Joseph-Maurice Weder lance son quatrième CD, le 14 août 2017. Après Chopin en 2015, voici Liszt et Schumann avec la Sonate en mi mineur de Liszt et des Scène d’Enfant, op 15 de Schumann. Un enregistrement très prometteur qui ravira tous les amateurs du grand répertoire.

Le CD est publié par MDGet en vente sur amazon.

Quelques critiques

« …Joseph-Maurice Weder presents on his first solo album two very popular works – Liszt b minor Sonata and Schumann Kinderszenen Op. 15 – and has to meet the challenge of the pianistic elite (Argerich, Arrau, Brendel). Thanks to his imagination of sound and structural vision he can be considered in that environment. A sensitive and thoughtful debut!… »

« How natural this sounds: Joseph-Maurice Weder takes himself back as a narrator, he lets the music speak and the result is excellent. He shows a lot of refinements that directly touch the listener. This is exactly what the recording makes so special, maybe so unique… It is Weders ability to play with such delicacy: only, whoever controls the pianissimo as he does, can create a sounding jewel out of the ‘Kinderszenen’… »
Westdeutscher Rundfunk (Germany), 2017

« …fascinating approach of the pianist…a true narrator to whom one listens intently…this pianist has a great idea which immediately transcends to listeners…a poet at the piano… »
Norddeutscher Rundfunk (Germany), 2017

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