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Helen Grimaud: Water

Item #: 521577

Quick Overview

On this release, Hélène performs all water-themed, romantic and contemporary classical pieces by composers such as Liszt, Debussy, Ravel and more, who all shared a fascination for Water.

In addition to these traditional evocations of rivers, lakes, seas, snowflakes, and raindrops, the album also reflects a contemporary perspective on water and the lack thereof. These elements are woven into the album narrative through musical Water Transitions ambient soundscapes composed, recorded and produced by Nitin Sawhney, a celebrated world-class producer, songwriter, DJ, multi-instrumentalist, orchestral composer and cultural pioneer.

Reaffirming her role as one of classical music's most captivating performers, combined with her sense of commitment to the ecological and humanitarian challenges of our day, this project underscores Grimaud's contention that - there are two significant measures of a society: how we support culture and how we treat our environment.
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Format: CD
Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Release Date: 2016

  1. Berio Wasserklavier
  2. Sawhney Water - Transition 1
  3. Takemitsu Rain Tree Sketch II
  4. Sawhney Water - Transition 2
  5. Fauré Barcarolle No. 5
  6. Sawhney Water - Transition 3
  7. Ravel Jeux d' eau
  8. Sawhney Water - Transition 4
  9. Albéniz Almeria
  10. Sawhney Water - Transition 5
  11. Liszt Les Jeux d' eaux à la Villa d' Este
  12. Sawhney Water - Transition 6
  13. Janácek In the Mists: No. 1
  14. Sawhney Water - Transition 7
  15. Debussy La Cathédrale engloutie
  16. Bonus Water Reflections

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