Prelude and fugue : for solo piano
by Philip Jameson (2011)
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Performance by Zubin Kanga from the CD Selected works by AMC represented artists, vol. 36.
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The prelude pits angular triads against fiendish runs up and down the keyboard, quickly evolving into a grotesque hybrid of two competing musical ideas. But as quickly as the prelude began, it is over, and these competing musical ideas manage to come together as the subject and countersubject of a hushed fugue.
Duration: 4 min.
Written for: Zubin Kanga
First performance: by Zubin Kanga — 18 Nov 11. Recital titled "Generations", Sydney Grammar School, Sydney
The composer notes the following influences associated with this work:
Messiaen, Bach, Baroque, Shostakovich.
Performances of this work
18 Nov 11: Recital titled "Generations", Sydney Grammar School, Sydney. Featuring Zubin Kanga.
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