「Shinkyo Roman ～ Romantische Freunde～ 」released!
The Seiler Piano Duo has over the years recorded 8 CDs.
Please contact if you are interested in them. Each one has a short excerpt which may be listen to at
Shinkyo Roman ～ Romantische Freunde～
Clara Schumann : Marsch in Es Dur
G.W. Marks Aus "Souvenir de la Russie" Op.151
Theodor Kirchner : 6 Originalkompositionen Op.57
Robert Schumann : Aus "Bilder aus Osten" Op.66
Johannes Brahms : Liebesliederwalzer Op.52a 18 Stuecke
Antonin Dvorak : Slavonic Dance Op.72-16
Sound of Nature in Goma
Yoshinao Nakada : "The Four Seasons of Japan" for four hands
C. Debussy : Six Epigraphes Antiques
M. Ravel : Ma Mere L'oye
A. Diabelli : Sehnsucht nach dem Fruehing
L. Aubert : Habanera
S. Barber : Tango
C. Saint Saens : 3 Rhapsodies over Breton songs
C. M. von Wever : Aufforderung zum Tanz
K. H. Pillney : Alt Wien, waltz
Ka Cho Fu Getu
The Beauties of Nature
A. Dvorak : Humoresques
W. A. Mozart : Variations g minor (from piano concert No.18)
F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy : Seven Songs Without Words
F. Liszt : Symphonic Poem No.4 「Orpheus」
Kisei Rakuon ～Die Blaue Blume～
E. H. Grieg : Holberg Suite No.5 "Rigaudon"
F. Liszt : Symphonic Poem No.4 "Orpheus"
F. Schubert : Grande sonate B dur D.617 Op.30
J. Brahms : Ungarische Tanze No.6, N0.8
A. Dvorak : Slavonic Dances Op.46-2, Op.72-4, Op.72-8
J. J. Raff : Les pecheuses de Procida (Tarantella) Op.82-12
E. Grieg : 2 Waltz Caprices
I. Paderewski : Songs and Dances of the Polish People of Zakopane
K. H. Pillney : The Merry Escapades of a Popular Tune
M. Moszkowski : Spanish Dances
Seiler Family Grand Concert
～ In Celebration of the 50th anniversary of E.Seiler's arrival in Japan
September 8, 2012 in Kyoto Concert Hall Main Hall
Tages Arbeit! Abends Gaeste!
In 1996 Kazuko was asked to do a weekly column for the Asahi Newspaper, essays telling about our life and experience in the Japanese country side. This column ran for a whole year and was quite a success. A publishing company bought the rights and the essays became the foundation for a book about us and our doings, written in Japanese by Kazuko.
It had 6 printings, but is unavailable now.