Within the framework of his complete Brahms cycle, Geoffroy Couteau presents an original program focusing on the trio Brahms formed with Robert and Clara Schumann, and on their relationship with Joseph Joachim. All these personalities lie at the heart of the conception of both the Concerto in D minor and the transcription of Bach's Chaconne; two works that also reveal their shared devotion to Bach. In close partnership with the Orchestre National de Metz, conducted by David Reiland, Geoffroy Couteau offers a clear and penetrating interpretation, as accessible as it is poetic, that concentrates on bringing out the spiritual purity of the music.
Within the framework of his complete Brahms cycle, Geoffroy Couteau presents an original program focusing on the trio Brahms formed with Robert and Clara Schumann, and on their relationship with Joseph Joachim. All these personalities lie at the heart of the conception of both the Concerto in D minor and the transcription of Bach's Chaconne; two works that also reveal their shared devotion to Bach. In close partnership with the Orchestre National de Metz, conducted by David Reiland, Geoffroy Couteau offers a clear and penetrating interpretation, as accessible as it is poetic, that concentrates on bringing out the spiritual purity of the music.
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Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1
Artist: Geoffroy Couteau
Format: CD
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1. Brhams: Piano Concerto in D Minor, Op. 15 I. Maestoso
2. Brhams: Piano Concerto in D Minor, Op. 15 II. Adagio
3. Brhams: Piano Concerto in D Minor, Op. 15 III. Rondo. Allegro ma non troppo
4. Brhams: Partita for violin solo in D Minor, BWV 1004 Chaconne (transcription by Brahms for piano left hand)

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Within the framework of his complete Brahms cycle, Geoffroy Couteau presents an original program focusing on the trio Brahms formed with Robert and Clara Schumann, and on their relationship with Joseph Joachim. All these personalities lie at the heart of the conception of both the Concerto in D minor and the transcription of Bach's Chaconne; two works that also reveal their shared devotion to Bach. In close partnership with the Orchestre National de Metz, conducted by David Reiland, Geoffroy Couteau offers a clear and penetrating interpretation, as accessible as it is poetic, that concentrates on bringing out the spiritual purity of the music.