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Review Alban Gerhardt & Alliage Quintett – Phantasy in Blue

Review Alban Gerhardt & Alliage Quintett – Phantasy in Blue

Cellist Alban Gerhardt and Eliage Quintet play very sexy arrangements with virtuosity and a high degree of expressiveness.

Really unusual shot. For example, where can you find Vivaldi’s concerto next to Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” where there are Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations next to Manuel de Falla’s “Canciones populares”? Answer: with Alban Gerhardt, who, and this is the next unusual component, has recorded these works in concert with the Alliage Quintet, a total of four saxophones, a piano and a cello. As unusual as it is at all, the recording is very interesting. Gerhardt plays with a high level of expression, and the tonal fusion of the various instruments works surprisingly well. This is how you listen to new challenges that you accept with pleasure. The playing is very cool in places, but not in the sense of art per se, but to make the music sound as alive as possible.

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Five-Way Alliance

Five-Way Alliance

Fantasy in blue
Works by Tchaikovsky, Vivaldi, Valla, Shostakovich, and Gershwin

Alban Gerhardt (cello), Alliage Quintet

Alban Gerhardt has established himself among the great cellists of our time over the past decade. His voice is unmistakable and his interpretations are characterized by the utmost originality. It is very important for him to continue to hear… More

The expressive sounds of the saxophone combined with the special sound of the piano – the sound of the Alliage Quintet is exotic and unique at the same time. The quintet was founded by French saxophonist Daniel Gauthier, who has been…more since 2003

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