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On Fantasy for Violin and Piano, composer Benjamin Shorstein examines the age-old rules and conventions of musical form and structure and transforms them into inspirational foundations on which to build narratives. The improvisational Fantasy for Violin and Piano begins Shorstein's story with an exploration of emotion and character, as each instrument formlessly weaves and wanders between themes-a sentiment that continues with Sonata for Piano, which extends the album's musical worldbuilding, expanding upon an original theme that remains warm and sensitive as it gains intensity. The dance-based partita is also interpreted anew by Shorstein, as he uses the violin to explore the coexistence of melody and dissonance within self-expression.
On Fantasy for Violin and Piano, composer Benjamin Shorstein examines the age-old rules and conventions of musical form and structure and transforms them into inspirational foundations on which to build narratives. The improvisational Fantasy for Violin and Piano begins Shorstein's story with an exploration of emotion and character, as each instrument formlessly weaves and wanders between themes-a sentiment that continues with Sonata for Piano, which extends the album's musical worldbuilding, expanding upon an original theme that remains warm and sensitive as it gains intensity. The dance-based partita is also interpreted anew by Shorstein, as he uses the violin to explore the coexistence of melody and dissonance within self-expression.
896931007184

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Format: CD
Label: Navona
Rel. Date: 08/05/2022
UPC: 896931007184

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On Fantasy for Violin and Piano, composer Benjamin Shorstein examines the age-old rules and conventions of musical form and structure and transforms them into inspirational foundations on which to build narratives. The improvisational Fantasy for Violin and Piano begins Shorstein's story with an exploration of emotion and character, as each instrument formlessly weaves and wanders between themes-a sentiment that continues with Sonata for Piano, which extends the album's musical worldbuilding, expanding upon an original theme that remains warm and sensitive as it gains intensity. The dance-based partita is also interpreted anew by Shorstein, as he uses the violin to explore the coexistence of melody and dissonance within self-expression.
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