Daniel Hope – Belle Époque [2CD] (2020) • Deutsche Grammophon [24-bit/96Khz]

If there was a soundtrack to the age the paintings of Klimt, Monet, Renoir and Munch, this new album from Daniel Hope – titled “Belle Époque” after the era in which the music was written – would be it. Daniel Hope – Belle Époque [2CD] (2020) • Deutsche Grammophon [24-bit/96Khz] bővebben

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Daniel Hope  – Journey to Mozart (2018) Deutsche Grammophon

Ha valaki Daniel Hope (1973) brit hegedűs munkássága iránt érdeklődik, kattintson csak rá nyugodtan a művész weboldalára, s mindjárt az elején egy Jim Carrey-t elhomályosító mosoly fogadja. Meg egy halom adat arra vonatkozóan, mekkora tehetséggel, fantasztikus zsenivel is van dolga. Daniel Hope  – Journey to Mozart (2018) Deutsche Grammophon bővebben

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Recomposed by Max Richter – Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (2012) Deutsche Grammophon

Max Richter vette a bátorságot és újraálmodta, mai szóhasználattal élve remixelte a Négy évszakot. Daniel Hope szóló hegedül, aki a mai kor egyik legtehetségesebb hegedűművésze. Recomposed by Max Richter – Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (2012) Deutsche Grammophon bővebben

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Daniel Hope – AIR – a baroque journey (2009) Deutsche Grammophon

Daniel Hope’s adventurous spirit this time leads him into repertoire that’s familiar to Baroque violinists but which few “modern” players have ventured into: that of the 17th-century virtuosi who took the first steps in making the fiddle the concert instrument it is now. To judge from his impeccably stylish performances, Hope has the music-making of period colleagues ringing in his ears; but although there’s more than a touch of the Hespèrions, for instance, about his bubbling, percussion-enhanced accounts of Falconieri and Ortiz, it would be wrong to suggest that he’s “playing at Baroque” rather than creating something that’s individual and true to himself. Daniel Hope – AIR – a baroque journey (2009) Deutsche Grammophon bővebben

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Daniel Hope – Spheres (2013) Deutsche Grammophon

When I was a boy, the only thing which captivated me as much as music was the night sky. At the age of eight I bought my first telescope and would spend hours gazing at the moon and stars. I remember thinking what it must have been like when man first realized that we were only a very small part of the overall picture. When I was in my teens, Yehudi Menuhin, who was at work on his project The Music of Man, introduced me to the great astronomer Carl Sagan. It was Sagan who first opened my eyes to the magnitude of the universe, and essentially to the notion of “music of the spheres”. (D.H.) Daniel Hope – Spheres (2013) Deutsche Grammophon bővebben

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Daniel Hope – For Seasons (2017) Deutsche Grammophon

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Twenty years ago I came up with a concept that I called “For Seasons”. Since then it has evolved. Mankind has been fascinated by the seasons for an eternity. Hippocrates advised, “Look to the seasons when choosing your cures”; Albert Camus reflected: “In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” The quarterly divisions of the year are characterized by weather, the hours of daylight, the chang-es in nature and the cumulative effect of these on mankind, flora and fauna. This album takes Viv-aldi’s masterpiece one step further – by placing it in the context of a 21st-century climatic response: the 12 months are each represented by a specific piece of music. And in turn, 12 visual artists respond to the music and to the seasons. bővebben

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