|Bilson, Malcolm / Malcolm Bilson Plays Dussek, Cramer, Haydn|
|Add Date:||2010-12-12|| ||Pull Date:||2011-02-13|| ||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||16 Jan|
Solo piano, rich classical. Music from the “London Pianoforte School” 1790ish, played on an copy of a period English piano which sounds not quite like pianos today. Liner notes make for great music appreciation. Feel free to play 1-4 or 6-8 in their entirety, or individual movements, works either way.|
+1. Dramatic and personal, begins in a minor key, lightens around 3 mins into it. RIYL Chopin (and who doesn’t?), Shubert. Though it is perhaps a bit long.
2. Quiet intro, then stately, then rolling, then gentle
3.Lively and light, bits of drama, quiet end. If you need a short track to add a little class this’ll do nicely
4.Trills, gentle, the end really does sound like a fond goodbye.
+5. familiar tune worked in various playful ways
6.Fast, excited, pauses for breath.
+7.Contentment on a personal scale, like a friendly conversation
8.And the horse you bet in comes around the bend in the lead! It’s a good day.