Chopin & Lizst: Music for Harp
Classical Periods: Romantic
Composers: Franz Liszt, FrĂ©dĂ©ric Chopin
Performers: Anneleen Lennerts
Un Sospiro, Waldesrauschen, Caprice-Valse, no. 2, Romance, Le Rossignol, Liebestraum
Polonaise, opus 26 no. 1, Nocturne, opus 9 no. 1, Fantaisie-Impromptu, Nocturne, opus 48 no. 1, Aeolian Harp, Ă©tude opus 25 no 1, Minute Waltz, opus 64 no 1
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 â€śsoul of the pianoâ€ť. Why, then, play these composers on the harp?
The harmony she produces touches everyone directlyâ€¦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 speakâ€¦
Still aged only 23, the Belgian harpist Anneleen Lenaerts is making a name for herself as one of the finest young harpists of today. Her extraordinary talent made her perform all over Europe to great acclaim. Her harp playing is known for its colorful and warm sound, perfect timing and deep musical expression.
In December 2010 Anneleen was appointed Principal Harp of the Vienna Philharmonic.
|1||Liszt: Un Sospiro, concert etude||7:10|
|2||Waldesrauschen, concert etude||5:29|
|3||Chopin: Polonaise, Op. 26, No. 1||9:01|
|4||Nocturne, Op. 9, No. 1||5:33|
|5||Liszt: Caprice-Valse, No. 2||6:55|
|8||Nocturne, Op. 48, No. 1||7:43|
|9||Liszt: Le Rossignol||4:50|
|11||Chopin: Acolian Harp, etude Op. 25, No. 1||3:38|
|12||Minute Waltz, Op. 64, No. 1||2:15|