add to wish list | library

5 of 5 recommend this,
would you recommend it?

yes | no

Support this site by purchasing from these vendors using the links provided below. As an Amazon Associate earns from qualifying purchases.

Discussion: La Belle Époque - Duo Lechner Tiempo

Posts: 4

Post by Polly Nomial August 31, 2009 (1 of 4)
Just a quick warning - the multi-channel layer that is supposed to be present is non-existent on my copy. A shame for the playing is very enjoyable...

Post by Polly Nomial September 1, 2009 (2 of 4)
I have since learnt from Avanti that there is an error on the labelling of the packaging - it is meant to be stereo only.

Post by Avanticlassic September 17, 2009 (3 of 4)
Dear Polly Nomial,

Your remark is unfair : Every product of la Belle Epoque is stickered on it's front cover with a big Logo Hybrid Stereo - Super Audo CD. There is no mistake on our side.
Multi award sound engineer Yarek Frankowski with artistic director Aline Blondiau decided to use only the stereo channels as the result was the most natural to them with this technology.

Kindest Regards.

Post by Avanticlassic September 17, 2009 (4 of 4)
Some more infos on La BELLE EPOQUE with Duo Lechner Tiempo :

The latest release from avanticlassic features siblings Karin Lechner and Sergio Tiempo in an extraordinary recital of celebrated French Music for piano duo or two pianos.

Karin and Sergio are two of the best soloists of their generation. Their acclaimed soloist careers did not prevent them from keeping a place for piano duo. It is always a musical highlight when both brother and sister join forces to offer us a truly virtuosic but also highly inspired moment of music.

Their first album for avanticlassic focuses on one of the most interesting musical periods in France history: La Belle Époque. With Scaramouche from Darius Milhaud, Daphnis and Chloé by Maurice Ravel, Dolly by Gabriel Fauré, two Nocturnes from Debussy and a haunting la Valse from Maurice Ravel, they chose an inspired program displaying the intimacy, the magic, but also the fascinating musical concepts arising from this culturally rich era.

This edition also includes an exclusive DVD featuring Insights of a Duo, directed by Joachim Thôme ( plus Night Recordings, a documentary on Karin Lechner and Sergio Tiempo.