SCANDALE / ALICE SARA OTT - FRANCESCO TRISTANO

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SCANDALE
ALICE SARA OTT · FRANCESCO TRISTANO

FRANCESCO TRISTANO
A soft shell groove

IGOR STRAVINSKY
The Rite of Spring · Le Sacre du printemps
(Composer's version for piano duet)

NICOLAI RIMSKY-KORSAKOV
Scheherazade - The Story of the Kalendar Prince
(Composer's version for piano duet)

MAURICE RAVEL
La Valse
(Composer's version for piano duet)
Int. Release 08 Sep. 2014
1 CD / Download
0289 479 3541 4 CD DDD GH


Track List

Francesco Tristano
Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971)
Le Sacre du Printemps

Version for Piano Duet (published 1913)

Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 - 1908)
Scheherazade, Op.35

Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937)
5.
11:59

Alice Sara Ott, Francesco Tristano

Total Playing Time 1:01:42

A glintingly percussive "Rite of Spring" . . . Ravel's "La valse" is technically impressive . . . poetry is again at a premium.

  • Watch a music video for Alice Sara Ott's and Francesco Tristano's new album "Scandale", to be released on Deutsche Grammophon.

    Fascinated from the idea of Ballets Russes their challenging programme for two pianos centers upon Stravinsky's extremely rhythmic and avant-garde score of "The rite of spring", the crowning success de scandale of Ballets Russes and includes the catchy tune of Rimsky-Korsakov's "Scheherazade".

    The album features an exciting new composition by Francesco Tristano himself "A soft shell groove", which has never been recorded before.


  • Alice Sara Ott and Francesco Tristano perform Maurice Ravel's "La valse" from their new album "Scandale":


  • Francesco Tristano performs his own composition "Ground Bass (Chaconne)" - for the new album "Scandale" he wrote the track "A soft shell groove":


  • Watch the making-of for Alice Sara Ott and Francesco Tristano's video "Scandale".


  • Alice Sara Ott and Francesco Tristano speak about their new album "Scandale":


  • Alice Sara Ott and Francesco Tristano speak about their new album "Scandale":


  • Alice Sara Ott and Francesco Tristano speak about their new album "Scandale":