℗ 2012 Genuin

Alexej Gerassimez (Percussion): Works by E. Séjourné, A. Gerassimez, T. Broström, J. Psathas

Alexej Gerassimez, Julius Heise, Nicolai Gerassimez

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Famim 2  
I. Énergique, toujours dans le tempo
Emmanuel Séjourné; Alexej Gerassimez; Julius Heise; Nicolai Gerassimez
II. Immobile, stable, lent
Emmanuel Séjourné; Alexej Gerassimez; Julius Heise; Nicolai Gerassimez
III. Très simple, rubato, elegant - énergique
Emmanuel Séjourné; Alexej Gerassimez; Julius Heise; Nicolai Gerassimez
Alexej Gerassimez; Alexej Gerassimez; Julius Heise
Arena (solo version)
Tobias Broström; Alexej Gerassimez
Alexej Gerassimez; Alexej Gerassimez
One Study One Summary  
I. Etude
John Psathas; Alexej Gerassimez; Julius Heise; John Psathas
II. Summary
John Psathas; Alexej Gerassimez; Julius Heise; John Psathas
Variations on Libertango
Alexej Gerassimez; Alexej Gerassimez; Nicolai Gerassimez
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    59:34
Alexej Gerassimez is considered one of the world's leading percussion soloists of his generation and has proven himself to be a hugely impressive composer. He is joined on this debut album by his pianist brother Nicolai Gerassimez and fellow percussionist Julius Heise for a true percussion demonstration; a flood of sounds, events and colours. The recording vibrantly demonstrates that the range from the spherical floating of the vibraphone to the gripping rhythms of the snare drum is enormous.
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A co-production with Deutscher Musikrat Projekt gGmbH and Deutschlandfunk
Recorded at the Deutschlandfunk Kammermusiksaal, Cologne, Germany October 28 - 31, 2011
Recording producer/Tonmeister: Sebastian Braun
Executive producer: Frank Kämpfer
Editing: Sebastian Braun
Text: Julia Kirn, München
English translation: Matthew Harris, Ibiza
Booklet editing: Katrin Haase, Leipzig
Photography: Georg Thum, wildundleise.de (A. Gerassimez), Andreas Kermann (N. Gerassimez), Nemanja Delja (J. Heise)
Graphic design: Thorsten Stapel, Münster

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