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Image Il Fondamento - Bach, Albinoni, Fasch: Suites, Con
In 2014, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the baroque orchestra Il Fondamento.

Founded in Belgium by the oboist Paul Dombrecht - renown for his vast knowledge of historical instruments and his interpretation of baroque music -, the ensemble has gained an international interpretation, confronting less-known works with masterpieces by composers such as Händel, Bach... Fuga Libera celebrates this anniversary with a set of three recordings: orchestral overtures for strings and winds by Johann Heinrich Fasch, oboe concertos by the famous Venetian composer Albinoni, and the orchestral suites by the immortal Johann Sebastian Bach. Enjoy these wonderful recordings, highly acclaimed by the international press (Diapason d'or, R10 Classica, Supersonic pizzicato...)!

59,95 €
Image String Quartet
Quatuor Danel
Francette Bartholomée, Daniel Blumenthal

The Danel Quartet has marked these past few years with two complete cycles of reference: Shostakovich and Weinberg. But the genes are French, and Debussy is the mother tongue. Paying homage to the composer of Pelléas in 2012 was all the more natural in that the quartet is based in Brussels, a city that played an important role in the composer's development.

The Quartet, dedicated to the Ysaÿe Quartet, was played there in the winter of 1894; and the Danses were commissioned by the Brussels Royal Conservatory for its chromatic harp class, a magical instrument of which Francette Bartholomée is the attentive guardian. As for the Trio, a youthful score long ignored, its resurrection owes something to Daniel Blumenthal. So it is into their garden that the performers invite us to savour a refined repast.

19,95 €
Image Slavic Soul
It was in Prague and Brno, the two largest cities in what is now the Czech Republic, that Antonín Dvorák and Leoš Janácek – the principal representatives of the nineteenth-century Czech national school, along with Bedrich Smetana – launched their respective compositional careers. While Janácek, thirteen years younger than Dvorák, saw the latter as a father figure, the two men shared the same poetic Slavic soul. Indeed, Janácek said of Dvorák: ‘I could exchange his personality for his works; it is as if his melodies came straight from my heart. Nothing can ever break such a bond.’ In his fourth solo recording for Fuga Libera, Jan Michiels places this shared Slavic consciousness and musicality in the perspective of the almost filial relationship between the two composers, for example by interspersing the pieces from two eminently lyrical cycles: Dvorák’s Poetic Tone Pictures op.85 (1889) and Janácek’s On an Overgrown Path, JW VIII/17 (1900-11).

19,95 €
Image Complete Melodies
8,99 €
Image Melodia Sentimental
Krzysztof Meisinger, guitar
Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Andrew Haveron, solo violin
José Maria Florêncio, conductor

19,95 €
Image Cello Concerto
Didier Poskin, cello
KBS Symphony Orchestra / Patrick Davin

The 'Paganini of the cello': that was how Berlioz and Rossini rated François Servais, one of the principal architects of the development of cello technique in the nineteenth century. Like Paganini, he wrote a substantial concert repertoire for his instrument, thus making up for the dearth of specific cello literature in the Romantic period; and it is a great joy to discover some of his key concertante works here, performed by one of his most eminent interpreters.

Ably supported by the orchestra of the Korean Broadcasting System under the baton of Patrick Davin, who has already been much admired for his contribution to the recording of the complete Vieuxtemps violin concertos, here is a discovery that should excite all lovers of panache and diabolical virtuosity!

19,95 €
Image Les Poetes Maudits
In 1884, Paul Verlaine published an anthology entitled Les poetes maudits, a work paying homage to French Parnassianism and giving meaning to the concept of the poete maudit (accursed poet), so specific to the period towards the end of the nineteenth century and to the angst of its writers. Their names – Verlaine, Baudelaire, Rimbaud, de Lautreamont, Corbiere, de Nerval and Mallarme – and their existential malaise are reflected in the works of the musicians of their time. This is Inge Spinette’s fifth release with Fuga Libera, and this time she is joined by the talented soprano Lore Binon. In this album, the duo focus on the enduring link between poetry and music, applying their talents to works by Claude Debussy and Reynaldo Hahn, in dialogue with the American composer George Crumb. They create a perfect alchemy in which the hues of these composers are revealed in all their delicate nuances.

19,95 €
Image Deconstructing the Wall
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Image Feasts of Fear
Het Collectief
Liesbeth Devos, soprano
Vykintas Baltakas, conductor

After recording the music of the Belgian composer Bart Vanhecke (released on Fuga Libera FUG 706), Het Collectief decided to devote a second project to a young Belgian composer, Bram Van Camp. For this recording, the ensemble is augmented by the Lithuanian conductor Vykintas Baltakas, the Belgian soprano Liesbeth Devos, and three guest musicians. They perform Improvisations for Solo Violin (violin: Wiebert Aerts), Music for Three Instruments, and the song cycle De feesten van angst en pijn on poems by Paul Van Ostaijen. Bram Van Camp's music has its roots in the music of Bartók, Stravinsky, and Berg, but is also influenced by the colours of jazz. His works are premiered at international venues such as Ars Musica and the Flanders Festival, notably by Het Collectief, who gave the first performances of all three pieces recorded here.

19,95 €
Image Mélodies Fin-de-siècle
Gathered around Saint-Saëns’ Danse macabre, you’ll discover an unknown aspect of the French mélodie of the Fin-de-siècle. Based on sometimes very intimate text by Rimbaud, Baudelaire or Verhaeren, among others, these crepuscular works externalized, one Century ago already, the existential malaise of the mankind facing the Progress. The rare Contralto tone of Sarah Laulan, laureate at prestigious Queen Elisabeth International Competition and at the Geneva International Competition, and associated artist at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, serve the ambiguity of these mélodies, that deploy by turns onirism, darkness, but also humour, provocation and cynicism. Inside the booklet, an enriched iconography based on Félicien Rops’ works reminds with sweetness and emotion this time of artistic claim – more newsworthy than ever.

19,95 €
Image Piano Sonata No. 2 & 24 Preludes, Op. 34
19,95 €
Image Variations on a theme of Frank Bridge, etc.
19,95 €
Image Symphonies Nos. 1 & 6
12,95 €
Image Le Musicien de L’Amour (The Musician of Love)
19,95 €
Image Orlane-Cabaret
8,99 €
Image Banalités
19,95 €
Image Divertimenti K247 & 334
19,95 €
Image Kaleidocope
Kaleidoscope. That single word encapsulates Elsa Grether’s aim in her new album: to illustrate the full expressive range of her violin by exploring its repertory in all its stylistic diversity. From Bach’s famous Chaconne to Tôn Th?t Ti?t’s contemporary idiom in Metal Terre Eau, by way of Eugène Ysaÿe, Aram Khachaturian, Arthur Honegger and Isaac Albeniz, the violinist’s third release for Fuga Libera offers a cocktail of colours and timbres. She charms her listeners with an invariably elegant sound and firmly sculpted lines as she invites us to explore this multifaceted instrument. A voyage of discovery across time, space and aesthetics that will appeal to the widest audience!

19,95 €
Image Symphonie espagnole
Nikita Boriso-Glebsky, violin
Jean-Philippe Collard, piano
Sinfonia Varsovia / Augustin Dumay

For this sixth volume of Fuga Libera's collection 'Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth', we again find the magnificent Sinfonia Varsovia under the direction of Augustin Dumay, whose disciple Nikita Boriso-Glebsky has the place of honour, as in the Vieuxtemps set (FUG 575) where he excelled in the 3rd Concerto.

Winner of the Sibelius and Fritz Kreisler competitions in 2010, and prize-winner at the Tchaikovsky, Queen Elisabeth and Montreal competitions, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky is one of the surest talents of his generation.

Here he offers a particularly welcome programme since, alongside the famous, colourful Symphonie espagnole, we find pieces that are infinitely less well known, such as the Sonata for violin and piano in which Jean-Philippe Collard matches the young Russian violinist with sparkling keyboard playing: the occasion to recall that Lalo was a pioneer of chamber music in France.

19,95 €
Image Concerto for violin, piano & string orchestra, Op.
19,95 €
Image Second Move
19,95 €
Image Goldberg's Ghost
8,99 €
Image La Valse À Mille Temps
19,95 €
Image Cello Concerto
Alexander Rudin, cello
Musica Viva

For their fourth Fuga Libera-project, the Russian orchestra Musica Viva recorded one very famous, and one forgotten piece by Antonín Dvorak. The well-known piece is the Serenade for Strings in E major, written by Dvorak in 1875. It is believed that Dvorak took up this small orchestral genre because it was less demanding than the symphony, but allowed for the provision of pleasure and entertainment. The other piece is the Cello Concerto in A major. Unlike its brother, the B minor Concerto Op.
104, this concerto has been more than overlooked. It was left un-orchestrated by Dvorak, existing only in piano-score form. It was only after his death that a few composers orchestrated this dazzling piece of music. Cello virtuoso Alexander Rudin, and Musica Viva let us taste from this magnificent forgotten treasure.

19,95 €
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