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Alles Walzer, einmal anders! - Deliyska

Alles Walzer, einmal anders! - Deliyska

Challenge Classics  CC 72841

Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid

Classical - Instrumental


Franz Schubert: 5 Waltzes from 36 Original Dances, D. 365
Franz Liszt: Soirée de Vienne, S. 427 No. 6, Mephisto Walzer
Josef Strauss: Wiener Kinder
Adolf Schulz-Evler: Arabesken über 'An der schönen blauen Donau' von Johann Strauss
György Ligeti: Tempo di Valse from Musica Ricerata
Bela Bartók: 14 Bagatelles, Sz. 38
Claude Debussy: La plus que lente
Maurice Ravel: La Valse

Dora Deliyska, piano


Dora Delyska: "A waltz is a simple dance, a gentle movement. It has a clear structure and distinct rhythm.

In my project “Alles Walzer, einmal anders! “, I have tried to build up a complex program around the simplicity of the dance. All the pieces are connected to the waltz, by name, rhythm or a sound image. But each one has an individual structure and creates its own universe of emotions. The significant waltzing rhythm (¾ time) is the core, that unites all the compositions from beginning till the very last piece, which creates a clear musical line and a feeling of completeness.

The first association one has with a waltz and maybe the most famous one, is the Viennese one - moving gently, in elegant clothing, the dancing couple is driven by the inner pulsation of the waltz. The phrase “Alles Walzer” is being said just before the couple enters the dance floor and marks the beginning of the waltz (in Austria). It is the brief moment when expectation turns into action, when silence melts into the music.

The second part of the title “einmal anders” (once on a different way) refers to the different side of the waltz, that is represented on this CD by less known compositions, such as waltzes by Ligeti, Bartok and Debussy.

My CD has the goal to show a different perspective of the waltz and bring the audience to an unexpected musical journey, full of strong emotions and distinct rhythm."

 

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