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Discussion: par.ti.ta - Vadim Gluzman

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Post by Fugue June 6, 2012 (1 of 4)
Looks great. Let's hope there's a follow-up titled "so.na.ta" :-)

Post by hiredfox June 7, 2012 (2 of 4)
They all have a go at it. Lost count of how many versions in my collection.

Post by canonical June 29, 2012 (3 of 4)
Looks very tempting ... not just Bach and Ysaye but something new: Auerbach.

Bissie has kindly noted (from the BIS thread) that this is 24bit/96kHz.

Ordered and looking forward to its arrival ...

Post by Fugue June 29, 2012 (4 of 4)
canonical said:

Looks very tempting ... not just Bach and Ysaye but something new: Auerbach.

I haven't heard this piece by Auerbach, but I like everything I've heard from her. Most of her music is very dark and passionate, and despite being a pianist, she writes very effectively for strings. Her inspiration seems to come from Shostakovich (without the irony) and Schnittke (a little less "poly-stylistic").

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