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Yuja Wang: Ravel

Yuja Wang, Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, Lionel Bringuier

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Piano Concerto In G Major for Piano and Orchestra  
I. Allegramente - Andante - Tempo I
Maurice Ravel; Yuja Wang; Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich; Lionel Bringuier
II. Adagio assai
Maurice Ravel; Yuja Wang; Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich; Lionel Bringuier
III. Presto
Maurice Ravel; Yuja Wang; Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich; Lionel Bringuier
Andante cantabile – Allegro moderato – Andante – Allegro – Andante – Allegro moderato
Gabriel Fauré; Yuja Wang
Piano Concerto for the Left Hand in D Major for Piano and Orchestra  
I. Lento - Andante -
Maurice Ravel; Yuja Wang; Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich; Lionel Bringuier
II. Allegro
Maurice Ravel; Yuja Wang; Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich; Lionel Bringuier
III. Tempo I
Maurice Ravel; Yuja Wang; Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich; Lionel Bringuier
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    50:13
"... (Wang) has technique to burn and it’s entirely appropriate that she plays all of this music with a youthful energy well-suited to her years ... unquestionably a fine release ..."
- ClassicsToday.com

"Four Stars ... virtuosic pianist Yuja Wang is back, bringing her signature vibrancy and colour to Ravel's two piano concertos ... much to excite in this thrilling partnership between soloist and orchestra."
- Sinfini Music

"Editor's Choice ... the outer movements are so deliciously light, like the most perfect soufflé, executed with disarming insouciance by pianist and orchestra alike ... you could not wish for a more atmospheric account of this concerto nor a more thrilling one ..."
- Gramophone

Star pianist Yuja Wang and the Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich under Lionel Bringuier devote this album to two major orchestral works by Ravel: the Piano Concerto In G Major and the Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, both heavily influenced by the jazz music Ravel encountered during a US concert tour in 1928. Fauré's Ballade Op. 19 completes the programme, presented here in its original version for solo piano.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon Studio Masters

Recordings: Tonhalle, Zurich, April 2015 (Ravel); Teldex Studio, Berlin, May 2015 (Fauré)
Executive producer: Angelika Meissner
Producers: Chris Hazell (Ravel), Sid McLauchlan (Fauré)
Recording engineers (Tonmeister): Simon Eadon (Ravel), Stephan Flock (Fauré)
Piano technicians: Toni Daum (Ravel), Serge Poulain (Fauré)
Project manager: Anna-Lena Rodewald
Project coordinators: Malene Hill, Nasim Beizai
Recorded and mastered by Emil Berliner Studios (Fauré)
French translation (liner notes): Daniel Fesquet
Booklet editor: Annette Nubbemeyer
Cover photo © Norbert Kniat
Artist photos: © Norbert Kniat (Wang); Paolo Dutto (Bringuier)
Art direction: Merle Kersten
Design: Simon Singer

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