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Wydawnictwo: Bis
Nr katalogowy: BISSACD 2578
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: lipiec 2022
EAN: 7318599925783
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): angielski
Instrumenty: fortepian
Rodzaj: sonata, wariacje, walc

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Berkeley / Lambert / Dogson: Tournament for Twenty Fingers

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Emma Abbate, piano
Julian Perkins, piano
Lennox Berkeley:
Palm Court Waltz, Op. 81 No. 2
Sonatina in E flat major for piano duet, Op. 39
Theme and Variations, Op. 73

Richard Arnell:
Sonatina for piano duet, Op. 61

Stephen Dodgson:
Tournament for Twenty Fingers
Sonata for piano duet

Constant Lambert:
Trois Pieces negres pour les touches blanches
Initially enjoying popularity first in Germany-speaking lands and then in France, the genre of the piano duet (four hands, one piano) went on to blossom in England during the 20th century. On this album Emma Abbate and Julian Perkins present the complete works for piano duet by each of the composers selected. Palm Court Waltz, the Sonatina and Theme and Variations from Lennox Berkeley display Gallic traits, the consequence no doubt of his studies in France and his keen interest in the music of Satie, Ravel and Poulenc. While showing an evolution in the composer’s approach to tonality, every hint of seriousness is constantly balanced by elegant playfulness and diaphanous textures.

Less well-known than Berkeley, Richard Arnell and Stephen Dodgson nevertheless contribute to the general atmosphere with their unabashedly tonal music that shows the neoclassical influence of Hindemith, Prokofiev and Stravinsky. Dodgson’s suite Tournament for Twenty Fingers, which gives its title to this disc, is especially full of fun while ending with a homage to the Czech composers Dvořák and Janáček. An outstanding talent, Constant Lambert held jazz in high esteem and his Trois Pieces – written to be played entirely on the piano’s white keys – form a high-spirited and heartfelt tribute to its rhythmical vitality and inventiveness.

Recording: 16th 17th November 2020 at St George’s Bristol, England. Grand Piano: Steinway D.

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