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Jimin Oh-Havenith
South Korean pianist Jimin Oh-Havenith’s fourth CD for audite is devoted to Russian music. She presents Modest Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition in a very dramatic and visualizing interpretation. This results in atmospheric images like the melancholic drawn Old Castle, the awkward staggering of the chicks or the heartrending pleading of poor Schmuyle. The four...
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“That exactitude is clear in Oh-Havenith´s incisive technique as well as her lovely sound.” Korean-German pianist Jimin Oh-Havenith travels through 200 years of musical history in a new recording that reflects her wish to reconnect with the musicallity of a child. Colin Clarke reports (=> read more).
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“That pianists regularly play the classics of the repertoire and skillfully incorporate them into their concert and album programs is a given fact. But to make the most popular pieces for solo piano under the title “K(now)n Piano” the focus of a double album right away, as Jimin Oh-Havenith does, requires both courage and a...
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K[NOW]N_PIANO_Jimin Oh-Havenith
21 popular piano pieces are performed by Jimin Oh-Havenith on her latest album on Audite, including Mozart’s Turkish March, Beethoven’s Für Elise, Schubert’s Impromptu op. 90/4, Chopin’s Nocturne op. 27/1, Gottschalk’s Le Bananier op. 5, Liebestraum No. 3 and La campanella by Liszt, Debussy’s Claire de lune and Pärt’s Für Alina. A feel-good program played...
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