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VICTOR PAUKSTELIS plays Rameau Schumann Franck
Pianist Victor Paukstelis (Viktoras Paukštelis in Lithuanian) was born in 1983 in Vilnius, Lithuania, into a family comprising of three generations of classical musicians.
D'IMPROVVISO Luca Lampis, guitar
“D’Improvviso” comes to life from the real concept of “extemporaneous improvisation”. It was recorded keeping in mind just a scheme of atmospheres and some little ideas about some themes just to begin to play the pieces and to build structures.
Viola Dolorosa Music by Peter Seabourne and Benjamin Britten
The tone quality of the viola seems uniquely suited to music of an elegaic nature, and has been seen as such by a line of 20th and 21st century English composers.
Dominika Zamara and Stanley Alexandrowicz
The debut of Dominika Zamara and Stanley Alexandrowicz with Sheva
MAYU TAKAHASHI live in VILLA BOSSI
A live recording in Villa Bossi Concert Hall. Mayu Takahashi plays on the Erard owned by Cosima Liszt. Not for sale
FERDINAND REBAY Music for winds and guitar
A CD that explores the music by the almost unknown composer Ferdinand Rebay.
New entry in Sheva Catalogue - YURIKA MIHARA
Born in Ishikawa, Japan, she is the winner of numerous awards and competitions including the International Concerto Competition and International Music Competition’s winner’s recital.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF STANFORD FOR PIANO SOLO
Following the success of the 3-CD album by Alberto Bologni and Christopher Howell of the complete works for violin and piano by Charles Villiers Stanford, a Sheva bestseller and glowingly reviewed in Gramophone, BBC Music, The Strad and MusicWeb International, Christopher Howell is now beginning a cycle of Stanford’s complete works for solo piano.
ExclusIVe Saxophone Quartet - Giuseppe Bruno
Since Mozart's times, Piano Concertos have often been played in chamber versions. Mozart himself composed four Concerti
On The Way. Times. Lands. SAPIANO DUO
Playing the piano can be quite lonely at times, but it should
always provide pleasure, and through this open paths to new