|1||Chorale In E Flat||1:53|
|2||We Will Meet Again||3:12|
|3||Etude In C Sharp Minor||2:46|
|6||Pour Les Arpeges Composes||4:37|
|7||D Flat Major Nocturne||5:37|
|8||Chorale In F||2:00|
|9||Wichita Vortex Sutra||4:32|
|10||Chorale In A Minor||2:15|
- Recorded By – Rosey Chan – 859725622215
- Producer – Sting
I see this as the beginning of a journey that will combine Music of different kinds. Classical, Improvisation and Jazz.
Why Bach Chorales?
The Music of Bach remains relevant. The Chorales are transcriptions from choral works (St. Matthew Passion) and I use them as 'palette cleansers' between the other sound worlds I hope to take the listener to - They create transitions.
How do the various pieces connect to each other - Scriabin / Bill Evans / Tom Waits etc?
The differences are not so great - You can hear, for example, in Bill Evans' music that he was influenced by Bach, Scriabin and Debussy, I think its also important to remember that all music is 'improvised' by the composer before being written down.
Who are your favourite composers?
Hard to choose - Aside from the aforementioned, I also have a great love for the impressionists, but ask me again in a week and it could be Rachmaninoff, Shostakovic, Victoria Bond or Nadia Boulanger!
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Distribution Code: 859725622215