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Brightness, delicateness, rigour, introspection, restrained emotion, ... Masterful interpretation by HISAKO HISEKI!

17/01/2016

We have prepared a selection of the concert that Hisako Hiseki gave in Tokyo. In the Hamarikyu Asahi hall, 16th April 2015, with works by Granados, Albéniz, Yoshimatsu and Brahms.

 

We invite you to listen to the masterful interpretation by Hisako Hiseki, live:

 

Those videos can be found in the videos section of Hisako Hiseki's web and also in Youtube.

 

The works you can listen to are:

  • "Andalusa" from "Danses espanyoles" op. 37 by Enric Granados
  • "Queixes o la maca i el rossinyol" from "Goyescas" by Enric Granados
  • "Pavana-Capritx" Op. 12 by Isaac Albéniz
  • Yoshimatsu: "Four Little Dream Songs": "Spring: Dream Song on May"
  • Johannes Brahms: "Klavierstücke Op.118":
  •         1 Intermezzo A-moll
  •         2 Intermezzo A-Dur
  •         3 Ballade G-moll.
  •         5 Romanç F-Dur
  •         6 Intermezzo És-Dur

A brief tour through the composers performed in the concert: Granados, Albéniz, Yoshimatsu and Brahms.

 

About this concert it also has been said:

"She finished with " Klavierstücke Op.118 ", by Brahms, played with sadly restrained seriousness which arrived directly to the spectators and without a doubt is going to be remembered by the people attending."
Akemi Hara, in Ongakunotomosya

"Hiseki provided to them a limpid and linear touch, as if she were playing a celesta. She kept the highs and lows to the minimum, with an exceptional articulation which agreed perfectly with the created atmosphere by the works of Yoshimatsu".
Masahiko Takatsuka, in Ongakugendai

 

We give to you here a couple of different samples from the concert, that we find flawless and will not leave you indifferent:

With the intense melancholy of "Intermezzo in La Major", the 2nd of the 6 pieces for piano by Johannes Brahms (Klavierstücke. Op. 118):

 

And with the refinement, elegance and the clear technical brightness that Hisako Hiseki introduces in the score by Isaac Albéniz: "Pavana-Capritx Op. 12":

 

 

 

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