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Carlo Grante plays Chopin & Godowsky at The Kennedy Center, Washington

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 2700 F St., NW, Washington, Distretto di Columbia, Stati Uniti
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The spirit of Johann Sebastian Bach will suffuse the Terrace Theater of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, May 14, 2014, as Italian pianist Carlo Grante makes his first concert appearance in the nation's capital, in a program containing not a single note of Bach's music.

"Chopin's Preludes, Op. 28, form the composer's most dense and varied set of works," states Mr. Grante, "possibly the most comprehensive example of Chopin's sound-world. They were inspired by Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier and its concept of a journey through the twelve major and minor keys, with a unique breadth in terms of character, mood, invention, melodic and harmonic vocabulary. As in the Bach, Chopin's Preludes embody the essence of his compositional and keyboard idiom.

"Hearing this set next to twelve of Godowsky's Studies on Chopin's Études provides a rare insight," he continues, "suggesting how Chopin's music could have developed had he combined, as Godowsky did, 'Chopin's sonority with Bach's polyphony' (Godowsky's own words). Just as Chopin's music cannot get any denser, stylistically, than in the 24 Preludes, its hypothetical development cannot get any more complex and challenging, pianistically, than in the notorious Godowsky Studies, which have been selected, in this program, to provide a version by Godowsky for each of the twelve original Études, Op. 10 by Chopin."




Carlo Grante, piano

Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.

Terrace Theater • The Kennedy Center

2700 F Street NW • Washington, DC 20566


PROGRAM:

FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN: 24 PRELUDES, OP. 28

1. Agitato – C major
2. Lento – A minor
3. Vivace – G major
4. Largo – E minor
5. Molto allegro – D major
6. Lento assai – B minor
7. Andantino – A major
8. Molto agitato – F-sharp minor
9. Largo – E major
10. Molto allegro – C-sharp minor
11. Vivace – B major
12. Presto – G-sharp minor
13. Lento – F-sharp major
14. Allegro – E-flat minor
15. Sostenuto – D-flat major (“Raindrop”)
16. Presto con fuoco– B-flat minor
17. Allegretto – A-flat major
18. Molto allegro – F minor
19. Vivace – E-flat major
20. Largo – C minor
21. Cantabile – B-flat major
22. Molto agitato – G minor
23. Moderato – F major
24. Allegro appassionato – D minor

LEOPOLD GODOWSKY: 12 ÉTUDES ON CHOPIN'S ÉTUDES, OP. 10
(from 53 Studies on the Études of Chopin)

1. (Op. 10 No. 1) in C major – Allegro maestoso
4. (Op. 10 No. 2) in A minor “Ignis Fatuus” – Allegro
5. (Op. 10 No. 3) in Db major – Lento, ma non troppo – for the left hand alone
6. (Op. 10 No. 4) in C# minor – Presto – for the left hand alone
8. (Op. 10 No. 5) in C major Vivace
13. (Op. 10 No. 6) in Gb minor (for the left hand alone=
14. (Op. 10 No. 7) in C major – Vivace
16. (Op. 10 No. 8) in F major – Allegro risoluto
18. (Op. 10 No. 9) in F minor – Mesto
19. (Op. 10 No. 10) in D major – Allegro moderato
21. (Op. 10 No. 11) in A major - Allegro sostenuto
22. (Op. 10 No. 12) in C# minor - Allegro con fuoco (for the left hand alone)

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il 14 maggio 2014

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