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Stephen Hough (b1961) 3 - In the Steppes (No 2 of Memories of Childhood, Op 11)Julius Isserlis . Stephen Hough (b1961) 5 - Dulcinea's variation (Extract from Don Quixote)Ludwig Minkus (1826-1917), arr.
The glory of the album lies in its demonstration of Hough's gifts as arranger, transcriber and composer. I would go a long way just to hear him play his two-minute arrangement of Blow the wind southerly, with its shimmering layers of colour and a deceptive simplicity. Your exit has been most graciously supplied by pianist Stephen Houg. hose latest recorded achievement may well be hailed as the most engaging, charming, and delightful recording of the yea. r even the decade’ (Stereophile). Hough’s playing is utterly captivating and intensely intimate.
Stephen Stills is the debut solo album by American musician Stephen Stills released on Atlantic Records in 1970. It is one of four high-profile albums released by each member of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in the wake of their 1970 chart-topping album Déjà Vu. Stills dedicated the album to Jimi Hendrix, who had died two months before the album arrived in stores.
Dream Album (Stephen Hough). Hough gives us sweet dreams care of 27 pianistic delights. by James McCarthy on August 20, 2018. From the cacophony of recorded music that swirls around us in 2018 comes this lovely disc. Pianist Stephen Hough takes us on a civilised and largely gentle journey through his many arrangements of familiar melodies for piano. It makes for an enchanting CD. He begins with a waltz adaption of Strauss’ Radetzky March.
Listen free to Stephen Hough – Stephen Hough's French Album (Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565, Arioso form Keyboard Concerto no. 5 in F minor, BWV 1056 and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Stephen Hough's French Album. Johann Sebastian Bach. The 40 mostly quite short pieces provide a good cross-section of piano virtuosity from the compositional perspectives of greats, near-greats, and a few lesser lights.
Berlioz and Poulenc were decent French composers Mr. Boolez. And this is a very good album because Stephen Hough is a great pianist. KimberlyArtist, 10/22/2012. Delightful! Mr. Hough provides sharp, crisp diction on a piano with crystalline clarity. The pieces by turns sparkle and shimmer.
Stephen Hough Dream Album. Stephen Hough is one of our most frequently-heard pianists on KDFC. His prominence in today’s classical world goes without saying. In this new release, Hough indulges his own musical tastes with pieces that are full of charm and nostalgia. On Dream Album, you’ll hear mostly off the beaten track selections, many of which were arranged for piano by Hough.
Stephen Hough, born November 22nd 1961 on the Wirral, is a celebrated classical pianist as well as an accomplished composer. Like all successful international performers, much of Stephen’s life has been spent on the road. Stephen is also a keen writer and has provided many of the liner notes for his recordings and his essays have received critical praise. Discover Stephen Hough.
In a way, Stephen Hough's Dream Album is a throwback: a pianist of a hundred years ago might have combined existing miniatures with new transcriptions and arrangements in this way. But it's a throwback of the best kind; the sheer appeal of programs like this was lost under the weight of modernist ambitions.