If Leaves could Sing : Piano sonata/tone poem
by Romano Crivici (2016, this version: 2021)
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Performance by Romano Crivici from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 141.
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Library shelf no. CD 3236 [Available for loan]
A long, lyrical ambient work. Melodic a lot of the time, with the occasional outburst of virtuosic passage work.
Year: 2016, this version: 2021
Duration: 13 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Arpeggio and passage work, ability to 'sing' independent lines, and some complex rhythms.
Commission note: Commissioned by Powerhouse Museum, Sydney (Part of partnership project between Powerhouse Museum and Elektra String Quartet) This work has undergone extensive revision and development since its first performance/recording in 2001
The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Impressionistic, Franz Liszt, Ambient, late-romantic influences, hints of jazz.
Performances of this work
2001: Powerhouse Museum's Stuart piano, Sydney NSW. Featuring Romano Crivici.
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