- Conductor: None
- Composer: Liszt
- Audio CD (12 Nov. 2012)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Brilliant Classics
- ASIN: B008L62YA4
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 278,350 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Liszt: Piano Works
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Vanessa Benelli Mosell, piano
1 Valse-Impromptu S213 (6' 36)
2 Capriccio alla turca on themes from Beethoven's Die Ruinen von Athen S388 (9' 12)
3 La leggierezza - Étude de concert in F minor S144 No.2 (4' 54)
Hungarian Rhapsodies S244
4 No.6 in D flat major (6' 30)
5 No.10 in E major (5' 37)
6 No.11 in A minor (6' 02)
7 No.12 in C sharp minor (9' 53)
8 Liebestraum in A flat major S541 No.3 (4' 45)
9 Galop russe S478i after Bulhakov (3' 09)
10 La Danza S.424 No.9 from Rossini's Soirées Musicales (4' 23)
11 Grand galop chromatique S219 (4' 03)
As straight and healthy as Introducing Vanessa Benelli-Mosell. I found Franz Liszt was a fascinating melody maker and his harmonics was unique, after I had listened to the works of Liszt played by Vanessa. For example Capriccio alla turca on themes from Beethoven has unusual Keys. She digs them.
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The program is very well organized (kudos to producers?) all tracks can shine individually and with good contrast, making a 65 minute recital feel shorter. The pianism is truly remarkable; personally, I love the clarity of her playing, probably enhanced by good management of the pedals. Regarding the sound, I find the recording quite acceptable. reason why you can hear so much of the notes here. In summary: a winner... and at a bargain price!
I am not particularly fond of luring me to purchase with glamourous female artists on covers, yet, I have to admit that this lady is more than easy on the eyes, which is, well... quite a bonus. Still, ultimately it all boils down to the good produton and artistry, and she has loads of it to give.
And then there is the opening sentence in the notes: 'It is no exaggeration to claim Liszt as the greatest of all 19th-century musicians.' Really?
In her favor, I can say that Mosell's playing of the beloved A Flat Liebestraum is quite nice.