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Margot Kalse, Earl Christy, Sebastiaan Ammerlaan, Esther Kronenburg, Ilil Danin - TOP OF THE POPS, Dutch Golden Age Edition

Posted By: ciklon5
Margot Kalse, Earl Christy, Sebastiaan Ammerlaan, Esther Kronenburg, Ilil Danin - TOP OF THE POPS, Dutch Golden Age Edition

Margot Kalse, Earl Christy, Sebastiaan Ammerlaan, Esther Kronenburg, Ilil Danin - TOP OF THE POPS, Dutch Golden Age Edition
FLAC (tracks), Lossless / MP3 320 kbps | 3:20:53 | 450 / 873 Mb
Genre: Classical / Label: Aliud Records

Everyone has a natural ability and need to make and listen to music. We experience this every day, whether we're working or relaxing, at church or a bar, at a party, or putting the kids to bed. The easiest way to make music is to sing songs, especially if you have the melody in your head. Songs - with tunes everyone knows or learns quickly - are the best way to connect people, especially when they can enjoy it together.

Siobhan Stagg and Nico de Villiers - Voices, Songs by Richard Hageman (2022)

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Siobhan Stagg and Nico de Villiers - Voices, Songs by Richard Hageman (2022)

Siobhan Stagg and Nico de Villiers - Voices, Songs by Richard Hageman (2022)
FLAC (tracks), Lossless / MP3 320 kbps | 1:14:06 | 169 / 214 Mb
Genre: Classical / Label: Aliud Records

VOICES sees Soprano Siobhan Stagg and pianist Nico de Villiers present the first album ever to be dedicated solely to the songs of Richard Hageman. This album assembles more than two dozen of Hageman’s songs, the majority of which are world premier recordings.Although Hageman was feted as a film composer in the latter part of his career, he started out as a song composer in the mid-1910’s.

Anneleen Lenaerts - Chopin & Liszt (2020)

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Anneleen Lenaerts - Chopin & Liszt (2020)

Anneleen Lenaerts - Chopin & Liszt (2020)
FLAC tracks | 01:09:12 | 250 Mb
Genre: Classical / Label: Aliud

Chopin & Liszt are both hailed as composers who belong, above all, to the piano. Liszt is perhaps the greatest technician the instrument has ever known, and Rubinstein described Chopin as the “soul of the piano”. Why, then, play these composers on the harp? The harmony she produces touches everyone directly…the music is hers as if she were speaking. Everything appears effortless: whether in most virtuoso transitions or moments of the greatest delicacy, she takes the time to make every note speak…