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GHEDINI, G.F.: Violin and Piano Music (Complete) (Bernecoli, Bianchi)

Composer(s):Ghedini, Giorgio Federico
Artist(s) Bianchi, Massimo Giuseppe, piano • Bernecoli, Emy, violin
Period(s) 20th Century
Genre Classical Music
Category Chamber Music
Catalogue 8.572828
Label Naxos
Quality   320kbps
Album Price
 
MP3
USD 6.99
 

 


Although Giorgio Federico Ghedini’s proud independence and lack of adherence to any particular school brought him into confl ict with the avant-garde, he is now increasingly recognised as one of the fi nest Italian composers of the 20th century. Marking the 50th anniversary of Ghedini’s death, this recording reveals an aspect of his repertoire yet to be fully appreciated and is a signifi cant addition to the repertoire. Contemporary with those of Respighi, Pizzetti and Alfano, the Violin Sonatas display a real sense of creative freedom and are notable for their structural originality, beautiful harmonies and tonal and rhythmic invention. Ghedini’s complete piano works can be heard on Naxos and 8.572330.

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Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Julian Haylock,The Strad,October 2013

…Emy Bernecoli boasts an unusual musical rapport with her long-established musical partner Massimo Giuseppe Bianchi (also a gifted composer). This is music that is by its very nature interpretatively elusive, yet this fine duo succeeds in exploring Ghedini’s introspective sound worlds with remarkable unanimity of spirit, most notably at the lower end of the dynamic spectrum. Bernecoli sounds as though she’s been playing these wonderful pieces all her life, without the slightest hint of their being (mostly) world premiere recordings. © 2013 The Strad Read complete review



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Naxos veröffentlicht die erste vollständige Aufnahme von Giorgio Federico Ghedinis Werken für Violine und Klavier und macht damit drei von den vier stimmungsvollen, relativ frühen Kompositionen des italienischen Komponisten erstmals auf einem Tonträger zugänglich. Ghedini, der von 1892 bis 1965 lebte, komponierte diese Werke zwischen 1918 und 1930. Er gibt sich hier traditioneller und weniger ‘abstrakt strukturell’ als in den Orchesterwerken, die Naxos ebenfalls kürzlich publizierte.

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Review By Remy Franck,Pizzicato,October 2013

Both interpreters are sworn by hundred percent on each other and play devotedly, with gripping expressiveness in the more introspective as well as in the fervently virtuoso movements. A convincing plea in favor of a repertoire deserving to be discovered. © 2013 Pizzicato



Review By Cesare Fertonani,AMADEUS (Italy),

Amongst the most original and less performed composers of the Italian 20th Century there is doubtlessly Giorgio Federico Ghedini. Even his once most performed works “Partita” (1926), “Architetture” (1940) and above all “Concerto dell’Albatro” (1945) have gone out of usual concert programmes.

Ghedini’s musical quality and inventiveness can be fully comprehended in this recording featuring the two “Sonate” (1918 and 1922), “Bizzarria” (1929) and “Due Poemi” (1930).

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Review By Cesare Fertonani,AMADEUS (Italy),

Amongst the most original and less performed composers of the Italian 20th Century there is doubtlessly Giorgio Federico Ghedini. Even his once most performed works “Partita” (1926), “Architetture” (1940) and above all “Concerto dell’Albatro” (1945) have gone out of usual concert programmes.

Ghedini’s musical quality and inventiveness can be fully comprehended in this recording featuring the two “Sonate” (1918 and 1922), “Bizzarria” (1929) and “Due Poemi” (1930).

more....


Review By Cesare Fertonani,AMADEUS (Italy),

Amongst the most original and less performed composers of the Italian 20th Century there is doubtlessly Giorgio Federico Ghedini. Even his once most performed works “Partita” (1926), “Architetture” (1940) and above all “Concerto dell’Albatro” (1945) have gone out of usual concert programmes.

Ghedini’s musical quality and inventiveness can be fully comprehended in this recording featuring the two “Sonate” (1918 and 1922), “Bizzarria” (1929) and “Due Poemi” (1930).

more....


Review By Cesare Fertonani,AMADEUS (Italy),

Amongst the most original and less performed composers of the Italian 20th Century there is doubtlessly Giorgio Federico Ghedini. Even his once most performed works “Partita” (1926), “Architetture” (1940) and above all “Concerto dell’Albatro” (1945) have gone out of usual concert programmes.

Ghedini’s musical quality and inventiveness can be fully comprehended in this recording featuring the two “Sonate” (1918 and 1922), “Bizzarria” (1929) and “Due Poemi” (1930).

more....


Review By Simon Corley,ConcertoNet.com,July 2013

CASELLA, A.: Orchestral Music, Vol. 3 (BBC Philharmonic, Noseda) CHAN10768
CASTELNUOVO-TEDESCO, M.: Piano Rarities (Massa) C5156
GHEDINI, G.F.: Violin and Piano Music (Complete) (Bernecoli, Bianchi) 8.572828
GHEDINI, G.F.: Architetture / Contrappunti / Marinaresca e baccanale (Rome Symphony, La Vecchia) 8.573006
8.573074

L’Italie, terre d’opéra? La tentation est forte, surtout en cette «année Verdi», de réduire la musique de ce pays au seul répertoire lyrique, mais ce serait sans compter avec une musique symphonique et instrumentale souvent aussi passionnante que méconnue, grâce à l’effort entrepris par plusieurs éditeurs.

Gianandrea Noseda, après un captivant détour chez Petrassi, poursuit chez Chandos la série qu’il dédie à Alfredo Casella (1883–1947) avec le Philharmonique de la BBC (Manchester), dont il est le conductor laureate. Le troisième volume offre, après celles d’Alun Francis (cpo) et de Francesco La Vecchia (Naxos), une nouvelle excellente version—qui l’eût dit voici seulement cinq ans?—de la Troisième Symphonie (1939): ce n’est que justice pour cette œuvre, destinée au cinquantième anniversaire de l’Orchestre symphonique de Chicago, qui conjugue de façon originale les derniers feux du néoclassicisme et l’héritage de Mahler—dès 1910, Casella avait transcrit pour piano à quatre mains sa Septième Symphonie—et se range parmi les grandes réussites du genre dans la première moitié du siècle passé.

Comme chez cpo, l’ultime symphonie est associée au premier grand succès symphonique de Casella, Italia (1909), avec lequel il rejoignit la jeune et remarquable écurie non germanophone (Bartók, Delius, Enesco, Szymanowski) constituée par l’éditeur Universal avant la Première Guerre mondiale. Dans la tradition du poème symphonique post-lisztien, cette spectaculaire «rhapsodie pour grand orchestre» est fondée sur quatre chants siciliens puis trois chansons napolitaines, dont Funiculì funiculàmore....

Review By Alessandro Turba,Musica,July 2013


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Review By Alessandro Turba,Musica,July 2013


8.572828_Musica_072013_it.pdf


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