8 thoughts on “ Serenade In A (1925) - Jenny Lin - Stravinsky: Solo Piano Works (CD, Album)

  1. Jenny Lin’s adventurous programming efforts turn to Igor Stravinsky, whose smaller-scale works tend to escape the spotlight. Yet Stravinsky’s solo piano is packed with as much theatricality as his music for larger and louder forces. From instant to instant, this theater can be comedic, raucous, rustic — and then suddenly intimate and moving.
  2. Igor Stravinsky's colorful ballets are his most popular works, followed by his concertos, symphonies, and choral compositions, but his pieces for solo piano have a small following, due as much to infrequent performances as to their modest size and narrow scope. Jenny Lin's album on Steinway & Sons addresses this lack of attention, and her attractive performances make a strong case for.
  3. Jenny Lin's adventurous programming efforts turn to Igor Stravinsky, whose smaller-scale works tend to escape the spotlight. But Stravinsky's solo piano is packed with as much theatricality as his music for larger and louder forces. From instant to instant, these gestures can be comedic, raucous, rustic - and then suddenly intimate and moving.5/5(8).
  4. Igor Stravinsky's colorful ballets are his most popular works, followed by his concertos, symphonies, and choral compositions, but his pieces for solo piano have a small following, due as much to infrequent performances as to their modest size and narrow scope. Jenny Lin's album on Steinway & Sons addresses this lack of attention, and her attractive performances make a strong case for 9/
  5. Stravinsky composed at the piano and was a good enough pianist to tour his concertos between the wars. Yet he wrote little original solo piano music. The most substantial scores here are his early Four Etudes, Op. 7 (), the neo-Bach-cum-Beethoven Piano Sonata () and the graceful galant four-movement Serenade ().3/5.
  6. Buy Stravinsky: Solo Piano Works [Jenny Lin] [Steinway & Sons: STNS ] by Jenny Lin, Stravinsky, None from Amazon's Classical Music Store. Everyday low 5/5(4).
  7. J. Lin: Stravinsky (Solo Piano Works) Jenny Lin. Jenny Lin's album on Steinway & Sons addresses this lack of attention, and her attractive performances make a strong case for their inclusion on more recital programs. (), and the Serenade in A () are the most ambitious in their technical demands and musical development.
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