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Dompierre: 24 Préludes [Audio CD] Alain Lefèvre and Francois Dompierre


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The Montreal pianist and composer Alain Lefèvre pursues a sparkling international career. He has performed in more than forty countries and tours repeatedly world-wide, performing to prestigious venues, in recital and with international orchestras. Mastering the language of each of these 24 preludes requires a sustained effort and great attention from the performer. It is a challenge to which Alain Lefèvre rose brilliantly. 24 preludes, one for each of the major and minor keys in the tonal system, composed by François Dompierre, drawing inspiration from jazz, pop music, and the broad repertoire of French piano music; it is both all of that and none of it. Le pianiste et compositeur montréalais Alain Lefèvre poursuit une brillante carrière internationale. Il a joué dans près d'une quarantaine de pays et se produit régulièrement sur les scènes prestigieuses du monde, avec orchestre et en récital. L'apprentissage du langage de chacun des 24 préludes exige un travail soutenu et une très grande attention de la part de l'interprète. C'est un défi qu'Alain Lefèvre relève ici brillamment. Vingt-quatre préludes, un pour chacune des tonalités majeures et mineures du système tonal, composés par François Dompierre qui s'inspire du jazz, des musiques populaires, du grand répertoire pianistique français, de tout et rien de cela. ---------- The Montreal pianist and composer Alain Lefèvre pursues a sparkling international career. He has performed in more than forty countries and tours repeatedly world-wide, performing to prestigious venues, in recital and with international orchestras. Mastering the language of each of these 24 preludes requires a sustained effort and great attention from the performer. It is a challenge to which Alain Lefèvre rose brilliantly. 24 preludes, one for each of the major and minor keys in the tonal system, composed by François Dompierre, drawing inspiration from jazz, pop music, and the broad repertoire of French piano music; it is both all of that and none of it.



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