It is not written words, but narrative sound worlds that allow the listener to dive into the composer's fantastic world. Like no other, Leos Jan√°cek understood how to bring a fairy tale (Poh√°dka) to life in a sound-painting manner. Robert Schumann's musical fairy tale pictures provide deep insights into his soul life. Martinu's highly dramatic first cello sonata and the dreamlike "Waldesruh" by Anton Dvor√°k complete the program. Cellist Mathias Johansen and pianist Andreas Hering take you on a fairy-tale journey of sound. Mathias Johansen has been a professor at the State Conservatory of Vorarlberg in Feldkirch since 2016. He has performed as a soloist with the Lithuanian National Orchestra, as well as the Berliner Philharmonic. He is in demand as a chamber musician and regularly performs at various festivals. He is a member of the Berolina Ensemble and the Archos Quartet.
It is not written words, but narrative sound worlds that allow the listener to dive into the composer's fantastic world. Like no other, Leos Jan√°cek understood how to bring a fairy tale (Poh√°dka) to life in a sound-painting manner. Robert Schumann's musical fairy tale pictures provide deep insights into his soul life. Martinu's highly dramatic first cello sonata and the dreamlike "Waldesruh" by Anton Dvor√°k complete the program. Cellist Mathias Johansen and pianist Andreas Hering take you on a fairy-tale journey of sound. Mathias Johansen has been a professor at the State Conservatory of Vorarlberg in Feldkirch since 2016. He has performed as a soloist with the Lithuanian National Orchestra, as well as the Berliner Philharmonic. He is in demand as a chamber musician and regularly performs at various festivals. He is a member of the Berolina Ensemble and the Archos Quartet.
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Pohadka
Artist: Janacek / Johansen / Hering
Format: CD
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It is not written words, but narrative sound worlds that allow the listener to dive into the composer's fantastic world. Like no other, Leos Jan√°cek understood how to bring a fairy tale (Poh√°dka) to life in a sound-painting manner. Robert Schumann's musical fairy tale pictures provide deep insights into his soul life. Martinu's highly dramatic first cello sonata and the dreamlike "Waldesruh" by Anton Dvor√°k complete the program. Cellist Mathias Johansen and pianist Andreas Hering take you on a fairy-tale journey of sound. Mathias Johansen has been a professor at the State Conservatory of Vorarlberg in Feldkirch since 2016. He has performed as a soloist with the Lithuanian National Orchestra, as well as the Berliner Philharmonic. He is in demand as a chamber musician and regularly performs at various festivals. He is a member of the Berolina Ensemble and the Archos Quartet.