Louise Cheadle | Virtuoso Piano Music

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Virtuoso Piano Music

by Louise Cheadle

Neglected women composers of the Romantic era; beautiful, expressive piano music of two most talented women in their time.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Sonata in c minor by Cecile Chaminade -Allegro appassionato
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2. Andante
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3. Allegro
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4. Arabesque Op. 61 by Cecile Chaminade
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5. Toccata Op. 39 by Cecile Chaminade
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6. Sonata in c minor (1843) by Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel Allegro mo
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7. Andante con moto
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8. Finale: Presto
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Louise Cheadle, Pianist, is a graduate of the Juilliard School. She studied piano with Sascha Gorodnitzki and has been acclaimed by critics and audiences for her brilliant technique and musical sensitivity. She is nationally known for her concert tours with her late husband, William, having performed in most of the fifty states under various management agencies including Community Concerts. In addition to performing as a soloist and with many orchestras, she has appeared in recital at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall in New York City. Ms. Cheadle organized and was founding director of the Westminster Conservatory of Music of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ. She is a contributing author to the book "Teaching Piano" by Denes Agay, and maintains an active career as a soloist, chamber musician, clinician, and recitalist. She is much in demand for workshops and seminars for colleges, universities, and teaching organizations. More recently, she has been concentrating on researching and performing virtuoso concert music written by women composers of the Romantic era. Louise Cheadle's musical and administrative accomplishments have earned her recognition in the "Marquis Who's Who of American Women" Millenium edition, the prestigious Steinway Artists list, and the "2000 Outstanding Musicians of the Twentieth Century" recently published in Cambridge, England


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Moibe

Excellent album
This CD is excellent because the quality of the interpreter and because of the excellent music played in it.

CD Baby


With an unflinching, boldly musical voice, crisp technique and mature sensitivity to the layered inspiration of these composers, Cheadle delivers these striking piano works by two of music history's most neglected and yet gifted women: Cecile Chaminade and Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel. In process of conducting her own study and research in virtuoso concert music written by women composers of the Romantic era, Cheadle speaks through these works with conviction, integrity, passion and wisdom.

marissa

Wow, what an exceptional talent, romantic music too.
She is a wonderfully gifted composer.
I will pass on the word about her music.

Thankyou.

virgo


What a comsummate artists and excellent composer.
Thankyou for this gift.