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Browse: Mendelssohn - Song without Words, Op. 67 No. 6 in E major 'Lullaby'

Composer: Felix Mendelssohn (1809–47)Genres: Instrumental » Piano Solos
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  • this sweeps the board in this repertoire. More…

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  • Martin Jones' musicianship is perhaps seen at its best in his playing of the 'Songs Without Words'. For many years Mendelssohn's music for the keyboard was neglected but this six CD set, so beautifully... More…

    6 CDs

    Original price ($34.50) Reduced price $24.00

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  • The variety of tangy colours he conjures from the instrument really is the aural equivalent of removing a century of dirt from an oil painting…if, like me, you have an irrational aversion to... More…

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    $15.00

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  • Heidi Kommerell (piano)

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  • The pianist’s straightforward temperament and respect for the text emphasise truth over charm...Donohoe’s cogent and articulate annotations bring welcome personal and musical perspectives to... More…

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  • Daniel Barenboim (piano)

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  • Javier Perianes (piano)

    If Javier Perianes was setting out to show the full range of Mendelssohn's genius as a writer for the piano, he has certainly succeeded with this disc...Perianes's singing right hand moulds the... More…

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  • This release includes a digital booklet

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  • Eugene Asti (piano), Katherine Broderick (soprano), Hannah Morrison (soprano), Anna Grevelius (mezzo-soprano), Finnur Bjarnason (tenor), James Rutherford (baritone), Stephan Loges (baritone)

    ...the best of the young singers here is the mezzo Anna Grevelius...As in previous volumes, Eugene Asti plays with a refreshingly light touch and a lively sense of rhythm. More…

    This release includes a digital booklet