Liszt CD Review – Arts&Métiers Mag


“Olivier Moulin reveals in his Liszt recital various facets of his talent. He confirms, if confirmation were needed, that in the field of piano performance, succession is guaranteed. Opened with a sardonic “Danse Macabre” which owes much to Saint-Saëns, his Liszt program goes through “En rêve” (discreet and soberly lyrical), “Funerailles”, “Petrarch Sonnet 104″, “Après une lecture du Dante”, “Impromptu” (fluidity of expression) and “Nuages gris”. It ends with the very famous “Totentanz” whose original version for piano and orchestra was outlined in 1840 and completed ten years later”  Jean DUPART

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