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Wydawnictwo: Avie
Nr katalogowy: AV 2475
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2021
EAN: 822252247527
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna, romantyzm
Obszar (język): angielski (USA), polski
Instrumenty: fortepian
Rodzaj: polonez, mazurek, walc

Chopin / Bolcom: Vers le silence

Avie - AV 2475
Wykonawcy
Ran Dank, piano
Frédéric Chopin:
Polonaise in C minor, Op 40 No. 2
Mazurka in C, Op. 68 No. 1
Mazurka in G minor, Op. 67 No. 2
Mazurka in A minor, “Emile Gaillard”
Waltz in B minor, Op. 69 No. 2
Waltz in A-flat, Op. 42
Polonaise in A-flat, Op. 53
Mazurka in F minor, Op. 68 No. 4

William Bolcom:
12 New Etudes for Piano, Book I-IV
At first glance, the musical worlds of Frédéric Chopin and William Bolcom would seem strange bedfellows. But on his solo debut recording, Israeli American pianist Ran Dank makes a convincing case for pairing the two composers.

The former, Poland’s national composer, is synonymous with pianistic panache. The latter, a leading American, possesses one of contemporary music’s most bold and inventive voices. Juxtaposing the works of these two pianist-composers reveals their common affinity for the keyboard and ear for sound and sense of structure.

William Bolcom’s Twelve New Etudes won the Pulitzer Prize in 1988. Wonderfully eclectic, they move effortlessly between one musical idiom to another with endless ingenuity, exhibiting all the traits of Bolcom’s compositional craft. Chopin equally excelled with his Etudes, but Dank turns to his plentiful Polonaises, Mazurkas and Waltzes which range in style from heroic, to dark and brooding, haunting and beautiful.

Ran Dank, Ran Dank, a winner of numerous international competitions and prizes, has been significantly influenced by these two composers who have shaped his trajectory as a pianist and musician. As a child to two parents from Poland, Chopin played a meaningful part in his upbringing, and he became mesmerised by the composer’s music at an early age. Bolcom’s music was a much later discovery, but one that has become equally valuable and fitting, following Dank’s move to America.

Recorded March 11-13, 2016, at the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York.

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