02:55 Play $1.70
17
Sept Papillons I

Sept Papillons I

Composer Kaija Saariaho
Soloist Elinor Frey
01:08 Play $1.70
18
Sept Papillons II

Sept Papillons II

Composer Kaija Saariaho
Soloist Elinor Frey
01:19 Play $1.70
19
Sept Papillons III

Sept Papillons III

Composer Kaija Saariaho
Soloist Elinor Frey
01:32 Play $1.70
20
Sept Papillons IV

Sept Papillons IV

Composer Kaija Saariaho
Soloist Elinor Frey
02:01 Play $1.70
21
Sept Papillons V

Sept Papillons V

Composer Kaija Saariaho
Soloist Elinor Frey
01:22 Play $1.70
22
Sept Papillons VI

Sept Papillons VI

Composer Kaija Saariaho
Soloist Elinor Frey
01:44 Play $1.70
23
Sept Papillons VII

Sept Papillons VII

Composer Kaija Saariaho
Soloist Elinor Frey
01:06 Play $1.70
24
Nana

Nana

Composer Manuel de Falla
02:43 Play $1.70
Total Running Time 73 minutes Purchase all tracks 
$13.00 
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An intimate dialogue between cello and piano - and between two masterful musicians - is at the heart of this expertly recorded recorded album. Works by Bach, de Falla, Mayuzumi, Rouse, Stucky, Britten, Lutoslawski, Lefkowitz and Saariaho.

Uncover the delicate layers, and the dynamic conversation - made especially transparent when heard in Studio Master quality. 

 
Download includes - cover art, inlay, booklet
Benjamin Britten

Benjamin Britten

Benjamin Britten, was an English composer, conductor, and pianist.
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David Fung

David Fung

David Fung is an Australian concert pianist who performs with orchestras including the Israel Philharmonic, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, the San Diego Symphony and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
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Elinor Frey

Elinor Frey

Elinor Frey is a Canadian cellist, an expert in both baroque and modern works.
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Johann Sebastian Bach

Johann Sebastian Bach

Considered by many to be the supreme composer of the Baroque style, and regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time.
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Produced by Bob Attiyeh

High Resolution Audio Mastering generously underwritten by Elliot Midwood.

One can view the universe as a dialogue between emptiness and form: energy rises endlessly, finds momentary form, then dissolves once again into emptiness. One can understand emptiness, not as the void, but as the womb of all phenomena, in which, moment by moment, a new structure appears and then, mutatis mutandis, fades, only to be replaced by the next and the next, moment after moment after moment.

Closer to 'everyday life,' dialogue creates the fabric of our interpersonal relationships, our relationships with our communities, and our relationships with our selves. Music too is a dialogue: between musicians, between musical instruments, between composers and performers, between musicians and audiences, and especially in an album like Dialoghi, between composers across Europe, America and Asia, and across nine centuries of history. Music dialogues with us as it rises and falls moving through time, and sweeps us—if we allow—along in its stream of endless change. And as dialogue at all these levels, music mirrors life itself.

The music on this album reveals dialogues in many forms, often dialogues within dialogues. We hear these conversations between ‘cello and piano, old and new (Bach and Saariaho for example), between original and newly created (Machaut and Lefkowitz, for example), between Folk Music and “High Art” (de Falla and Bach, for example), between Nature and Art (Saariaho, for example), and in every piece between musician and audience and between composer and musician. In discussing the music which forms the centerpiece of this program, Dialoghi–studi su un nome (Dialogues–Studies on a Name), composer Steven Stucky explains his title: “Why ‘dialogues’? Partly because the theme notes and the non-theme notes so often interact in “conversation” throughout, but more importantly because the friendship recognized in this rests not only on my musical collaborations with Elinor Frey but also on our conversations about books, music, paintings, films, psychology, religion, food, and all things Italian (hence the title).”

Elinor Frey and David Fung share an intimate dialogue with us in this album. This is Elinor’s debut album, but David we know from his prior recordings with ABC in Australia, and Yarlung Records in the United States. Indeed I play David’s solo piano recordings on my radio broadcasts. But the quality of musical collaboration on this album reveals a sincere friendship that arose as a result of their rehearsals and performances together. Elinor and David remind me of a famous comment about Oscar Peterson and Billie Holiday performing together, that his special ability with music spread flower petals at her feet, upon which she then danced. David and Elinor communicate with sincerity and sympathetic sensitivity. Great concert pianists, primarily famous as soloists or for their concerto repertoire, sometimes also reach heights of musical collaboration. Emanuel Ax, Alfred Brendel, Jeffrey Kahane and András Schiff come to mind, especially in concert performances. Thank you Elinor and David for giving us musical dialogue of this caliber.

The music on this record—with its many splendors—acquaints us with multiple forms of dialogue. Successful dialogues (each element acting upon the other) produce change and evolution. Dialogue is quintessentially creative. Human genes “dialogue” when our species creates new life, and audience and musician can remain changed forever after a great concert. Evolution itself is an endless dialogue between beings and their environments. Dialogue, therefore, is always about Love in the largest sense, about creation, accommodation, adaptation and survival. I hope the many levels of dialogue on this album will give you years of pleasure and (who knows?) maybe even encourage evolutionary growth.

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