Jaberi - Ballades 4-9 (‘The Eroica’)
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Label: Grand Piano
Cat No: GP818
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 11th October 2019
WorksBallade no.4 'The Black Pit'
Ballade no.5 'Abode of Peace'
Ballade no.6 'Exile to Ottoman Empire'
Ballade no.7 'The Most Great Prison'
Ballade no.8 'The Ascension'
Ballade no.9 'Centre of the Covenant'
ArtistsAfshin Jaberi (piano)
Afshin Jaberi (b. 1973) is an Iranian pianist and composer, who was born in the Kingdom of Bahrain and brought up in Qatar. Although he demonstrated a facility for both performance and composition as a child, he did not receive any formal musical training until 1991, when he undertook studies first in Debrecen in Hungary, and later in Kazakhstan. His rapid progress and pianistic study, particularly of 19th-century piano works, led to a series of extended compositions for the instrument, beginning with his First Ballade in 1991.
‘Much of it is programmatically linked to historical episodes of the Bahá’í faith but all of it is delivered through the keyboard vocabulary of Liszt, Chopin and Schumann. Jaberi is a gifted player and composer. His work offers a rare glimpse in an unusual direction.’ – The Wholenote
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