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THE LAKE OF SAINTIRRAL (THE ELVES part II)
Have you ever seen a road and stayed put wondering if you are to actually take it? This immersive works, will take you with this second opus of The Elves in the enchanting place of the legends and mythology of Northern Europe.
With this work, the composer seems to evocate the elf within to – maybe – find the answers to those questions that each of us has inside…
(Partition will be published as soon)
A very beautiful interpretation of the piece THE ENCHANTING FOREST (THE ELVES part I) by the pianist Emma Saskia Baehler.
The elves are beings that are part of the legends and mythology of Northern Europe. This piano piece creates an ethereal soundscape to evoke such characteristics as those of an enchanted forest where the little fairies live, beneficial to the world. “The Elves” is a luminous work with wild passages and broad melodic lines that create a captivating and hypnotic atmosphere.
A superb interpretation of THE UGLY DUCKLING (op. 17) performed by Dimitris Anousis
ETUDE FOR PIANO (op. 8) beautifully performed by Emma Saskia Baehler on a Kayserburg concert piano from Musikladen in Bern
This Etude for piano explore the arpeggiated chords. The melody is sentimental and romantic. The harmony is diatonic at first but modulates into a different key. The harmonic development in here is very colorful, deep and emotionally intense. Following section brings back the opening melody that modulates to the original key. There is also a Coda that allows now the arpeggios to be played by the right hand while the melody is given to the left.
This Etude won the First Prize Golden Key Music Festival of Vienna 2015
DIMENSIONS 7 (op. 16) performed by Dimitris Anousis.
TOCCATA (op. 9) extracted form the spanish suite performed by Dimitris Anousis
AURORA is a classical composition for piano inspired by the beauty of the nature.
Impromptu on Exodus Song soundtrack of the film,
composed by Ernest Gold
Ballad on a rhapsody Improvisation on the theme notes
of Rhapsody in Blue composed by George Gershwin
Souvenirs from Paris on Charles Trenet’s song “Que reste-t-il de nos amours ?“
Piano Boogie Woogie in the clouds to avoid the blues