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SCHUBERT, PAGANINI, BRAHMS, CHOPIN, BEETHOVEN, Klaus Jackle

Traumerei

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1. Zwei Walzer 2:29 2. Romanze 4:15 3. Walzer op. 39 Nr. 15 1:51 4. Prelude op. 28 Nr. 15 “Regentropfen” 5:55 5. Valse op. 34 Nr. 2 5:49 6. Nocturne op. 9 Nr. 2 4:27 7. Träumerei op. 15 Nr. 7 (aus Kinderszenen) 3:12 8. Des Abends op. 12 Nr. 1 (aus Phantasiestücke) 4:12 9. Etude op. 10 Nr. 3 “Tristesse” 4:31 10. Etude op. 25 Nr. 1 “Sterne” 3:12 11. Sonata quasi una Fantasia-Adagio sostenuto „Mondschein“ op. 27 Nr. 2 5:30 12. Für Elise WoO 59 3:01 13. Plaisir d‟amour 3:51 14. Lied an den Abendstern (aus Tannhäuser) 3:38
  • Klaus Jackle - guitar
  • SCHUBERT
  • PAGANINI
  • BRAHMS
  • CHOPIN
  • BEETHOVEN
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According to Paracelsus, what a dream shows, is the wisdom that exists within us, even though we know nothing about it while being awake. And as an Indian proverb says „wisdom comes only to he who dreams‟. The “Träumerei” by Robert Schumann forms the basis for this program. The arrangement for guitar, inspired by the work of Francisco Tarrega, father of the Spanish classical guitar, lends these romantic, dreamy piano pieces an even lighter and more transcendental nature. Klaus Jäckle “Poetry and passion at once”, “a stylist of peculiar quality”, is the press‟ comment about Klaus Jäckle. Jäckle finished his studies at the Salzburg Mozarteum with a distinction and several awards. He was greatly influenced by his friend and mentor Pepe Romero, a fellow student of the Francisco Tarrega school, who refers to Jäckle‟s playing as a “touching experience”. The master guitarist Jäckle has performed as a popular soloist and chamber musician at prestigious festivals and in major concert halls such as the Gewandhaus in Leipzig and the Berlin Philharmonic. Among others, he has performed for Herbert von Karajan, and for the Princess of Tonga. Together with the successful sin ging duo Marshall & Alexander, Jäckle played a program of “Götterfunken” and “Paradisum” in a sell-out tour of over 100 concerts all over Germany. The subsequent CD release went gold. Over 20 CDs and LPs were published by and with Jäckle, as well as numerous recordings for Bavarian, Austrian and Slovenian radio. Klaus Jäckle‟s guitar is made by Knut Welsch, Erlangen, with strings by Dr. Junger. Klaus Jackle - w naszej ofercie

 

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