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Helene Grimaud - Water (2016)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at March 14, 2016
Helene Grimaud - Water (2016)

Helene Grimaud - Water (2016)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 228 MB | MP3 320Kbps CBR | 156 MB | 1 CD | Full Scans
Genre: Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon | Catalog Number: 002442702

One of the world’s most celebrated pianists, renowned for the emotional intensity of her interpretations, Hélène Grimaud presents a beautiful, haunting call to nature – ‘WATER’ is an evocative, experimental, deeply personal project combining Hélène’s two greatest passions: music and nature

Helene Grimaud - Water (2016) [Official Digital Download]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by HDV at Feb. 28, 2016
Helene Grimaud - Water (2016) [Official Digital Download]

Hélène Grimaud - Water (2016)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 57:29 minutes | 477 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

On this release, Hélène performs all water-themed, romantic and contemporary classical pieces by composers such as Liszt, Debussy, Ravel and more, who all shared a fascination for Water. In addition to these traditional evocations of rivers, lakes, seas, snowflakes, and raindrops, the album also reflects a contemporary perspective on water and the lack thereof.

Helene Grimaud - The Warner Recordings: Box Set 6CDs (2014)  

Posted by Discograf_man at Feb. 8, 2016
Helene Grimaud - The Warner Recordings: Box Set 6CDs (2014)

Helene Grimaud - The Warner Recordings: Box Set 6CDs (2014)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 875 Mb
Label: Warner Classics | Release Year: 2014

With a flawless technique, a delicate touch and playing of poetic expressivity, the French pianist Hélène Grimaud has quickly become one of the most important musicians of her generation. Virtuosic gifts aside, her deep commitment to human rights and the protection of endangered species, among other causes – along with her radiant personality and charm, have won her fans beyond the world of classical music lovers.
Richard Strauss & Maurice Ravel (Vladimir Jurowski/ Helene Grimaud) (2010) [Blu-ray]

Richard Strauss & Maurice Ravel (Vladimir Jurowski/ Helene Grimaud) (2010)
Blu-ray | BDMV | MPEG-2 Video / 21960 kbps / 1080i / 29.970 fps / 16:9 | 20.63 GB
Audio: German / LPCM Audio / 2.0 / 48 kHz / 1536 kbps / 16-bit;
German / DTS-HD Master Audio / 5.1 / 48 kHz / 4256 kbps / 24-bit (DTS Core: 5.1 / 48 kHz / 1509 kbps / 24-bit)
Classical, Orchestral, Piano | Length: 01:21:00 | Nitroflare/Uploadable

Hélène Grimaud - Ritorno a Salem (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by futon2009 at Nov. 11, 2014
Hélène Grimaud - Ritorno a Salem (repost)

Hélène Grimaud - Ritorno a Salem
Bollati Boringhieri | 2014 | EPUB | Pages 117 | ISBN: 8833925595 | 1 MB

Di ritorno da una prova difficile, la celebre pianista Hélène Grimaud entra in un negozio di antiquariato e trova un piccolo tesoro: una chiave, uno specchio appartenuto a Lewis Carroll, e un manoscritto composto da spartiti e pagine di prosa firmato Karl Würth, pseudonimo di Brahms. È il racconto di un viaggio a Rügen, isola nordica dominata da un silenzio irreale, privo di voci di animali, che esercita sull’autore un fascino colmo di terrore. Hélène trova una serie di similitudini tra il viaggio di Brahms, e l’incontro del compositore con un lupo, e il proprio percorso di ricerca sul destino ecologico del mondo, che l’ha condotta a creare un rifugio per lupi a Salem, NY. Colpita dal carattere «fatale» di tutte quelle coincidenze, anche Hélène decide di ritornare ai suoi lupi, nella città, Salem, che come Rügen è legata alla storia della stregoneria.

Hélène Grimaud - Ritorno a Salem  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by SSCN1926 at Sept. 4, 2014
Hélène Grimaud - Ritorno a Salem

Hélène Grimaud - Ritorno a Salem
Italian | Bollati Boringhieri | 2014 | PDF/EPUB | Pages 117 | ISBN: 8833925595 | 4.70 Mb
Helene Grimaud - Credo (2003/2014) [High Fidelity Pure Audio Blu-Ray Disc]

Hélène Grimaud - Credo (2003/2014)
BDAudio Rip > FLAC: 2.0 Stereo, Tracks 24bit/96kHz | 66:30 minutes | Sourced Track - LPCM 2.0 Stereo | 1,45 GB

This surprising program is a joy through and through. It begins with a 1985 work by John Corigliano (Fantasia on an Ostinato) that uses the slow-movement theme from Beethovens Seventh Symphony and then later flies off into wonderfully emotion-filled directions. Next come Beethovens Tempest sonata, played with just the right drama, and his fabulous Choral Fantasy, op. 80, which is part sonata, part study for the 9th symphony. Pianist Grimaud plays the Fantasy with alternating delicacy and power, and the disc ends with Arvo Parts Credo, scored for piano solo, mixed chorus, and orchestra. This last piece is rich and complex, and in some ways encompasses the previous works emotions and textures; those who think of Part as the quiet, holy minimalist, are in for a treat, and perhaps shock. Grimaud is simply magnificent regardless of the century or style; the beauty of her tone is surpassed only by its expressiveness. Esa Pekka Salonen leads the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Choir handsomely. This is a very special disc, a must for your collection.
(Fr5) Empreintes : Hélène Grimaud, cet amour de la musique (2012){Re-UP}

(Fr5) Empreintes : Hélène Grimaud, cet amour de la musique (2012){Re-UP}
TNT-Rip by Clo2 | French | 53min | 608 x 344 | 25.000 fps | Avi | MPEG-4 XviD @ 795 Kbps | MP3 @ 112 Kbps | 350 MB
Genre : Documentaire

Le monde de la musique est son monde. Hélène Grimaud est "entrée en musique" comme on entre en religion : avec ferveur, passion. Très tôt, ses parents, décelant une "hyperactivité", l’inscrivent à un cours de musique. C’est le coup de foudre : un monde s’ouvre et s’éclaire. Elle passe entre les mains de Pierre Barbizet, au conservatoire de Marseille, poursuit son apprentissage au conservatoire de Paris (avec une dispense d’âge pour y entrer), enregistre un premier disque consacré à Rachmaninov à 15 ans. Son territoire ? Les romantiques. Mais pas seulement.

Hélène Grimaud Plays Bach (2009)  

Posted by pgf000 at Dec. 18, 2010
Hélène Grimaud Plays Bach (2009)

Hélène Grimaud Plays Bach (2009)
EAC Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | 260 MB | no scans
Classical/Piano | Deutsche Grammophon | 76:02

Helene Grimaud presents her first-ever Bach recording! Once again, charismatic Helene Grimaud presents an album with an individual concept. Bach vs. Bach Transcribed brings together original keyboard works by the master with works by Bach arranged (transcribed) for the piano by pianist-composers of later generations: Busoni, Liszt & Rachmaninov. This is the first time that Hélène Grimaud has recorded Bach - a challenge for any musician. The repertoire includes the famous Well-Tempered Clavier II and the Concerto no. 1 in D minor, the latter performed with Grimaud's regular collaborators, the Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. Bach "Transcribed" features the Bach/Busoni version of the Chaconne in D minor, the Violin Partita in E major arranged for piano by Rachmaninov, and Liszt's version of the Prelude and Fugue in A minor. A landmark project in Grimaud's successful career, this recording is bound to be a best-seller.
Hélène Grimaud - Credo: Corigliano, Beethoven, Pärt (2004)

Esa-Pekka Salonen, Hélène Grimaud & Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra - Credo: Corigliano, Beethoven, Pärt (2004)
EAC Rip | FLAC +CUE+LOG | 258 MB | no scans
MP3 CBR 320kbps | 158 MB
Classic Piano/Orchestra | Decca | 56:19

There are all sorts of correspondences, musical and otherwise, that confer unity on this eclectic mix of works. John Corigliano's Fantasia, given a smashing performance by Grimaud that milks every ounce of poetry and mystery from its quieter moments, is based on the Allegretto of Beethoven's Seventh (just as Pärt's Credo quotes Bach). Both Beethoven's Choral Fantasy and Pärt's Credo are written for the unusual combination of piano, chorus, and orchestra, and both in their different ways seek to bring order from chaos (or in musical terms contrast "improvisation" with "composed" music). The odd man out here (conceptually at least) is Beethoven's Tempest Sonata, in which Grimaud finds similar qualities via its supposed inspiration in Shakespeare's eponymous play. In any case, it takes no special pleading to include two works by the same composer, and its inclusion makes for a thoughtful and attractive concept album that not incidentally keeps the focus squarely on Grimaud.