Notes & Reviews:
Jean-Frédéric Neuburger's exceptional musical aptitude was evident from an early age. Since being recognized by the Académie Maurice Ravel at the age of 15, he has been the laureate of numerous international competitions and won the 2006 Young Concert Artists International Auditions held in New York. For his seventh recording for Mirare, Neuburger turns to his countryman Ravel, offering a recital of the composer's uniquely atmospheric music for solo piano.
American Record Guide, July/August 2014
The two more brilliant pianists (Neuburger and Lim, along with Mary Towse-Beck in Collections) offer the Valses Nobles et Sentimentales. This is a work I have spent a lot of time at the piano with, and I recall a quite memorable concert performance by De Larrocha. Again, all here are good, but Neuburger has the rhythmic flexibility and nuances while never losing sight of the waltz. Neuburger includes the big, late suite of pieces collectively called Le Tombeau de Couperin. This is another work near and dear to my heart that has consumed hundreds of hours of my practice time over the years.
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