... a little z.o.o.
Peter Constant and Marion Schaap. Following on from their recently released and highly acclaimed CDs, "A Sympathetic Resonance" and "Light on the Edge", the brilliant Z.O.O. Duo have recorded a delightful selection of guitar duos by well known classical composers.
Includes Schumann's "Album für die Jugend", "Toccata" by Pierre Petit, Granados' "Intermedio" from Goyescas and "Mouvements Perpetuels" by Françis Poulenc.
CD single: 11 tracks, 25 minutes of music.
Z.O.O. Duo, an original, classical guitar duo, features talented guitarists Peter Constant and Marion Schaap, directors of guitar at the Victorian College of the Arts.
- Melodie 1:05
- Nachklänge aus dem Theater 1:21
- Knecht Ruprecht 2:01
- Winterszeit 2:35
- Erinnerung 1:43
- Toccata Pierre Petit 6:10
- Intermedio from "Goyescas" Enrique Granados 4:41
- Assez modéré 1:26
- Très modéré 1:25
- Alerte 2:53
- Micro Pieza Leo Brouwer 3:13
Album für die Jugend op.68 Robert Schumann
Mouvements Perpétuels Francis Poulenc
Robert Schumann was a German composer, aesthete and influential music critic. He is regarded as one of the greatest and most representative composers of the Romantic era.
Born in Lerida in 1867, Enrique Granados studied the piano and composition in Barcelona and then in Paris, returning to Barcelona in 1889. He won distinction as a pianist and popularity in Spain with his contributions to the form of zarzuela.
Where to buy
- List price
- $10.00 AUD
- Total playing time
- 28 minutes 33 seconds
- Catalogue number
- MCD 108
- EAN 9314574010824