Pianist Stephen Clarke plays seven works for solo piano by Estonian-born, Canadian-naturalized composer Udo Kasemets that focus on specific designs of micro-detail.
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Label: Hat [now] ART
Catalog ID: Hat[now]ART113
Squidco Product Code: 18482
Packaging: Cardstock 3 page foldover
Recorded at The Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta, Canada, on November 26th, 27th, and 28th, 1996, by John Sorensen and Reid Kruger.
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1. Timepiece (1964) version 1 6:09
2. Tangovariables on the Word TANGO (1986) 16:57
3. Tinepiece (1964) version 2 8:44
4. 3/7 D'un Morceau in Forme de Poire (1995) 3:05
5. Feigenbaum Cascades (1995) 15:29
6. Pythagoras Tree (1994) 14:55
7. Music of the First Eleven Primes (1995) 8:15
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"Estonian-born (1919), Canadian-naturalized composer Udo Kasemets was a pupil of Hermann Scherchen and Ernst Krenek during his studies in Stuttgart and Darmstadt, and took from them a healthy eclecticism and questioning of conventions. Symbolically, these scores for solo piano can be seen as Kasemets' equivalent of architectural drawing, focusing on specific designs of micro-detail with an intimacy of expression that suggests his vision of an "open and unknowable horizon" on the path towards discovering "the universal concepts embracing all life, not just music."-Art Lange
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