"These pieces are probably his most contemporary music work, build on the same principle with other instruments of what he discovered on piano with Strumming mid-70. This is an unique variation of the way to compose. A perpetual rise in a continuum of sound. "Strumming For Bösendorfer Piano" (performed by Charlemagne Palestine in 1974). "Strumming For Harpsichord" (performed by Betsy Freeman at Carnegie Recital Hall, New York in 1977). "Strumming For Strings" (performed by musicians from San Francisco Conservatory of Music, organized by John Adams in 1977)." (label info)
in stock | BE| 2006| SUB ROSA | 23.90

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