Five soulful solos that were "inspired by the northern sky, and in particular the Scandinavian landscapes of my own imagination," writes Naoko Ikeda. Introspective pieces, yet full of warmth. Titles:...
Prokofiev's compositions were inspired by Symbolism and Futurism, and his early works showcased a percussive treatment of the piano, similar in some respects to Bartok. Prokofiev's Four Pieces for Piano,...
Considering the incredible amount of great music that has sprung from Russia, Podgornov ultimately decided to present representative works of six of her greatest composers, and 13 of their most recognizable...
Composed for the 2008 Sejong Music Composition Competition, Stanley M. Hoffman presents a set of variations for piano based on a traditional Korean theme. As performers move along the variations, they will...
"Lagniappe" is a Cajun word meaning "extra gift," and it is commonly used in some restaurants to describe a small food offering presented on behalf of the chef. Taking this connection with food one step...
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The anthology series A Chinese Festival, edited by Dr. Alton Chan, is a groundbreaking event for the musical community in North America, allowing pianists to study one of the richest and most...
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