Articles tagged piano

Philip Glass - “Etude No. 16” (video)

Leading up to the November 25th release of the complete collection of his piano etudes, Philip Glass plans to drop two tracks from the 20-song collection each week. This week, you can view Maki Namekawa's performance of "Etude No. 16".

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Gerald Clayton: Life Forum

Clayton's progressive musical ideas and exceptional musicianship propel Life Forum.

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10 Apr 2013 // 11:01 PM

Keith Jarrett: Hymns/Spheres

A double-disc set that finds the jazz pianist jamming on a baroque organ in the 1970s (when else?).

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19 Oct 2011 // 10:00 PM

Gabe Dixon: One Spark

Piano man takes aim at pop stardom.

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Francisca Valenzuela: 20 September 2011 - New York

While Chilean-American singer-songwriter Francisca Valenzuela doesn’t possess Fiona Apple’s antipathy, an artist she is often compared to, she does have equal command of

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Tori Amos’ Latest Video Continues Her Tradition of Cheese

Tori Amos' latest video continues her long running awkward relationship with the visual medium.

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Craig Taborn: Avenging Angel

This set invites reflection and negotiation even as it demands both energy and patience.

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Antonymes: The Licence to Interpret Dreams

It's the lingering of sounds that interests Ian M. Hazeldine.

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Jean-Philippe Collard-Neven: Fleeting Music

"Oh, screw it. Roll tape," says Belgian composer Jean-Philippe Collard-Neven.

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Charlotte Martin: Dancing on Needles

Charlotte Martin can wail like a banshee in the stratosphere, but she never sacrifices musical clarity or pop propulsion.

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Marina & The Diamonds: The Family Jewels

Marina has very ambitious goals for herself, which I can't imagine the majority of her audience really sharing on her behalf.

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20 Mar 2009 // 7:04 AM

Dexter Romweber is duo-ing what he does best

The first thing you notice is the source material. Actually, that’s a lie. Before anything, there are the variations of the two-member-band sound Dexter

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29 Jul 2007 // 11:00 PM

Nico Muhly: Speaks Volumes

It's two degrees of separation; it's meta-evocation.

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Hauschka: Versions of the Prepared Piano

To really love it I'd have to enjoy Tarwater's "World of Things to Touch" as much as I like "Para Bien" and I don't, I can't.

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16 Nov 2006 // 4:00 PM

Dexter Romweber: piano

Short programme, late Romantic post-Liszt piano music, freshly composed and freshly played con amore.

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Perspectives on Death in 'Game of Thrones - A Nest of Vipers'

// Moving Pixels

"How do you decide who lives and who dies?

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