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Veronika Ponzer, harp


amb 96900
EAN 4011392969000

André Caplet (1878-1925): I À la française (Bien allégrement et carré)
II À l'espagnole (Avec galbe et très drapé
Alphonse Hasselmans (1845-1912): La Source, op. 44, Ètude pour la Harpe (Andantino)
Louis Spohr (1784-1859): Phantasie, op. 35 in c-Moll
Jean-Michel Damase (*1928): Sicilienne variée
Elias Parish Alvars (1808-1849): Romances
Benjamin Britten (1913-1976): Suite for Harp, op. 83
Felix Godefroid (1818-1897): Carnaval de Venise, op. 184

“... When the musician succeeds,
at the creative moment of a musical work,
in fi lling its heart with life,
the music will reach its listeners.”

„My dear, you’ve got to grow with the pieces!“
a sentence of Ursula Lentrodt‘s that has stayed with me. As a child, I was certainly surprised by this remark. Over the years, I‘ve made it more and more my own. The pieces grow, mature and change with ones own life. We now have the current recording with works by
ELIAS PARISH ALVARS called the „Liszt of the Harp“ by Berlioz
FELIX GODEFROID a grandmaster amongst harpists
ALPHONSE HASSELMANS outstanding harpist and teacher
LOUIS SPOHR husband of Dorette Scheidler, a virtuoso harpist
JEAN-MICHEL DAMASE son of Micheline Kahn, a renowned harpist
ANDRÉ CAPLET dedicated the Divertissement à l‘espangnole to Micheline Kahn
BENJAMIN BRITTEN composed the Suite op. 83 for his friend Osian Ellis,
all composers who through their intense intimacy with the harp wrote the most fi ttingly for it. For me, music from my life, to be animated with the utmost of fi nesse.
Veronika Ponzer
Translation: Alan Mackanzie