Beatrice Berrut: Untold Tales for piano (2022)

$30.69

Tax excluded|230 x 300 mm|32 pages
Preface (Japanese, English): Beatrice Berrut
Commissioned by the Fondation Pierre Gianadda, Martigny, Switzerland

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Untold Tales
In most of the tales we know, women have a role limited to naivety or wickedness. They wait for a Prince Charming’s kiss to start living, they are schemers, poisoners… The Untold Tales tell you about the women that the tales do not mention.(Commentary by Beatrice Berrut)

Untold Tales
1. Caring Step-mother.
2. Bipolar Mermaid.
3. She didn’t wait for his kiss to wake up.


Beatrice Berrut
The Swiss pianist Beatrice Berrut has forged a solid reputation as a Lisztian, as these lines from the newspaper Le Monde attest: “The programme is a condensed version of the Lisztian galaxy and the pianist an incarnation of the main figures of Olympus. From the hunter Diana who misses no expressive target with her Bösendorfer bow to the elusive Mercury who rises from virtuoso fingers”. Her discography pays tribute to the work of two great mystics: that of Bach (with her album Lux Aeterna, which mirrors Bach’s modernity with the music of Thierry Escaich) and that of Liszt, to whom she has devoted three recordings, exploring in turn his mature work, his concertante work and his late work. Her latest recording is devoted to the art of transcription and paraphrase, and presents works by Mahler and Schönberg in a new form, revisited by her pen. Beatrice Berrut is regularly invited as a soloist by orchestras such as the Dortmund Philharmonic, the English Chamber Orchestra, the Orchestre National des Pays de la Loire, the Saarländisches Staatsorchester, the Hofkapelle Meiningen, the Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra to name but a few, She has performed in such venues as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Konzerthaus Dortmund, the Wigmore Hall in London, the Tonhalle Zürich, the Tianjin National Theatre, Preston Bradley Hall in Chicago, the Ravinia Festival and the Teatro Coliseo in Buenos Aires.

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Weight250 g
Dimensions300 × 230 × 3 mm
HSCODE

490199

Originating Country

Japan

Warehouse country

Japan