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eBook Bartok and the Piano: A Performer's View epub

by Barbara Nissman

eBook Bartok and the Piano: A Performer's View epub
  • ISBN: 0810843013
  • Author: Barbara Nissman
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Music
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Scarecrow Press (December 2002)
  • Pages: 319 pages
  • ePUB size: 1949 kb
  • FB2 size 1164 kb
  • Formats lit docx txt lrf


Barbara Nissman, Lewisburg, West Virginia. Bartok and the Piano: A Performer's View. A virtuoso himself at the piano, Béla Bartók was also responsible for over 300 compositions for his beloved instrument.

Barbara Nissman, Lewisburg, West Virginia. Yet, of all the books exploring his life and music, this is the first to depart from the realm of complex music theory Barbara Nissman.

Barbara Nissman has long been associated with the music of Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera . Prokofiev and the Piano: A Performer's View.

Barbara Nissman has long been associated with the music of Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera, and the composer's final work, Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 54 (1982) is dedicated to her. In 1976 she was invited by the composer to play his Piano Concerto No. 1, O. In 2002 Scarecrow Press published Nissman’s book,Bartók and the Piano: A Performer’s View, including a full-length CD of selected works performed by the author. At the University of Michigan Nissman studied with György Sándor, himself a student of Béla Bartók.

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Barbara Nissman one of the last pianists in the grand romantic tradition of Liszt, Rachmaninoff, and . I have trouble articulating the difference between Nissman and other pianists

Barbara Nissman one of the last pianists in the grand romantic tradition of Liszt, Rachmaninoff, and Rubinstein". A magnificent interpreter of my music, one of the best pianists in the world. extremely endowed with an unprecedented technique and a great ability of interpretation. I have trouble articulating the difference between Nissman and other pianists. She seems willing to go over the cliff, hand in hand with the composer.

Out of Doors: I. With Drums and Pipes. Out of Doors: II. Barcarolla.

Barbara Nissman has long been associated with the music of Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera, and the . In 2002 Scarecrow Press published Nissman’s book, Bartók and the Piano: A Performer’s View, including a full-length CD of selected works performed by the author

Barbara Nissman has long been associated with the music of Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera, and the composer's final work, Piano Sonata No. In 2002 Scarecrow Press published Nissman’s book, Bartók and the Piano: A Performer’s View, including a full-length CD of selected works performed by the author.

Barbara Nissman is an American pianist. She is especially known for her interpretations and performances of the works of Alberto Ginastera and Sergei Prokofiev which feature prominently in her repertoire. She is also a writer and a producer of a new DVD series, and a guest clinician presenting concerts, master classes and lectures world-wide.

The second -movement is pure "slapstick" (Charlie Chaplin style) done with a straight face. The nostalgic third-movement Waltz is what I call Prokofiev's reply to George Gershwin's "The man I love" (they met many years before in Paris.

Love & War: Barbara Nissman, Piano - Prokofiev, Chopin, Liszt, Lees, Bartók, 2014.

A virtuoso himself at the piano, Béla Bartók was also responsible for over 300 compositions for his beloved instrument. Yet, of all the books exploring his life and music, this is the first to depart from the realm of complex music theory. Written from the vantage point of a pianist and active performer rather than a theorist or musicologist, Bartók and the Piano: A Performer's View readily addresses the artist's exceptional relationship with the piano, paying special attention to form, structure, and the foundation and roots of his musical vocabulary. Using universal terms that the most novice of music lovers will find appealing, the book focuses on Bartók's approach to his music, his pianism, and the discipline and preparation required for performance. It serves as a guide to more informed listening, and will enable its readers to appreciate not only the work of Bartók, but that of countless others.In the midst of recording Bartók's complete works, renowned pianist Barbara Nissman has explored the very roots of his creative processes. To further aid readers in understanding the elements of the repertoire at hand, a CD insert of Bartók's music performed by the author is included. A perfect companion to Benjamin Suchoff's Bela Bartók: Life and Work, the first in-depth biography of the artist and folklorist.
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