Tag Archives: Piano
Pianist Jorge Federico Osorio plays French pieces from the Classical, Romantic periods to modern, mostly well-known.
Contemporary piano works ranging from lyrical to dissonant.
By South American, Spanish and American composers, tangos in the Latin style, from late 1800’s to early 1900’s. Play!
Lush, romantic, modern tangos and waltzes, including works by Copland and Bolcom.
Romantic, lush works for piano, from the early to mid 1800’s, by many composers less well-known.
Some of these are fairly tense and strident for piano nocturnes, all contemporary and interesting!
Works by Kancheli, Altunyan and Tsintsadze, demonstrating “simple piano” pieces, some with cello. Play!
Comparing and contrasting works for solo piano, demonstrating that while composers seek to create new music, they also look to the past. Play!
Gracious, Romantic with folk elements, all fairly short solo piano pieces from early 20th century. Play!
Gracious, elegant works by Brahms and by contemporary composers emulating his style. Play!
Varying interesting mix of piano studies and mostly contemporary/modern, intense to lyrical. Play!
David Kadouch performs pieces by Dussek, Beethoven, Chopin and Janacek amongst others, in pieces covering musical eras.
Per the title, works for piano from Baroque to modern era, some well-known.
Moving through eras, Romantic to modern, lots of Latin American composers! Play!
Known as pianists (Schnabel, Lipatti and Gould) and one each of their compositions from 1930’s to 1940’s. Varying and interesting. Play!
Interesting, mostly lyrical, contemporary Mexican solo piano pieces. Nice!
British works, modern, either lyrical or abstract, and most very short. Play!
Solo piano pieces by varied composers, all modern/contemporary. Excellent!
From 20th century Arkansas composers, solo piano works that vary greatly in style an\
Nadia Shpachenko continues her pianistic explorations with new works about particular places and their traits. Some strident and abstract, others lyrical. Play!
Mostly, quiet, lyrical solo piano pieces by contemporary composers, including Libby Larsen, Sarah Kirkland Snider and Ingrid Stolzel. Play!
Bruce Levingston performs pieces from different musical eras, all exploring humanity and emotions. Play!
Pianist John McCabe selected these varied pieces by Australian and American composers for an EMI Sydney 1985 cassette recording that was eventually “lost” when the studio closed. Recently found in excellent quality, here it is, with some jazz, some classical, and some impressionism. Play!
In Memorium for Steven Stucky, short solo piano pieces by many composers, varied.
All contemporary works with highly varying styles–play!