Articles tagged 'Grieg'

String Theory 20: Mostly Violin (with Piano Accompaniment)

With coarse harmonies and a rhythmic engine requiring a few cranks before it hums, the two-movement Sonata emerges brooding and severe, wonderfully modern and unfamiliar.

String Theory 20: Mostly Violin (with Piano Accompaniment)

With coarse harmonies and a rhythmic engine requiring a few cranks before it hums, the two-movement Sonata emerges brooding and severe, wonderfully modern and unfamiliar.

Used Bin Troll Tweets R.

Classical Spohr penned the first Nonet, light and lively, although Romantic Onslow’s has grandeur.

Used Bin Troll Tweets R.

Classical Spohr penned the first Nonet, light and lively, although Romantic Onslow’s has grandeur.

Used Bin Troll Tweets G.

What’s wrong? I’m starting to like everything. Perhaps I just like the piano.

Used Bin Troll Tweets G.

What’s wrong? I’m starting to like everything. Perhaps I just like the piano.

Piano Factory 6.

Played in keeping with the epoch, Casals renders Blasco de Nebra’s unexpected dissonance and striking rhythms as the more exciting.

Piano Factory 6.

Played in keeping with the epoch, Casals renders Blasco de Nebra’s unexpected dissonance and striking rhythms as the more exciting.

An Eclectic Piano Ramble

This handful of discs features the piano in all sorts of forms and genres. We examine works intended to be played at the keyboard and inside the piano, others that alter the piano’s tuning, and those that require a synthesized instrument.

An Eclectic Piano Ramble

This handful of discs features the piano in all sorts of forms and genres. We examine works intended to be played at the keyboard and inside the piano, others that alter the piano’s tuning, and those that require a synthesized instrument.