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Episode #3532

New Music for Piano

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Thursday, November 07, 2013

Hear new music for piano on this New Sounds program, including music from Canadian pianist/composer Heather Schmidt, as well as Canadian composer Ann Southam.   From Schmidt's solo piano album of her own works called "Nebula,", listen to the title track.  Also, hear music by George Crumb, along with Anton Batagov's alleged Letters of Sergei Rachmaninoff, music from Hauschka, and more.  

PROGRAM #3532– New Music for Piano (First aired on 11/07/2013)             

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Anton Batagov

Selected Letters of Sergei Rachmaninoff

Letter from Sergei Rachmaninoff to Wim Mertens & Niccolo Paganini [5:28]

2013 Fancymusic
fancymusic.ru
soundcloud.com
or download from Emusic.com

Heather Schmidt

Nebula

Nebula [10:06]

Centrediscs #19613
www.prestoclassical.co.uk

Anton Batagov

Selected Letters of Sergei Rachmaninoff

Letter from Sergei Rachmaninoff to Ludovico Einaudi [5:58]

See above.

Christina Petrowska Quilico, piano

Canadian Composers Portraits: Ann Southam

Ann Southam : Rivers -2nd Set, #4 [6:16]

Centrediscs/Centredisques CMCCD 10505
www.prestoclassical.co.uk

Hauschka

Ferndorf

Barfuss Durch Grass [4:19]

Fat Cat #1308.
www.fatcat-usa.com

Emanuele Arciuli, piano

George Crumb Edition, Volume 9: Eine kleine Mitternachtmusik - Variations on a Theme by Thelonius Monk

Crumb: Nocturnal Theme [1:35]
Blues in the Night [3:27]
Midnight Transformation [3:04]

Bridge 9170
www.bridgerecords.com

Anton Batagov

Selected Letters of Sergei Rachmaninoff

Letter from Sergei Rachmaninoff to Peter Gabriel [5:39]

See above.

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