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Moderato Energico - Various - What Are They Doing To That Piano? (CD)


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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for What are they Doing to that Piano? - Bowed Piano Ensemble on AllMusic - [CD-ROM Track] Unspecified. Bowed Piano Ensemble. Moderato energico. Gheorghe Costinescu. Bowed Piano Ensemble.
  2. Concerto in modo misolidio For Piano And Orchestra: Allegro energico (Passacaglia) 4. Concerto a cinque: Moderato - Allegro - Grave - I'm happy they keep doing this, despite the fact that classical music CDs are seldom purchased these days. but they are well-worth hearing and this Naxos CD is most likely the best and most cost-effective /5(5).
  3. Jan 01,  · I actually bought this CD just for the Piano Quartet movement in A minor (on CD 2), but was happily introduced to the Symphony No. 6 in A minor as well. The IV. Finale (also on CD 2) is superb. For me, just the Piano Quartet itself was worth the price of this CD set; but then again, I'm sure this CD isn't the only way to get a copy of the track/5(14).
  4. Mar 18,  · Different Uses for Moderato. When used alongside other types of musical terms, such as mood commands, moderato will indicate the BPM on its own: Moderato maestoso: “Moderately and majestically” – an indication to play with dignified passion, and a moderate BPM.; However, when used with another tempo command, moderato modifies that command’s intensity: Allegro moderato: .
  5. Knardahl's piano is reproduced with such glowing realism that only a persnickety of audiophile--maybe the kind who loves equipment more than music--would declare this to be anything less than state-of-art. It was produced in by people who surely knew a thing or two about piano sound. Knardahl knows, and feels, much more than that.5/5(13).
  6. III. Passacaglia: Allegro moderato ma energico. $ $ $ Sibelius: Five Pieces, Op. 81 Cohen is joined by the eminent pianist-composer Huw Watkins in a diverse programme of works that were all influenced in different ways by the era in which they were composed. [is] full of rhapsodic violin lines and grandly rhetorical.
  7. A collapsing world: The three great Piano Sonatas brought here have this in common: they are written, at least partly, using the twelve-tone technique developed by Arnold Schönberg and associated with the Second Viennese School. The development of this new musical language coincides with the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
  8. He was professor of the piano at the Hanover Musikhochschule for a number of years and is the author of a monograph on Grieg's piano music and its interpretation. 8 The first disc juxtaposes early pieces, the Sonata, Op 7, the Op 6 Humoresques and the Funeral March for Rikard Nordraak, all written in the mids with his very last.