| Two Genius of RomantismSolo Piano
Blandine Waldmann, piano
“A pianist of great merit…”
During a concert with this program at the Saint Etienne Church in 2014 in Bar-le-Duc, France.Journal Est Républicain
BRAHMS (1833 – 1897)
Three intermezzi op.117
Fantasia op.116 n°7 Capriccio
LISZT (1811 – 1886)
Sonata in B minor
The romantic era is a veritable minefield for the piano repertoire!
It is also an era where two distinct aesthetics are clearly marked by the prevalence of two composers:
BRAHMS and LISZT.
As much in the musical structure as in the evolution of the harmony, the notorious differences between the conservative romanticist of Brahms and the romantic progressivism of Lizst and Wagner were consolidated around 1850.
In this recital, you will be captivated by the major works of these two genius composers.
| Video excerpts of this concert