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Synchron-Steinway Exploration 7) Edwin Fischer Sonatine
Last post Fri, Dec 28 2018 by fahl5, 1 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Dec 28 2018 23:41
by fahl5
Joined on Fri, Feb 04 2005, Göttingen, Posts 956

Just a cute little nearly completly unknown and unplayed composition from my Prof's Teacher, one of the most important german pianists in the early 20th century.; who after studying with the Liszt-Pupil Martin Krause became the teacher of  Pianists like A.Brendel, D.Barenboim, P.Badura Skoda, J.Demus.

However his Sonatine seems to reject any conceptual sophistication of the 20th century modernism as it shows obviously very little ambtion to rival with the tremendous pianism of his own Teachers (Martin Krause) Teacher (Liszt) it is nevertheless well done cheerful funny music.

With its nearness to classical pianostyles it provides for my Synchron Steinway Exploration the chance to show how that samplesets sounds in easy tradtitional pianomusic textures.

Edwin Fischer Sonatine

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