These three works offer a genuine journey, full of con-trasts, in which the listener can easily find wonder, surprise, and kaleidoscopic shifts from one emotion to another. I like it when you dont ever settle into a com-fort zone. Im looking for emotions thats what guides me. These pieces arent for children, but assume the character of innocence and candour that one finds in childhood. Id even go so far as to say that they adopt the tone of late adolescence and early adulthood."" - Lise de la Salle Alongside the powerful concertos by Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Prokofiev or Chopin she plays all over the world, Lise de la Salle has a special link with Robert Schumann's early piano pieces.She chose the Abegg Variations op.1, Kinderszenen op.15 and the Fantasie in C major op.17 for her first recording dedicated to the German romantic master.A repertoire in which she has a lot to say and reveal.
La théorie de l'information est une épopée économique française. De l'invention du Minitel à l'arrivée des terminaux mobiles, de l'apparition d'Internet au Web 2.0, du triomphe de France Télécom au démantèlement de son monopole, on assistera à l'irruption d'acteurs nouveaux, souvent incontrôlables. La théorie de l'information est l'histoire de Pascal Ertanger, le plus brillant d'entre eux…
Victor Berthier, a good man but also a very jealous one, killed his wife in a fit of jealousy. After serving a few years in a chain gang, he is released for good behavior. He feels very happy to be able to return to Paris and to meet Lise, his daughter, again. But, to his dismay, he finds that Lise, through the fault of André, her lover and pimp, has unwillingly committed a murder.
France's Naïve label has heavily promoted the career of the young pianist Lise de la Salle, who was 22 when this recording was made. Her fashion-spread good looks fit with Naïve's design concepts, and she has the ability to deliver the spontaneous, unorthodox performances the label favors. How does she fare in a field extremely crowded with Chopin recitals? Her performances certainly aren't derivative of anyone else, and this live recording from the Semperoper in Dresden (you get a one-minute track of just applause at the end) has a good deal of attention-getting flair. The standout feature of de la Salle's performance, in the four ballades at least, is her orientation toward slow tempos, inventively deployed.
This second album from the fantastic singer Trine-Lise Væring is a beautiful and usual mix of folk and jazz traditions. All the music and lyrics were composed by Trine-Lise herself with "In So Many Words" in particular proving her to be one of Denmark's very best female vocalists.
Se libérer de nos cuirasses.
Marie Lise Labonté, qui souffrait depuis l'adolescence d'arthrite rhumatoïde, a entrepris une démarche psycho-corporelle avec l'antigymnastique qui l'a conduite à l'autoguérison. Elle a appris à "lire" un corps et à y découvrir les cuirasses qui l'entravent, cuirasses qui sont l'expression profonde de la relation entre le soma et la psyché, entre le corps et l'âme. Cette cuirasse s'installe dans le but d'emprisonner l'expression de la vie, l'onde de plaisir, l'élan créateur. …
With her warm, flexible tone, Lise Berthaud gives a performance of enormous expressive range and tosses off the more showy passages with virtuoso panache…All in all, it's a wonderfully played recital, drawing the listener into the world of each composer.