Hahn - Le rossignol eperdu - Yoonie Han - 2019 (FLAC, 24BIT – 192KHZ)

Hahn – Le rossignol eperdu – Yoonie Han – 2019 (FLAC, 24BIT – 192KHZ)

Composer: Reynaldo Hahn
Performer: Yoonie Han – piano
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Reynaldo Hahn – Le rossignol éperdu

Reynaldo Hahn (1875-1947)

Le Rossignol éperdu: Suite I. Premiere Suite

01. No. 1. Frontispice
02. No. 2. Andromede resignee
03. No. 3. Douloureuse Reverie dans un bois da sapins
04. No. 4. Le Bougquet de Pensees
05. No. 5. Soleil d’automne
06. No. 6. Gretchen
07. No. 7. Les Deux Echarpes
08. No. 8. Liebe! Liebe!
09. No. 9. Eros cache dans les bois
10. No. 10. La Fausse Indifference
11. No. 11. Chanson de Midi
12. No. 12. Antiochus
13. No. 13. Novermore
14. No. 14. Portrait
15. No. 15. L’Enfant au Perroquet
16. No. 16. Les Reveries du Prince Eglantine
17. No. 17. Ivresse
18. No. 18. L’Arome supreme
19. No. 19. Berceuse feroce
20. No. 20. Passante
21. No. 21. La Danse de l’Amour et de l’Ennui
22. No. 22. Ouranos
23. No. 23. Les Heliotropes de Clos-Andre
24. No. 24. Effet de nuit sur la Seine
25. No. 25. Per i piccoli canali
26. No. 26. Mirage
27. No. 27. La Dance de l’Amour et du Danger
28. No. 28. Matinee parisienne
29. No. 29. Cherubin tragique
30. No. 30. Les Chenes enlaces

Le Rossignol éperdu: Suite II. Orient

31. No. 31. En Caique
32. 32. Narghile
33. No. 33. Les Chiens da Galata
34. No. 34. Reverie nocturne sur les Bosphore
35. No. 35. La Rosie de Blida
36. No. 36. L’Oasis

Le Rossignol éperdu: Suite III. Carnet de Voyagе

37. No. 37. L’Ange Verrier
38. No. 38. Le Jardin de Petrarque
39. No. 39. Nativite
40. No. 40. Faunesse dansante
41. No. 41. Les Noces du Duc de Joyeuse
42. No. 42. Le Petit Mail
43. No. 43. Les Pages d’Elisabeth
44. No. 44. Le Jeunesse et l’Ete ornent de fleurs le tombeau de Pergolese
45. No. 45. Vieux Bahuts

Le Rossignol éperdu: Suite IV. Versailles

46. No. 46. Hommage a Martius
47. No. 47. La Reine au jardin
48. No. 48. Le Reveil de Flore
49. No. 49. Le Banc songeur
50. No. 50. La Fete de Terpsichore
51. No. 51. Adieux au soir tombant
52. No. 52. Hivernale
53. No. 53. Le Pelerinage inutile

Given Reynaldo Hahn’s high profile with the patrons of Paris’s pre-war artist salons, it’s not surprising that his original works for piano include a good number of short character pieces that exude charm.

Listeners coming to this exquisite body of work may initially find Hahn’s attractive if modestly deployed keyboard writing recalling or foreshadowing other composers: The sensuous, arching phrases of early Scriabin preludes, or the sparse lyricism of late Liszt. Fauré’s subtle harmonic palette may cast a benign shadow, or the effortless melodic fluidity of Massenet; or Satie at his least brash and ironic, or the delicate balance of Mompou’s piano miniatures.

Yet Hahn goes his own way. Listen to how the disarmingly simple ascending two-note motif of Éros caché dans les bois (No. 9) weaves in and out of a chromatically-oriented linear texture that sounds denser than it is. Antiochus (No. 12) focuses on an obsessive chordal pattern that assiduously builds to a fulfilling climax. By contrast, unpredictable melodic twists and turns in the 30-second plus Portrait (No. 14) keep listeners guessing in every measure. Also notice the shimmering delicacy of the unison lines in Le Jardin de Pétrarque (No. 38), while Noces du Duc de Joyeuse (No. 41) is a masterclass in how to sustain ceremonial momentum. In short, Le Rossignol éperdu is the early 20th Century’s answer to Mendelssohn’s Songs Without Words.[/pre]

Yoonie Han
Praised for her “flowing tones, poetic phrasing and heavenly singing melodies” (Cincinnati Enquirer) and her “musical imagination and feel for complex textures” (Washington Post), South Korean pianist Yoonie Han has won top prizes in distinguished international competitions and the highest accolades for her performances in major concert halls around the world.

In 2009 she won South Korea’s Gawon Music Award as the “most brilliant pianist aged 17 to 31 of any nationality who possesses the most promising potential for global prominence.” She also won first prize in the Washington International Piano Competition (2011), the Fulbright Concerto Competition (2011), Juilliard’s Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition (2008), the Cincinnati World Piano Competition (2008) and the Kosciuszko Foundation National Chopin Competition (2005) and has garnered major awards at the Helsinki International Maj Lind Piano Competition and Milan Concorso Pianistico Ettore Pozzoli Internazionale. Following her 2001 grand-prize victory in the Korea National Music Competition, she was named “most promising young artist” by the Korean Ministry of Culture.

Having made her solo debut with the Seoul Philharmonic at age 13, Ms. Han has since performed with the Berlin Symphoniker, Buffalo Philharmonic, Helsinki Philharmonic, Houston Philharmonic, Banff Festival Orchestra and I Pomeriggi Musicali in Milan under such conductors as JoAnn Falletta, Leif Segerstam, Philippe Entremont and Lior Shambadal. She has played such celebrated venues as Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center, Frick Collections, Myra Hess Series, Philips Collections in the U.S., Berlin Philharmonie, the Salle Cortot in Paris, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and Se-Jong Performing Arts Center in Korea. In 2012-13 she made a recital tour at the Steinway Halls in Europe and America. Her performances have aired on WQXR-New York, Chicago’s WFMT, NPR’s “Artist Showcase” series and other broadcast outlets.

Ms. Han received her bachelor’s degree in music from the Curtis Institute, studying with Eleanor Sokoloff, and master’s degree in music from the Juilliard School as a student of Robert McDonald. She is pursuing her doctorate at SUNY Stony Brook and studying with Philippe Entremont.




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