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Helene Grimaud talks 'Water' with Classical Radio

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Hélène Grimaud's latest album for Deutsche Grammophon, produced by Nitin Sawhney, was inspired by her abiding fascination with Nature's most precious gift - Water. The set conveys imaginative imagery from mighty oceans and great lakes to raindrops and snowflakes as well as contemplation on the safety, security and supply of this essential resource. 

"What inspired the idea to record this album is really the fascination that so many composers of the 19th and 20th centuries seem to have had with the element of water," Grimaud says, and in conjunction with this release, yes, she is Helene Grimaud talking 'Water' TODAY Tuesday Feb. 9, Ddiscussing the topic and the music with Local and Syndicated Classical Radio including; NPR, C24, BBC Radio 4, SiriusXM, KMZT Los Angeles, WFMT Chicago, WRUW Cleveland, WRTI Philadelphia, WABE Atlanta,  KUHA Houston, KING Seattle, KQAC Portland WRCJ Detroit & Minnesota Public Radio.