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Anthony de Mare Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano
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Stephen Sondheim
Antony De Mare
ECM New Series
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Disc: 1
1. A Little Night Fughetta
2. Color and Light
3. Finishing the Hat 2 Pianos
4. The Ladies Who Lunch
5. Perpetual Happiness
6. Birds of Victorian England
7. Johanna in Space
8. You Could Drive A Person Crazy
9. That Old Piano Roll
10. Sorry-Grateful
11. No One Is Alone
12. A Bowler Hat
13. I'm Excited. No You're Not.
Disc: 2
1. The Demon Barber
2. Send in the Clowns
3. The Worst [Empanadas] in London
4. I Think About You
5. Very Put Together
6. I'm Still Here
7. Love is in the Air
8. Epiphany
9. Pretty Women
10. Paraphrase (Someone in a Tree)
11. In and Out of Love
12. Another Hundred People
Disc: 3
1. Into the Woods
2. Every Day A Little Death
3. Merrily We Roll Along
4. Notes on Beautiful
5. Being Alive
6. Not While I'm Around
7. The Ballad of Guiteau
8. Now
9. A Child of Children and Art
10. going... gone
11. Everybody's Got The Right
12. Sunday in the Park ~ Passages (encore)
A starry who's who of the contemporary music world... Each composer was asked to do a free treatment of a Sondheim song, and the results - on this irresistible new CD set are little short of breathtaking... the whole undertaking is a triumph. - San Francisco Chronicle US concert pianist Anthony de Mare pays tribute to Stephen Sondheim in a fascinating project. De Mare invited composers from a broad variety of genres from Sondheims own world of musical theater to jazz, classical, pop, film and beyond to re-imagine a Sondheim song of their choice as a solo piano piece. Contributing re-composers included Steve Reich, Wynton Marsalis, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Fred Hersch, Ethan Iverson, William Bolcom, Duncan Sheik, Nico Muhly, Eve Beglarian, Gabriel Kahane, Thomas Newman, Jake Heggie, and more - in total, 36 composers, ranging in age from 30 75 and representing seven countries and 29 Grammy, Pulitzer, Tony, Academy and Emmy Awards! Each of the composers is having a conversation with Mr. Sondheim, Anthony de Mare told the New York Times, with his material but also his influence, his musical wit and his craft. Recorded 2010 2014 at Greenfield Recital Hall, Manhattan School of Music and American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
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