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Keith Jarrett : Tokyo Solo (2002)  Music

Posted by hanumanz at Aug. 18, 2006
Keith Jarrett : Tokyo Solo (2002)

Keith Jarrett : Tokyo Solo (2002)
Piano Solo Improvisation
DVD Audio Rip | MP3 Lame Insane 320 kbs + Covers = 265 MB
The Best Of Piano Solo - Immortal Romantic Songs - Disc 1
|Piano Solo|320kbps|44khz|mp3|

Alexander Scriabin Prelude for piano solo  Music

Posted by ysov at Dec. 4, 2009
Alexander Scriabin  Prelude for piano solo

Andrei Diev, piano | Alexander Scriabin Preludes for piano solo
MP3 LAME 190 kbs | Scans | RS | RAR | Foobar 2000 | 84,1 and 87,2 Mb
1996/97 | Classical, instrumental | 2 CD
ARTE NOVA classics 74321 65422 2

Keith Jarrett - Tribute  Music

Posted by Alexun at Sept. 12, 2006
Keith Jarrett - Tribute

Keith Jarrett - Tribute

Keith Jarrett - Tribute
Label: ECM | Genre: Jazz | EAC FLAC lossless | Release 1989 | 2 CD + Covers - Total: 597 MB

Keith Jarrett (Piano, Main Performer, Performer), Gary Peacock, (Bass, Performer), Jack DeJohnette (Drums, Performer).

Other Credits:
Charlie Parker (Performer), Coleman Hawkins (Performer), Anita O'Day (Performer), John Coltrane (Performer), Nancy Wilson (Performer), Miles Davis (Performer), Lee Konitz (Performer), Sonny Rollins (Performer).

The Keith Jarrett Standards Trio gets back down to business with two CDs' worth of familiar and perhaps not-so-familiar tunes, recorded in one evening in Cologne, Germany. There is a concept this time, for all the standards carry a dedication to some jazz man or woman who performed them – and they are not predictable choices; Lee Konitz for "Lover Man," "It's Easy to Remember" for John Coltrane, "All of You" for Miles Davis, etc. Almost every number has a reflective solo piano introduction, with one of the notable exceptions being Jarrett's rolling, convoluted opening variations on "All the Things You Are" (Sonny Rollins).

"the trio swings ferociously…On tender ballads…the trio displays a delicate sense of dynamics and a high degree of interplay that borders on the telephathic…one of the most flexible, sympathetic piano trios working right now…", says The JazzTimes review and I absolutely agree with them. You just have to put it and let the trio make their magic.

Keith Jarrett - Staircase  Music

Posted by Alexun at Sept. 3, 2006
Keith Jarrett - Staircase

Keith Jarrett - Staircase
Label: ECM | Genre: Jazz | MP3 320 Kbps | 168 Mb | Release 1976

Solo performer: Keith Jarrett (piano). Recorded at Davout Studio, Paris, France in May 1976. Recorded in Paris in 1976, this is a solo piano album devoted to four pieces. Each of these pieces is divided into two or three sections, with the result a cross between his shorter solo works, such as FACING YOU, and his longer improvisations (THE KOLN CONCERT, SUN BEAR CONCERTS). These are variations on a theme, whose highly contrasting approaches make for a vivid whole. The title piece's second part holds the core melodic structure while turning highly percussive, sounding like rainfall on an outdoor stairway. "Hourglass" finds Jarrett exploring the gospel-tinged sounds he's favored from the earliest years of his career. "Sundial" is the set's most meditative piece, while the aptly named "Sand" is earthier. STAIRCASE is recorded with gorgeous, warm clarity.
Jeroen Van Veen - Minimal Piano Collection Vol.I-IX: Box Set 9CDs (2007)

Jeroen Van Veen - Minimal Piano Collection Vol.I-IX: Box Set 9CDs (2007)
Classical, Minimalism | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1,44 Gb | Covers 65 Mb
Label: Brilliant Classics | Release Year: 2007

This unusual collection is dedicated to the very popular style: minimal music. Over the years this has evolved from austere, almost strict repetition with tiny movements to a more varied and free approach to material and technique. This set includes works for piano solo by most of the famous minimal composers. Starting with initiator, if you will, Cage, and followed by the first generation entirely devoting itself to this style: Riley and Glass. The next generation is represented by John Adams and Michael Nyman. Dutch pianist Jeroen van Veen is fascinated by minimal music.

Olga Scheps - Erik Satie: Piano Music (2016)  Music

Posted by Designol at Aug. 9, 2016
Olga Scheps - Erik Satie: Piano Music (2016)

Olga Scheps - Erik Satie: Piano Music (2016)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 187 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included | Time: 01:04:24
Genre: Classical | Label: Sony/RCA Red Label | # 88985305402

May 17th sees Erik Satie's 150th anniversary and ECHO-Klassik Award winning pianist Olga Scheps presents the only new studio recording of his most beautiful piano solo works for the Satie celebrations 2016. Erik Satie is among the most popular composers worldwide, his most famous piano pieces such as „Gymnopédie No. 1” or “Je te veux” are instantly recognisable, having be used constantly in motion picture soundtracks and TV ads. As a special Bonus Olga Scheps recorded “Gentle Threat” by Chilly Gonzales, whom she frequently works together with on stage. Olga Scheps was born in Moscow in 1986, the daughter of two pianists, and discovered the instrument for herself at the age of four. She began studying the piano more intensively after her family moved to Germany in 1992. At an early age she had already developed her own unique style of keyboard playing, which combines intense emotiveness and powerful expressivity with extraordinary pianistic technique.

Tim Neumark - Moments (Solo Piano, Op. 7) (2015)  Music

Posted by varrock at Aug. 1, 2016
Tim Neumark - Moments (Solo Piano, Op. 7) (2015)

Tim Neumark - Moments (Solo Piano, Op. 7) (2015)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Tracks: 13 | 45:17 min | 106 Mb
Style: New Age | Label: Tim Neumark

"Moments, Op. 7" is pianist/composer Tim Neumark’s eighth album and his second album this year. Twelve of the thirteen tracks are solo piano, but the lucky thirteenth is a fully orchestrated arrangement of Neumark’s first composition, “Beginnings.” It was included as a piano solo on his debut album, "Biography," but Neumark always envisioned the piece as an orchestral work. With Doug Hammer’s help, that dream has become a reality for the whole world to hear! The music on Moments was inspired by those unplanned moments in life that mean so much and truly define what life is all about. Most of the music on this album is on the lighter, happier side, strongly influenced by life with two very young daughters and a couple of playful cats. The liner notes explain where these moments came from. Some are personal experiences and some are other people’s moments that affected Neumark enough to compose music for them. Although classical music has a strong influence, Neumark’s music isn’t overly flashy, but is confident, lyrical and heartfelt.

Barry Douglas - Brahms: Works for Solo Piano, Vol. 6 (2016)  Music

Posted by tomashass at July 9, 2016
Barry Douglas - Brahms: Works for Solo Piano, Vol. 6 (2016)

Barry Douglas - Brahms: Works for Solo Piano, Vol. 6 (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 01:17:33 | 175MB
Genre: Classical, Piano | Label: Chandos Records

In the sixth and final volume of his complete works for piano by Brahms, the Irish pianist Barry Douglas - which one recalls Rafla first prize at the Tchaikovsky Competition in 1986, the first non-Russian since Van Cliburn in 1958 - we present the composer historian, arranger and teacher. Historian, he is with his rooms in the old style - gigue, sarabande, canon -; and at the same time, arranger with the gavotte from Gluck. Arranger, he is with his own Hungarian Dances rewritten for piano solo (the original being for piano four hands), and in Walk Rákóczy (also known as the Hungarian March) from Berlioz; and at the same time teacher since the studies we present Douglas are written respectively by Chopin, Bach and Weber - the latter especially in a pretty sneaky arrangement of the Chaconne, originally for solo violin by Brahms for the left hand alone .

Nicolas Hodges - Ferneyhough: Complete Piano Works (2015)  Music

Posted by tomashass at March 3, 2016
Nicolas Hodges - Ferneyhough: Complete Piano Works (2015)

Nicolas Hodges - Ferneyhough: Complete Piano Works (2015)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 01:38:17 | 225 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Neos

Brian Ferneyhough born in Coventry in 1943 and recipient of the prestigious Siemens Prize in 2007 counts among the great musical challengers of our time. As an unyielding proponent of a steady refinement of musical perception, he doesn't shy away from mind-boggling structural aggregations and extreme technical and artistic demands on his musicians. In doing so he enjoys the support of a handpicked group of virtuosos, who regularly perform his compositions all over the world. One of the most prominent among those is pianist Nicolas Hodges, who, together with his colleague and friend Rolf Hind, presents, for the first time, Ferneyhough's complete works for piano. Between 1965 and 2013, seven works for piano solo or piano duo emerged from the composer's studio, all of them destined to captivate the listener's attention with complex musical adventures and regularly putting him into incredulous amazement.