Peter C. Dzialo, Tamila Azadaliyeva | Refurbishing the Soul

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Refurbishing the Soul

by Peter C. Dzialo, Tamila Azadaliyeva

Joy, tenderness, nobility, sadness, hope, majesty—all of these riches of the human personality, can be relived in the flash of an instant through the turn of a phrase, a harmony, or a melody that haunts and lingers. Great music for cello and piano.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. Haydn, Divertimento-Adagio
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4:51 album only
2. Haydn, Divertimento-Minuet & Trio
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2:47 album only
3. Haydn, Divertimento-Allegro Di Molto
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2:11 album only
4. Schubert, Sonata in a Minor-Allegro Moderato
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8:31 album only
5. Schubert, Sonata in a Minor-Adagio
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4:18 album only
6. Schubert, Sonata in a Minor-Alegretto
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8:29 album only
7. Popper, Fantasy On Little Russian Songs-Fantasy, Opus 43
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12:55 album only
8. Rhené-Baton, Sonata in C-Andante Tranquillo
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6:28 album only
9. Rhené-Baton, Sonata in C-Andante Un Poco Maestoso
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10. Rhené-Baton, Sonata in C-Allegro Vivo
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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These four works for cello and piano directly amaze and charm the listener. The music was written by composers who were each well capable of putting a musical kite up in the air, leaving it up to the performer to rein it in for the audience to see things more clearly. Each composition hails from a distinct epoch in music history (the Classical, Romantic, Ethnic-nationalist, Modern French Impressionist) and the parallel associations prove stunning. Therefore, it is well worthwhile to hear this album in one sitting.

Music at Lonely Peaks Records

“A lonely peak of grandeur”—is the way one Bach biographer described the achievement of the six works for unaccompanied violin, and the words are well chosen. They represent an ultimate sophistication and difficulty. The extraordinary inventiveness with which Bach created his masterpieces not only stretched the capabilities of the instrument but also require from the performer endurance, concentration, and critical interpretative insight to shape the separate movements into a logical whole.

Lonely Peaks Records was organized with the fullness of that thought in mind. A good recording reveals a complex story. We look for honesty when we make a recording—what the instruments really sound like, presented with clarity and realism. We are more interested in placing the microphones where they need to be to hear inside the music and less interested in having our records sound like you are seated in the tenth row. Good recording technique will allow the recording artist to do his work, which is to reveal the multifaceted beauty that exists in the details of great music. We make great classical music recordings that usually feature the cello alone, or small ensemble chamber music, where there is more freedom to express oneself, more give and take between colleagues, more spontaneity and intimacy than are really ever possible in even the most successful orchestral recordings.

Recording can make music a much more cogent experience for the listener. The artist has more options and more choice in the performance that is captured. The listener benefits from microphone placement and always has the best seat in the house. Moreover, a wonderful performance isn't lost; it can be heard again and again. If your playback equipment is good, the experience can be overwhelming—heard properly at home, intimately, quietly, and reflectively. Good music is made for an individual's consideration and appreciation...to move the emotions well.


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