Ives / Brylewski / Ralser: Concord Sonata

Ives / Brylewski / Ralser: Concord Sonata
Title: Concord Sonata
Artist: Ives / Brylewski / Ralser
Label: Dux Recording Prod.
UPC: 5902547013138
Genre: Classical Artists

Concord, Massachusetts is an American city that in the nineteenth century was a haven for thinkers and activists who focused on the trend of transcendentalism representing values such as equality, independence and self-reliance. The ideas of transcendentalists was inherent in Charles Ives works. His 4-part Piano Sonata II Concord, Mass. 1840-1860 is devoted to "four wise people" associated with Concord - important representatives of this trend. During Ives's life the Sonata was considered almost impossible to perform, and as a result was rarely recorded. It was eventually recorded in Poland for the first time. This task was undertaken by pianist Daniel Brylewski, laureate of international contests for contemporary music, specializing in the 20th and 21st century repertoire. The present release presents that recording.

1.1 Emerson - Daniel Brylewski/Paulina Ryjak
1.2 Hawthorne
1.3 The Alcotts
1.4 Thoreau - Daniel Brylewski/Carolin Ralser

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Ives / Brylewski / Ralser: Concord Sonata


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