“To achieve a maximum level of expressiveness with a minimum of means” was the defined goal of the Spanish pianist and composer Frederico Mompou. He was championed by Enrique Granados, but it was in early 1921 when his piano teacher Ferdinand Motte-Lacroix presented the works of his student to the public that Mompou made his breakthrough.
These works are performed by Olena Kushpler, a Ukrainian pianist whose concert performances are regularly greeted with enthusiasm by audiences and the media.
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"Kushpler has a warm tone and good instincts for the music's plangency and dreamy qualities. Nor is she innocent of its tangier, dance-like vitality...One can enjoy Kushpler's performances alongside the composer's very different recordings" - MusicWeb International