Influences: Ives, Bartok, Messiaen, Bach
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Cat No: PTC5186741
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 15th March 2019
WorksAria variata in A minor, BWV989 'alla maniera Italiana'
Improvisations (8) on Hungarian peasant songs, op.20 Sz74 BB83
Piano Sonata no.1
ArtistsTamara Stefanovich (piano)
The repertoire spans from Bach’s embrace of Italian musical elements in his Aria variata alla maniera italiana, Bartók’s incorporation of folk elements in his Improvisations on Hungarian Peasant Songs, and Messiaen’s use of Hindu rhythms in Cantéyodjayâ to the collage of marching bands, sounds of trains and machinery, church hymns, ragtime and blues in Ives’s First Piano Sonata.
In all cases, the exterior influences lead to deeply original and personal sonic galaxies. In that respect, the pieces presented here underline how identity results from a constant dialogue with our surroundings, ever changing and enriching our perceptions of ourselves and the world.
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