- Michael Schäfer (Piano)
Notes & Reviews:
This is the 12th release in Genuin's "Unheard-Of" series, initiated by Michael Schäfer. Presented here is the unusual repertoire of Jacques Charpentier, who was a friend and pupil of Oliver Messiaen. This album connects ancient Indian raga tradition with modern Western music, resulting in a very unique sound.
American Record Guide, March / April 2013
Admirably clear and detailed annotations for this superbly played and vividly recorded Genuin release.
Recording information: Studio 1, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich (2011-02-07_2011-02-09&2011-).
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Works DetailsCharpentier, Jacques : Études Karnatiques (72), for piano
- Performer: Michael Schäfer (Piano)
- Notes: Studio 1, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich (2011-02-07_2011-02-09&2011-)
- Running Time: 164 min. 24 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary