Sonatas & Interludes for Prepared Piano

Numero di brani
19 brani
Durata
59:21

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    Brano     Durata Ascoltatori
1 Sonata I 2:18 21.381
2 Sonata II 1:56 21.999
3 Sonata III 2:12 18.077
4 Sonata IV 1:50 11.956
5 First Interlude 3:49 16.179
6 Sonata V 1:29 20.347
7 Sonata VI 2:17 12.013
8 Sonata VII 1:57 15.924
9 Sonata VIII 2:44 10.355
10 Second Interlude 4:02 11.025
11 Third Interlude 2:51 9.780
12 Sonata IX 4:27 8.770
13 Sonata X 2:57 9.301
14 Sonata XI 3:50 7.511
15 Sonata XII 2:12 9.106
16 Fourth Interlude 2:49 14.868
17 Sonata XIII 3:53 6.817
18 Sonatas XIV and XV 7:11 103
19 Sonata XVI 4:37 6.367

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  • lohrasb

    amazing...

    11 Nov 2011 Rispondi
  • kmullin

    the one i have has Joshua Pierce on piano -- recorded in 1975.

    3 Apr 2011 Rispondi
  • Earth_1940-1960

    It was composed in 1946–1948, shortly after Cage's introduction to Indian philosophy and the teachings of art historian Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, both of which became major influences on the composer's later work. Significantly more complex than his other works for prepared piano, Sonatas and Interludes is generally recognized as one of Cage's finest achievements.

    27 Dic 2010 Rispondi
  • SirAlecHendrix

    oops, i was as wrong as the album cover, this isn't Boris Berman's somewhat slow intepretation (whom i listened to on iTunes). this is actually Maro Ajemian playing, as vivid as Margaret Leng Tan's 21st century recording. BTW "contemporary classical"? John Cage composed the Sonatas 60 years ago, in 1948, this first recording was issued in 1951. BTW [2] what makes composed piano sonatas "experimental"? the extended technique? just asking.

    27 Nov 2009 Rispondi
  • SirAlecHendrix

    Boris Berman uses a less prepared piano and seems to be less prepared for Cage's new musical idiom at the time the album was recorded. these pieces sound cleaner and more "tamed" than John Cage might have intended.

    15 Ott 2009 Rispondi
  • maninalift

    I love this so much. There is something of the logic of it that always reminds me of birdsong.

    20 Ott 2008 Rispondi

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