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Trois Gnossiennes No. 1

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Alex Baboian - Piano Bench

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: Valses nobles et sentimentales: No. 4 Assez Anime (Maurice Ravel 1875 - 1937); Trois Gnossiennes: No. 1 (Erik Satie 1866 - 1925); Second Piano Sonata Movement I: Massig Schnell (Paul Hindemith 1895 - 1963); Mikrokosmos Vol. 4: No. 97 (Bela Bartok 1881 - 1945); Trois Gymnopedies: No. 1 (Erik Satie 1866 - 1925); 12 Sketches Op. 1: No. 3 (Alexei Stanchinsky 1888 - 1915); Romanian Folk Dances Sz56: No. 4 Mountain Horn Song (Bela Bartok 1881 - 1945); Feuillet d'album Op. 45: No. 1 (Alexander Scriabin 1872 - 1915).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Alexander Baboian: Alex Baboian - Piano Bench

Read "Alex Baboian - Piano Bench" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Jazz trio treatment of classical music is nothing new. French pianist Jacques Loussier has been doing it for 30 years with releases like Bach: The Brandenburgs (Telarc, 2006) and Mozart Piano Concertos 20/23 (Telarc, 2006), among many others. So, Alex Baboian's Piano Bench might not appear as novel as it is. But it is unique in ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Jazz Guitarist Alex Baboian Performs at Langham Hotel Boston on Wednesday, November 30

Jazz guitarist Alexander Baboian is performing at the BOND Lounge at the Boston Langham Hotel on Wednesday, November 30, 2011, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. A member of the acclaimed Berklee World Jazz Octet, Baboian performed recently at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. To see footage of that concert, click here. The BOND Jazz Experiment ...


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