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SZYMANOWSKI, Piotr Anderszewski

Piano Sonata No. 3 / Metopes / Masques

Piotr Anderszewski - Szymanowski: Piano Sonata No. 3; Métopes; Masques 01. Masques Op. 34: Schéhérazade (11:53) 02. Masques Op. 34: Tantris Le Bouffon (6:11) 03. Masques Op. 34: Sérénade De Don Juan (7:17) 04. Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 36: Presto (7:37) 05. Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 36: Adagio (5:51) 06. Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 36: Assai Vivace (1:23) 07. Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 36: Fuga (6:58) 08. Métopes Op. 29: L'île Des Sirènes (7:21) 09. Métopes Op. 29: Calypso (6:56) 10. Métopes Op. 29: Nausicaa (5:48)
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Label  : Warner Japan

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Szymanowski - Libération Friday 3 June 2005 Combining rigour with imagination and relentless virtuosity with an exuberant sensibility, Piotr Anderszewski is, at 35, a major pianist. His exacting discography traces a real progression: the polyphonic clarity of Bach, the austerity of Webern, the flowing lyricism of Beethoven, the singing quality of Mozart - everything is transformed by him into a master class. Having celebrated the poetry of Chopin's Mazurkas, he now turns logically to Szymanowski. The Masques and Métopes mark Szymanowski's newly-acquired passion for Stravinsky and Debussy, and above all his return from travels in North Africa. Anderszewski reveals a powerful sense of rhythm and a genius for sonority and colour... In the Sonata No 3 an analytical quality and commitment combine to realise a more formal and condensed style of writing, but with much panache and insight. Will Anderszewski follow these masterly performances with his interpretation of Debussy? Source: Libération Szymanowski - BBC Music Magazine Friday 1 July 2005 Piotr Anderszewski enthrals the listener by the sheer beauty of the sounds that he conjures from the piano. Although each phrase seems to be carefully nuanced, Anderszewski captures to perfection the music's almost schizophrenic changes of mood, from the dreamy and hypnotic to the ironic and capricious. The Third Sonata is no less impressive, particularly the dynamic ecstatic account of the fugal finale. Although alternative versions of these works... have many undeniable virtues, Anderszewski outclasses his rivals in the extra degree of imagination he brings to the music. (Five stars) Source: BBC Music Magazine Szymanowski - Gramophone Thursday 1 September 2005 Such music calls for a pianist of unlimited, superfine virtuosity and a complete temperamental affinity... and in Anderszewski it has surely found its ideal champion... Anderszewski's razor-sharp clarity and stylistic assurance make you hang on every one of the composer's teeming notes... Every aspect of the music's refined and energetic life is held in a blazing light from which it is impossible to escape... All these performances have been superbly recorded. Source: The Gramophone