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For years the star cellist and Opus Klassik laureate Raphaela Gromes has taken up the cause of women composers. Three of her albums, acclaimed by critics and listeners alike, have featured music by unknown women composers, and she maintains a long-term working relationship with the "Frau und Musik" Archive in Frankfurt. So it is only natural that her new double album, FEMMES, should lend a voice to outstanding women from nine centuries of music history. No fewer than 23 woman composers found their way onto the double album, from Hildegard of Bingen to Clara Schumann all the way to Lera Auerbach and Billie Eilish, not to mention such famous operatic figures as Susanna from Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro or Bizet's Carmen.
For years the star cellist and Opus Klassik laureate Raphaela Gromes has taken up the cause of women composers. Three of her albums, acclaimed by critics and listeners alike, have featured music by unknown women composers, and she maintains a long-term working relationship with the "Frau und Musik" Archive in Frankfurt. So it is only natural that her new double album, FEMMES, should lend a voice to outstanding women from nine centuries of music history. No fewer than 23 woman composers found their way onto the double album, from Hildegard of Bingen to Clara Schumann all the way to Lera Auerbach and Billie Eilish, not to mention such famous operatic figures as Susanna from Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro or Bizet's Carmen.
196587107123

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Format: CD
Label: SONY IMPORT
Rel. Date: 02/10/2023
UPC: 196587107123

Femmes
Artist: Raphaela Gromes / Festival Strings Lucerne
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. O virtus sapientiae (Arr. for Cello ; Orchestra by Julian Riem) - Gromes, Raphaela ; Festival Strings Lucerne ; Daniel Dodds
2. Talestri: Da me ti dividi (Arr. for Cello ; Orchestra by Julian Riem) - Gromes, Raphaela ; Festival Strings Lucerne ; Daniel Dod
3. Dido and Aeneas, Z. 626: When I am Laid in Earth (Dido's Lament, Arr. for Cello ; Orchestra by Julian Riem) - Gromes, Raphaela ;
4. Le nozze di Figaro, K.492: Deh vieni non tardar - Festival Strings Lucerne
5. 3 Romances, Op. 22: III. Leidenschaftlich schnell (Arr. for Cello ; Orchestra by Julian Riem) - Festival Strings Lucerne
6. Six Morceaux, VWV 3003: II. Bohemienne (Arr. for Cello ; Orchestra by Julian Riem) - Festival Strings Lucerne
7. Six Morceaux, VWV 3003: I. Romance (Arr. for Cello ; Orchestra by Julian Riem) - Festival Strings Lucerne
8. Six Morceaux, VWV 3003: VI. Tarantelle (Arr. for Cello ; Orchestra by Julian Riem) - Festival Strings Lucerne
9. I. Speranze - Festival Strings Lucerne
10. II. Solitudine
11. III. Allegrezze
12. Suite for Cello and String Orchestra. II. Aria - Gromes, Raphaela ; Festival Strings Lucerne ; Daniel Dodds
13. Carmen Fantasie (After Georges Bizet: Carmen, GB 9/WD 31) - Festival Strings Lucerne
14. Adoration (Arr. for Cello ; Orchestra by Julian Riem) - Festival Strings Lucerne
15. I. Modere
16. II. Sans vitesse et a l'aise
17. III. Vite et nerveusement rythmee
18. Deux Morceaux: I. Nocturne (Arr. for Cello ; Piano by Julian Riem) - Gromes, Raphaela ; Julian Riem
19. Nuit etoilee (Arr. for Cello ; Piano by Julian Riem)
20. Impressions: II. Nuit calme
21. Berceuse (Arr. for Cello ; Piano by Julian Riem)
22. Sicilienne
23. Fantasia in G Minor
24. Danse Hongroise, Op. 51
25. Romanze, Op. 35
26. Epilog
27. Mazovian Dance
28. 4 Sketches, Op. 15: III. Dreaming - Gromes, Raphaela ; Julian Riem
29. Las Tarantulas
30. Postludium
31. Chocolat Suite
32. Miss Celie's Blues
33. No Time to Die - Gromes, Raphaela ; Julian Riem

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For years the star cellist and Opus Klassik laureate Raphaela Gromes has taken up the cause of women composers. Three of her albums, acclaimed by critics and listeners alike, have featured music by unknown women composers, and she maintains a long-term working relationship with the "Frau und Musik" Archive in Frankfurt. So it is only natural that her new double album, FEMMES, should lend a voice to outstanding women from nine centuries of music history. No fewer than 23 woman composers found their way onto the double album, from Hildegard of Bingen to Clara Schumann all the way to Lera Auerbach and Billie Eilish, not to mention such famous operatic figures as Susanna from Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro or Bizet's Carmen.
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