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Christopher D. Lewis | The New-Fangled Clavier

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The New-Fangled Clavier

by Christopher D. Lewis

A collection of old and new music for harpsichord
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Prelude in C Major, Well Tempered Clavier, Book I
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2. Fugue in C Major, Well Tempered Clavier, Book I
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3. Les Barricades Misterieuses, Sixieme Ordre
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4. La Marche des Scythes
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5. Passagio
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6. Truman Sleeps
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7. Metamorphosis 3
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8. With a Hey Ho Jimi's Jo
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9. Downtown Swagger Rag
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10. Night Train Boogie
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11. Fandango Ardiente
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Christopher D. Lewis is a contemporary harpsichordist hailing from Rhiwbina, a small suburb of Cardiff, Wales. UK. In 2005 he moved to Montréal, in Quebec, Canada, to study modern harpsichord at McGill University under the expert guidance of Hank Knox & Luc Beauséjour. In 2009 Lewis became the first person in nearly 200 years to graduate from McGill with a degree in Modern Harpsichord Performance. His strongest interest as a harpsichordist is establishing the instrument as an important factor in both the performance and composition of contemporary music. The subject of Lewis’s baccalaureate thesis was the harpsichord’s prominent appearance in the music of the 20th Century, including an extensive section on its use in popular music. Currently residing in Toronto, in Ontario, Canada, Lewis happily continues his crusade to “promote the awareness and enjoyment of modern music for that most delightful instrument: the harpsichord!”


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