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Concerto pour Piano: Different Spaces

Baptiste Trotignon, Nicholas Angelich, Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine, Paul Daniel

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Concerto pour Piano, "Different Spaces"  
1
I. Moderato Tranquillo
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich; Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine; Paul Daniel
12:21
2
II. Allegro scherzando
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich; Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine; Paul Daniel
5:00
3
III. Adagio religioso
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich; Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine; Paul Daniel
8:18
4
IV. Allegro Agitato
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich; Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine; Paul Daniel
8:38
Trois Pièces pour deux pianos  
5
I. Passacaille
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich; Baptiste Trotignon
2:48
6
II. Élégie
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich; Baptiste Trotignon
3:44
7
III. Moteur
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich; Baptiste Trotignon
3:35
Trois Préludes pour piano seul  
8
I. Moderato
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich
3:05
9
II. Allegretto leggiero e scherzando
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich
3:09
10
III. Largo
Baptiste Trotignon; Nicholas Angelich
5:18
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:56
This recital of works by contemporary composer and pianist Baptiste Trotignon features Nicholas Angelich with the Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine led by Paul Daniel. The title piece Concerto pour Piano was commissioned for the orchestra, while Trotignon himself sits in on second piano on the Trois Pièces pour deux pianos.

"The genesis of my Concerto pour Piano is a story full of encounters. My identity is based on my European culture with my love for the Afro-or South-American culture and more generally all this rhythmic culture coming from these 20th century kinds of music, most of the time not present in the popular European music ... the warmth of these pulsations is indispensable to me."
- Baptiste Trotignon
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Recorded in August 2014 at Auditorium de Bordeaux
Music producer, balance engineer & post-production: Jiri Heger
Sound assistant: Bergame Periaux
Pianos: Gérard Fauvin
Photo cover & inside photos: Jean-Baptiste Millot
Paul Daniel p.17 (©Frances Andrijich), ONBA p.30 (©Nicolas Joubard)

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