Hugo Goldenzweig & William Schimmel | A Chopin, Beethoven, Frosini, Schimmel Mix

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A Chopin, Beethoven, Frosini, Schimmel Mix

by Hugo Goldenzweig & William Schimmel

A piano and an accordion (piano accordion) meet and share their artistic, cultural, and social baggage, the piano with its highbrow connotations and the accordion with its highbrow/lowbrow roots, taking a journey into atemporal time and space.
Genre: Avant Garde: Classical Avant-Garde
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1. Preludes (C Major, G Major, E Minor, B Minor, A Major, D-Flat Major, B-Flat Major, F Minor, C Minor) [Chopin Accordion Preludes] [C Major, E Minor, A Major, E-Flat Major, C Minor]
Hugo Goldenzweig & William Schimmel
22:42 $1.99
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2. Pathetique Sonata, First Movement / Rhapsody No. 2 (The Vaudevillian Pathetique)
Hugo Goldenzweig & William Schimmel
12:36 $1.99
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3. Appassionata Sonata, First Movement
Hugo Goldenzweig & William Schimmel
11:59 $1.99
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A Piano and an accordion (piano accordion) meet and share their artistic, cultural and social baggage. The piano with its highbrow connotations and the accordion with its highbrow/lowbrow roots take a journey into atemporal time and space where the bistro meets the salon. The accordion adds orchestration t the piano. It makes a coy, ironic response to the Chopin Preludes with the Chopin Accordion Preludes (Realities by Schimmel, not transcriptions). In the Frosini Rhapsody No. 2 (The Vaudevillian Pathetique), The accordion blatantly and skillfully imitates Beethoven’s Pathetique. Thus, two cultures meet-with no apologies or pretensions to create a third dimension, a dramatic presentation in past, present, and future.

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