Four years after her boundary-breaking album Bach Unlimited, pianist Lise de la Salle presents an extremely personal odyssey inspired by her love of the dance and her fascination with the period 1850 to 1950. More than just a question, Lise de la Salle's 'when do we dance?' is an invitation to a voyage, 'one that explores the different ways in which dance takes possession of the body'. A voyage in time, through a whole century (1850-1950) with the accent on modernity; a voyage over the oceans, from North America to Eastern Europe, crisscrossing Argentina, Spain, France, Hungary and Russia; a voyage to the very core of rhythm, that essential anchor point for the dance as for music in general, that enlivens the ragtimes of Gershwin and Bolcom, Bartók's folk dances, a waltz by Saint-Saëns and a tango by Stravinsky.
Four years after her boundary-breaking album Bach Unlimited, pianist Lise de la Salle presents an extremely personal odyssey inspired by her love of the dance and her fascination with the period 1850 to 1950. More than just a question, Lise de la Salle's 'when do we dance?' is an invitation to a voyage, 'one that explores the different ways in which dance takes possession of the body'. A voyage in time, through a whole century (1850-1950) with the accent on modernity; a voyage over the oceans, from North America to Eastern Europe, crisscrossing Argentina, Spain, France, Hungary and Russia; a voyage to the very core of rhythm, that essential anchor point for the dance as for music in general, that enlivens the ragtimes of Gershwin and Bolcom, Bartók's folk dances, a waltz by Saint-Saëns and a tango by Stravinsky.
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Rel. Date: 07/02/2021
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When Do We Dance
Artist: When Do We Dance / Various
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1. Gershwin: When Do We Dance?
2. Tatum: Tea for Two
3. Bolcom: Three Ghosts Rags: No. 1, Graceful Ghost Rag
4. Waller: Vipers Drag
5. Piazzolla: Libertango
6. Ginastera: Danzas Argentinas, Op. 2: No. 1, Danza Del Viejo Boyero
7. Ginastera: Danzas Argentinas, Op. 2: No. 2, Danza de la Moza Donosa
8. Inastera: Danzas Argentinas, Op. 2: No. 3, Danza Del Gaucho Matrero
9. Falla: El Amor Brujo: No. 8, Danza Ritual Del Fuego
10. Ravel: Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales, M. 61: No. 1, Modéré, TRES Franc
11. Ravel: Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales, M. 61: No. 2, Assez Lent, Avec Une Expression Intense
12. Ravel: Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales, M. 61: No. 3, Modéré
13. Ravel: Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales, M. 61: No. 4, Assez Animé
14. Ravel: Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales, M. 61: No. 5, Presque Lent, Dans Un Sentiment Intime
15. Ravel: Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales, M. 61: No. 6, Vif
16. Ravel: Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales, M. 61: No. 7, Moins Vif
17. Ravel: Valses Nobles Et Sentimentales, M. 61: No. 8, Épilogue. Lent
18. Saint-Saëns: Six Etudes, Op. 52: No. 6, Etude en Forme de Valse
19. Debussy: Mazurka, L. 67
20. Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, SZ. 56: No. 1, Stick Dance. Allegro Moderato
21. Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, SZ. 56: No. 2, Sash Dance. Allegro
22. Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, SZ. 56: No. 3, in One Spot. Andante
23. Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, SZ. 56: No. 4, Dance from Bucsum. Moderato
24. Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, SZ. 56: No. 5, Romanian Polka. Allegro
25. Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances, SZ. 56: No. 6, Fast Dance. Allegro
26. Stravinsky: Tango
27. Scriabin: Waltz in A-Flat Major, Op. 38
28. Rachmaninoff: Polka Italienne in E-Flat Major, TN Ii/21

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Four years after her boundary-breaking album Bach Unlimited, pianist Lise de la Salle presents an extremely personal odyssey inspired by her love of the dance and her fascination with the period 1850 to 1950. More than just a question, Lise de la Salle's 'when do we dance?' is an invitation to a voyage, 'one that explores the different ways in which dance takes possession of the body'. A voyage in time, through a whole century (1850-1950) with the accent on modernity; a voyage over the oceans, from North America to Eastern Europe, crisscrossing Argentina, Spain, France, Hungary and Russia; a voyage to the very core of rhythm, that essential anchor point for the dance as for music in general, that enlivens the ragtimes of Gershwin and Bolcom, Bartók's folk dances, a waltz by Saint-Saëns and a tango by Stravinsky.