Corentin Boissier: Two Piano Concertos and a Sonata

The phrase ‘unashamed Romantic’ might not have been coined for the French composer Corentin Boissier, born in the Paris suburbs in 1995, but it certainly fits him well. As the titles of his Glamour Concerto and Philip Marlowe Concerto suggest, he revels in the full-textured sound of 1940s and ’50s Hollywood, the golden age of Addinsell’s Warsaw Concerto, Rota’s Legend of the Glass Mountain and other such high-calorie classics. The Second Piano Sonata, the Sonata Appassionata, is no less Neo-Romantic, but has flecks of Russian colour, locating it downstream from Rachmaninov.

Valentina Seferinova, piano
Ukrainian Festival Orchestra (Tracks 1-3, 7-9)
John McLaughlin Williams, conductor (Tracks 1-3, 7-9)

Listen To This Recording:

    Glamour Concerto (2012; orch. 2016)

  1. I Glamour appassionato (Allegro)
  2. II Manhattan Waltz-Romance (Moderato, tempo di Valse Boston)
  3. III Spanish Lovers in Brooklyn (Andante – Allegro all’espagnola)
  4. Piano Sonata No. 2, Appassionata (2015)

  5. I Allegro impetuoso (quasi una fantasia)
  6. II Intermezzo: Andante espressivo
  7. III Finale: Allegro appassionato
  8. Philip Marlowe Concerto (2013; rev. 2018)

  9. I Allegro drammatico –
  10. II Lento (Passacaglia) –
  11. III Allegro feroce, tempo di toccata

FIRST RECORDINGS


This item will be released on 7 May 2021.
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Catalogue No: TOCC0569
EAN/UPC: 5060113445698
Release Date: 07.05.2021
Composer: Corentin Boissier
Artists: John McLaughlin Williams, Ukrainian Festival Orchestra, Valentina Seferinova

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