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Piano Music By Erik Satie


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  • Audio CD (31 Dec. 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hyperion
  • ASIN: B000002ZLW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 438,073 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Trois Gymnopedies 1888: Gymnopedie No. 1 - Lent Et Douloureux
2. Trois Gymnopedies 1888: Gymnopedie No. 2 - Lent Et Triste
3. Trois Gymnopedies 1888: Gymnopedie No. 3 - Lent Et Grave
4. Six Gnossiennes: Gnossienne No. 1 1890
5. Six Gnossiennes: Gnossienne No. 2 1890
6. Six Gnossiennes: Gnossienne No. 3 1890
7. Six Gnossiennes: Gnossienne No. 4 1891
8. Six Gnossiennes: Gnossienne No. 5 1889
9. Six Gnossiennes: Gnossienne No. 6 1897
10. Embryons Desseches 1913: D'Holothurie
11. Embryons Desseches 1913: D'Edriophthalma
12. Embryons Desseches 1913: De Podophthalma
13. Croquis Et Agaceries D'Un Gros Bonhomme En Bois 1913: Tyrolienne Turque
14. Croquis Et Agaceries D'Un Gros Bonhomme En Bois 1913: Danse Maigre (A La Maniere De Ces Messieurs)
15. Croquis Et Agaceries D'Un Gros Bonhomme En Bois 1913: Espanana
16. Sports Et Divertissements 1914: Choral Inappetissant
17. Sports Et Divertissements 1914: La Balancoire
18. Sports Et Divertissements 1914: La Chasse
19. Sports Et Divertissements 1914: La Comedie Italienne
20. Sports Et Divertissements 1914: Le Reveil De La Mariee
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. J. Ball on 25 April 2012
Format: Audio CD
I originally bought this as a double cassette, and played it to death, it was my first real introduction to Chopin's twilight world of the Nocturnes, one after another i was mesmerized by their consistent beauty, not a dud among them, Rev is an underestimated Pianist, she doesn't have the big profile or fame about her, but neither does she have a big ego either, she just quietly lets Chopin do the talking, it's very disarming, and it suites these Nocturnes, the less you make "universal statements" about them, the more universal they become!, the low key approach lets this music creep up into your heart unawares, this is my favourite set of Nocturnes, now that's really saying something considering the competition.

All of these Nocturnes were so beautiful, and i'd like to give my feelings on 3 that i found especially wonderful,

Nocturne 8 - Probably my favourite Chopin Nocturne, there's a gently rolling and mesmerizing repetition in the left hand, very beautiful, it ebbs and flows, in speed and volume, it's the foundation over which the right hand plays the melody and sings its heart out, the key is developing a real intensity, and Rev really does that, she really hits the coda, as the Nocturne descends into the night.

Nocturne 10 - A nice hesitant start, so when the second part of the melody is played just a touch faster, it gives a sense of momentum, and Rev does indeed gradually speed things up ever so imperceptibly, i like her central agitated section, where she gradually turns the angry screws tighter, so when the "release" back to the original melody comes, wow what a release of tension it is!.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful rendition 24 April 2014
By tyhee88 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Livia Rev was born in Hungary in 1916, which would have made her about 72 when she recorded these works in September, 1988 for Hyperion.

Some may wish for a more dynamic performance, but I'm not among them. In Lev's hands these nocturnes are simply beautiful, without idiosyncrasy or overstatement and with excellent recorded sound to match.
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
A masterpiece 23 Jun. 2000
By Mark Leader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Every song strikes a mood upon the room where you play it. The album includes the song from the advert for breathe.com, which is simply breathtaking. It is a cd which has not left my cd player, and is the perfect beckground for everyday life. My single critisism is that there is not enough change in mood, songs remain at one level, and do not attempt to try something different, however, what the selection succeeds in is creating a cd which has the ability to send the listener into a dream world track after track, i recommend this highly
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Highly recommended...but out of print 27 Oct. 2006
By dm - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Sad to see great CDs out of print. Seow, who apparently was a multi-award winning pianist (have to admit that I've never heard of him), plays beautifully on these pieces, especially the Gymnopedies (sp?).

Many people have tackled these pieces; I don't think you'll be disappointed with this recording (if you can find it!)
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