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Daishin Kashimoto, Emmanuel Pahud, Paul Meyer, Zvi Plesser and Éric Le Sage, who have been close musical partners for years, joined forces once again at the Salon de Provence Chamber Music Festival to record this programme devoted to Viennese composers of the early twentieth century. The most famous and innovative of these are represented: Schoenberg with his Kammersymphonie no.1, Mahler with two lieder transcribed for flute and piano, Zemlinsky’s Clarinet Trio and several pieces by Berg. A disc that encapsulates both the exhaustion of a bygone Romantic age and the avant-garde promises of a modern world still to be built...

Le choix de France Musique award

"Mahler also makes a cameo appearance in a tempting and thoughtful album called Vienne 1900"
The Times
"“The musical promenade, to which the five great musicians Daishin Kashimoto (violin), Emmanuel Pahud (flute), Paul Meyer (clarinet), Zvi Plesser (violoncello) and pianist Éric Le Sage invite you through the Danube metropolis in 1900, revolves around Viennese master students and their teachers. (…) Two songs by Gustav Mahler, arranged for flute and piano by Ronald Kornfeil, also serve as a special delicacy in this wonderfully pathetic Viennese Modernism, interspersed with yearning shimmering melisms. And these arrangements also breathe a magic and a mood to which one also becomes downright addicted.”"
RONDOMAGAZIN