Tom Constanten | Deep Expressions, Longtime Known

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Deep Expressions, Longtime Known

by Tom Constanten

Classical keyboard music from the last three centuries
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Prelude in E (J. S. Bach)
1:12 album only
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2. Sonata in E (excerpt) (D. Scarlatti)
1:39 album only
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3. les baricades misterieuses (F. Couperin)
1:57 album only
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4. la muze-plantine (F. Couperin)
2:21 album only
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5. Sonata in F (Haydn) 1st movement
3:30 album only
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6. Sonata in F (Haydn) 2nd movement
3:01 album only
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7. Sonata in F (Haydn) 3rd movement
1:56 album only
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8. Sonata #1 (Brahms) 2nd movement
4:28 album only
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9. Intermezzo, Op. 76 #3 (Brahms)
2:13 album only
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10. Intermezzo, Op. 116 #6 (Brahms)
2:54 album only
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11. Intermezzo, Op. 118 #2 (Brahms)
4:35 album only
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12. Romanze, Op. 118 #5 (Brahms)
3:34 album only
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13. Consolation #3 (Liszt)
2:55 album only
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14. Nocturne, Op. 9 #1 (Chopin)
3:58 album only
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15. Nocturne, Op. 48 #2 (Chopin)
6:08 album only
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16. Etude #25 (Chopin)
2:10 album only
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17. Våren (Grieg)
3:06 album only
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18. Prelude, Op. 11 #4 (Scriabin)
3:20 album only
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19. Gnossienne #2 (Satie)
0:58 album only
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20. Waltz for Debbie (Evans)
1:39 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
One of the contributors to the ’60s San Francisco Sound crosses over from the Rock n’ Roll Universe to present a wide-ranging panorama of keyboard gems, many off the beaten track. The parade spans three centuries, from the sparkle of Bach, Scarlatti, and Haydn through the romantic meditations of Liszt and Brahms. There are tone paintings by Chopin, Grieg, and Satie, winding up with a waltz by Bill Evans. The recordings themselves range back to a 1972 studio session with a two-manual Flemish-style harpsichord, through studio recordings on Steinways.

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