Recorded on 06/14/2005, uploaded on 01/25/2009
Musician's or Publisher's Notes
(Andrei) Schultz-Evler takes a dramatically different approach to the genre of
transcription and creates a brilliant and exuberant work. His concert arabesques are graceful and elegant demonstrations of what might be called a
three-hand playing: glistening strands
of scales, thirds and octaves, swirl about amidst the symphonic strains of the
"Blue Danube" waltzes, creating
illusion that more than two hands must be at work. The composition gives pianists an opportunity to show off their
unabashed romanticism, imaginative and revolutionary technique, and personal
style. Jie Chen
Courtesy of International Music Foundation.
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