Accent – the complete recordings

Recordings 1979 - 1986 : Mozart - Beethoven - Clementi - Rossini

On the occasion of Jos van Immerseel’s 70th birthday in November 2015, this box offers a backward glance at the time when Jos van Immerseel, as the winner of many international competitions and prizes, still focussed primarily on keyboard instruments. CD 1 : Muzio Clementi, Sonatas for Pianoforte CD 2 : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Works

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La clarinette française

La clarinette française is the first in a series of new recordings to be released in 2015, at the occasion of Jos van Immerseel’s 70th birthday. This album features young Russian clarinettist Lisa Shklyaver – a habitué of Anima Eterna Brugge – and the cream of French early 20th-century written for clarinet and piano. The

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Franz Schubert – Winterreise

Die Winterreise is one of the most desperate pieces of the composer. Schubert probably identified himself to the traveller, wounded by a love unshared. These poetries tell the story of a lonely traveller in the middle of the winter and raises existential issues. Müller’s texts are almost a poetic autobiography Schubert. Thomas Bauer studied the

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Sergei Rachmaninov

Rachmaninoff – Suites à 2 Pianos “Die Stücke offenbaren durchaus neue Nuancen von einer allgemein sanfteren, weiträumigeren Klanglichkeit bis hin zu einer in anderen Aufnahmen so nicht zu erlebenden lyrischen Qualität.” www.Rondomagazin.de

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Franz Liszt – Pièces tardives

“Was die Interpretation von Jos van Immerseel und Sergej Istomin angeht, kann diese an Intelligenz und Sensibilität kaum übertroffen werden.” ARTE CD-Tipp, 27.10.2004

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The Seven Last Words

Haydn: The Seven Last Words For a number of reasons, Haydn’s composition is a fascinating work. 1. All of the other compositions written on the Seven Last Words (before and after Haydn), as well as all of the settings of the Passion which include the Seven Last Words, are vocal settings, and the words are

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Debussy – Préludes et Images

Debussy was strongly attracted by the title ‘Images’. He used it for the three groups of three pieces each all of which have meanwhile become a familiar part of the repertoire: the ‘Images’ I (1905) and 11 (1907) for piano and the ‘Trois Images’ for orchestra, composed between 1905 and 1912. Less well known is

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