Opus 1 Feminin

Opus 1: Listen to me, here I am! As a Firstling, I want to go public, I want to be printed, played, understood and appreciated. What came before me no longer counts. I lead a life of my own and stand at the beginning of my further development.

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Bach Cantatas

There are still many mysteries surrounding Johann Sebastian Bach’s personality. Yet, as new and exciting biographies appear, telling us more and more about the composer, we keep wondering what kind of a man he was in everyday life.

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Back to the roots

The young pianist Jean-Paul Gasparian signs here his first disc with orchestra with the stainless Rachmaninoff 2 and the beautiful discovery of an Armenian composer, Arno Babadjanian, whose unpredictable career..

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Lieder

The idea that music begins where language ends goes back to literary Romanticism. In 1835, Joseph von Eichendorff was tracking the “song in all things” with his dowsing rod (“Wünschelrüte” in German, as is entitled one of his most famous poems),..

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Mikhaïl Pletnev

It should have been just another memorable con­cert in the hectic life of the Geneva Chamber Orchestra. However, the global Covid-19 pandemic decided otherwise and turned this summit meeting with conductor Gábor Takács-Nagy and pianist Mikhaïl Pletnev..

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Swiss Faces

For this record, we wanted to highlight Swiss cre­ations by recording only original pieces for brass quintet by Swiss composers. So let the composers present their work to us...

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Clé d'or ResMusica
pour le dernier album Jean Françaix



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