Piano Solo - Advanced Intermediate
Composed by Paul Wehage. 21st Century, Minimalism, Repertoire, Recital. Score. 6 pages. Published by Musik Fabrik (S0.195727).
Item Number: S0.195727
Early Morning: New York Skyline (Hommage à Philip Glass) was written for the French pianist
Nicolas Horvath, an untiring champion of New Music and noted performer of Philip Glass’ piano
music. The work was written for a series of concerts in honor of Glass that Horvath will perform
in a number of capitals, beginning at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France in March, 2014.
The work begins with an ostinato-figure in the right-hand, which should be played at the same
dynamic and absolutely in rythmn thourhout the work. In the left-hand, two motives are presented
with slightly different rhythmic contexts, the lower motif which gradually becomes more present
and the higher motive which grandually becomes more and more distant. The sustain pedal should
be used throughout the work and the ressonance should be allowed to ring at the end.?
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