Kapustin’s piano etudes, in particular, are a considerable contribution to standard etude repertoire that remains understudied. Kapustin’s etudes are innovative. Sheet Music – £ – Kapustin was trained in the great Russian piano tradition and his style is a fascinating and distinctive blend of classical and jazz styles. Abstract (summary): Nicholai Kapustin (), a Ukrainian composer whose music amalgamates the Western classical tradition with jazz.
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Concert for two pianos and percussion Op.
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Nikolaj Girshevich Kapustin – Concert Etudes (8) Op. 40 Piano
Variations for piano and big-band Op. Piece for sextet Op. Archived from the original on Concerto for alto-saxophone and orchestra Op. A Little Duo for flute and cello Op. Minuet for big-band Op. Fantasia for piano Op. Impromptu Improvisation for piano Op.
Five Etudes in Different Intervals for piano Op. Concert Rhapsody for piano and orchestra Op. Ten Inventions for piano Op. Paraphrase on the theme of Paul Dvoirin for piano Op. Sinfonietta for orchestra Op.
Good Intention for piano solo Op. Piece for two pianos and orchestra Op.
Recommended Citation Wang, R. Intermezzo for piano and orchestra Op. Violin Concerto Op. Fantasia for jazz quartet Op. Variations for piano Op. Elegy for cello and piano Op. Sonata for violin and piano Op. Theme and Variations eutdes piano Op.
Concert Etudes (8) Op. 40 Piano
Suite for cello solo Op. Andante for piano Op.
Rondoletto for piano Op. Piece for trumpet and orchestra Op. Four Pieces for instrumental ensemble Op. These two sets of etudes, representative of Kapustin’s kaphstin style, will be examined as a novel, and hopefully accessible, addition to the pianist’s etude repertoire. Sleight of Hand for piano solo Op. Eight Concert Etudes for piano No. Kapustin’s etudes are innovative and noteworthy in that his fusion of classical form with modern idioms of jazz and rock, combined with the technical demands expected of a standard study, have not etkdes previously characteristic of the genre.
Introduction and Scherzino for cello solo Op.