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Devon Joiner - Mozart and Chopin album download

Devon Joiner - Mozart and Chopin album download

Devon Joiner
Mozart and Chopin
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Pianist Devon Joiner plays Mozart Sonatas K. 330 and K. 576 and Chopin Four Ballades. Genre: Classical: Chopin. We'll ship when it's back in stock. Canadian pianist Devon Joiner has performed across Canada and the US, as well as in Asia, Europe and Africa. He made his orchestral debut in 2007 with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, and his Carnegie Hall debut in 2011, playing Beethoven's 3rd Piano Concerto with the New York Concerti Sinfonietta. Mr. Joiner has won top prizes in the Schimmel, Russian Music, and Seattle International Piano Competitions among others

Who knows what Mozart and Chopin might have played had they actually come face to face in or around 1830, if the former had not died so prematurely. They might both have improvised on a given theme, or played together on two pianos. And, given the custom of the day, each would very probably have performed something the other had written. The album leads us gradually from the dazzling luminosity of the first works towards a gathering, mystery-shrouded darkness, and it doesn’t seem to matter much who wrote which piece: along the way Mozart often, literally, turns into Chopin, and vice versa. Luca Chiantore, from the album’s liner notes.

After her first solo album of Schubert, Chopin and Prokofiev, released on Mirare in 2014 to enthusiastic acclaim from the press, Yulianna Avdeeva recorded her new album with the legendary German sound engineer, Andreas Neubronner in the marvellous concert hall Reitstadel Neumark, To conclude this beautiful recital, she chose to record the amazing Liszt transcription from 'Aida' by Giuseppe Verd. ulianna Avdeeva began her piano studies at the age of five with Elena Ivanova at Moscow’s Gnessin Special School of Music and later studied with Konstantin Scherbakov and with Vladimir Trop.