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The Telegraph :: New London, Connecticut

Songs without words in the velvety smoothness of a splendid brass instrument: this is what we are offered by the new GENUIN release of the Duo GIOVIVO from Switzerland. Fabian Bloch (euphonium) and Muriel Zeiter (piano) take us on a journey through three centuries of masterpieces to which they lend a new voice. Beethoven's Ich liebe Dich and Kreisler's Liebesleid, Fauré's Berceuse and Bach's famous Wenn Schafe sicher weiden can be found here. With it's title Rather Romantic, much of the music on this album is not only genuinely romantic but also revolves around the eternal theme of love. As Robert Schumann's famous Widmung says, "Thou my world, in which I live, my heaven thou, to which I aspire..."
Songs without words in the velvety smoothness of a splendid brass instrument: this is what we are offered by the new GENUIN release of the Duo GIOVIVO from Switzerland. Fabian Bloch (euphonium) and Muriel Zeiter (piano) take us on a journey through three centuries of masterpieces to which they lend a new voice. Beethoven's Ich liebe Dich and Kreisler's Liebesleid, Fauré's Berceuse and Bach's famous Wenn Schafe sicher weiden can be found here. With it's title Rather Romantic, much of the music on this album is not only genuinely romantic but also revolves around the eternal theme of love. As Robert Schumann's famous Widmung says, "Thou my world, in which I live, my heaven thou, to which I aspire..."
4260036257915

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Format: CD
Label: GENUIN
Rel. Date: 11/04/2022
UPC: 4260036257915

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Songs without words in the velvety smoothness of a splendid brass instrument: this is what we are offered by the new GENUIN release of the Duo GIOVIVO from Switzerland. Fabian Bloch (euphonium) and Muriel Zeiter (piano) take us on a journey through three centuries of masterpieces to which they lend a new voice. Beethoven's Ich liebe Dich and Kreisler's Liebesleid, Fauré's Berceuse and Bach's famous Wenn Schafe sicher weiden can be found here. With it's title Rather Romantic, much of the music on this album is not only genuinely romantic but also revolves around the eternal theme of love. As Robert Schumann's famous Widmung says, "Thou my world, in which I live, my heaven thou, to which I aspire..."
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