Zesyun

Zesyun

Opus 10 Nr. 2 - Allegretto scherzando

Key : G - Eb - G Major

Schmetterling / Papillon / Butterfly / Vlinder - Opus 43 Nr.1 - Lyrical Pieces

Allegro grazioso

A Major.

March of the Dwarfs - Marche des Nains - Zug der Zwerge - Dwergenmars

Key : D minor - Full Version

Opus 54 - Lyrical Pieces

Key : A minor

Christian August Sinding 11 januari 1856 – Oslo, 3 december 1941)

Gazouillement du Printemps - Rustle of Spring

For Ileana M.

Rondeau Brillant Opus 65 - D flat Major
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INTRO : Invitation to the Dance / Aufforderung zum Tanz
Waltzes
OUTRO : Separation / Abschied

VARIATION ON A WALTZ BY DIABELLI, S147
This variation, written when Liszt was eleven years old, is his earliest existing composition.
Anton Diabelli (1781-1858), composer and music publisher, invited fifty musicians prominent in Vienna (among them the young Liszt and Schubert) to write one variation each on a waltz theme of his own composition.
There is no anticipation of the mature Liszt in this piece. It is in the style of Beethoven - not surprising as Liszt was, at the time of writing it, taking lessons from Beethoven's former pupil Czerny.

Troldtog / Marche des Nains / Zug der Zwerge / March of the Dwarfs / Dwergen Mars
Key : D minor - Abridged Version
Opus 54 - Lyrical Pieces.

From: Pictures of an Exhibition
Women haggling in the market-place at Limoges.

The nostalgic sound of the Steingraeber Upright Piano

Opus 10
Allegro

Abridged version

KAWAI G-Mega Sound Module - Sound Nr. 77

Kawai G-Mega

Ferdinand Joseph La Menthe aka Jelly Roll Morton (1890 - 1941)

Probably Morton's earliest "stomp" he named it after a "marvelous pianist from Florida," Porter King. There is a legend that Morton consulted Joplin about it after he had finished it, and that Joplin returned it with the comment that it needed no improvement.
The B-section uses the Joplinesque broken chord pattern but, in typical Jelly Roll fashion, breaks away from A with a syncopation on a rest.
The trio is a floating folk strain, recalled by St. Louis ragtime pianist Charles Thompson, as "the Rush-On" - a musical interlude used by local pianists in contest between the tunes.
The final section of variations is built on a favorite progression that Morton used in at least one other stomp (Hyena Stomp).

[Stomp : a tune or song in a fast tempo, with a heavy beat].

AKAI Piano Sound Module SG01 p - Used to create the music on this channel.

James P. Johnson is not only the father of so-called 'stride piano' (and the teacher of Fats Waller) but probably the father of all jazz pianists everywhere. Before him, there was only the more demure style of ragtime, but James P. was wider ranging and rythmically more challenging.
His record of this arrangement is from 1945, quite late in Johnson's career, and it is not quite as perfectly executed as his earlier work, but it still represents a considerable challenge for lesser mortals.

Transcription by Brian Priestley, used here to create the MIDI-file.

Kawai CA 800 offers three demos:

1. Jazz Demo
2. Chopin's Polonaise in A
3. Debussy's Arabesque in E

An impression of Erroll Garner's use of harmony and rythme. His playing style cannot be captured in a midi-file.

Transcription : Morris Feldman

Structure : INTRO AA BB CC INTERLUDE A

Novelty rag [1923]

Composer of 'Bantam Step' [available]

Structure : INTRO [A]A BB A [C]C [1913]

Structure : INTRO A[A] BB A C

As in his 'I'm Alabama Bound' Hoffman used a floating folk strain here, recalled years later by Jelly Roll Morton. It was also used by J. Russel Robinson, who had then recently visited New Orleans.

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