Reines D'Un Jour (Queens for a day) - one of 6 films from the collection DANCE FOR CAMERA, selected at festivals in Europe and North America: Reines D'Un Jour (Switzerland), Measure (USA), Rest in Peace (UK & Netherlands), A Village Trilogy (Canada), Cornered (Canada), Contrecoup (Switzerland)
The stated "Improvisation" on the picturesque slopes (Switzerland apparently). There is no sense of the familiar notion of dance is a kind of game, an imitation of the environment …
Buster, a child's sincere, bright and easy. It was the most positive emotions
Why Not Here is not the title of this disc, although from a casual glance it might look like it is so. The device "Why not here" is actually the name of the duo formed by gambists Hille Perl and Friederike Heumann; they are joined on many pieces by lutenists Lee Santana and Michael Freimuth, and the latter pair even have several pieces to themselves. The "lyra viol" is not a special instrument like a viola da braccio, but refers to a specific way of playing the viol, as an instrument capable of harmony and melody rather than melody only, or used in a purely basso context.
This is a wonderful collection of the Labeque sisters spanning approximately 15 years. It includes most of the recordings the sisters made for the Philips label - most discs are previous Philips albums in their entirety. The keyboard aficionados from all over the world know that Katia and Marielle Labeque are the most famous pianistic duo on the international concert stage now.