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Felix Mendelssohn, Leonard Bernstein, Michael Brown, Ludwig van Beethoven

Michael Brown

Preludes and Fugues, Op. 35 / Eroica Variations, Op. 35 etc

  • Type CD
  • Label First Hand Records
  • UPC 5060216346267
  • Catalog number FHR 067
  • Release date 06 April 2018

About the album

Since childhood, Michael Brown has been inspired by composers who were also tremendous pianists and it has been his life’s passion to explore both of these disciplines. While the list of musicians who fall into this category is long, three of the greatest composer-pianists include Ludwig Van Beethoven, Felix Mendelssohn, and Leonard Bernstein, whose works are included in this album. Not only did these artists approach music from this dual perspective of a composer and performer, but their compositional craft was undoubtedly influenced by their relationship to the piano. Their music continues to surprise and exhilarate. Also, included are works by Michael Brown.

one of the most refined of all pianist-composers(International Piano)

‘one of the leading figures in the current renaissance of performer-composers(The New York Times)

Recorded at the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City, USA, 24-30 October 2016
Produced by Adam Golka and Roman Rabinovich
Engineered by Leszek Wójcik assisted by Noriko Okabe and Shao-Ting Sun
Edited by Leszek Wójcik • Mastering and artwork by David Murphy (FHR)
24bit, 88.2kHz hi-resolution recording and mastering
Piano: Steinway Model D, ‘Chantal’, serial #594337, tuned and voiced by Tali Mahanor

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