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  DIAPASON, 2007
His style includes a singing tone and a beautiful sound conveyed by the harmonies, which melt away as if his fingers were sliding over the chords (…). Like the great Chopin players of yesteryear – Cortot, Friedman, Kempff, Novaes and Magaloff – Chaplin’s poetic playing overflows with charm, and manages to be at once sensitive, lyrical, and vigorous while avoiding over-refinement, agitation and brutality.
(Alain Lompech)
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  LE MONDE DE LA MUSIQUE, 2007
François Chaplin’s rich sound, enhanced by the subtlest nuances, is immediately compelling (…). He uses Chopin’s famous rubato – which is also a way of letting the music breathe – invisibly, as it were, so tasteful, elegant and unaffected is his playing. This is an album that will satisfy the most demanding listener.
(Jean Roy)
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  REVUE PIANISTE, 2007
When I first listened to this recording, without knowing whom the pianist was, I was immediately plunged into an extraordinary state of rapture, recalling the old masters of the Chopin tradition from the golden age of the piano: the legendary names of Cortot, Arrau and Moiseiwitsch sprang to mind (…). A great recording.
(Bertrand Boissard).
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CHOPIN - Ballades, Barcarolle, Berceuse - François Chaplin
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Ballades, Barcarolle, Berceuse
Septembre 2007



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