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Pianist Branka Parlić is one of the most prominent interpreters and promoter of New Music in ex-Yugoslavian region. She graduated from the Faculty of Music at the University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia where she studied under Professor Olga Mihailovic in the late 1970s. She later refined piano skills at the Summer Music Academy in Nice under Paris Conservatory professor Pierre Sancan. Since 1986 Branka Parlić exclusively focused her work on the music of French composer Erik Satie as well as to 20th and 21st Century New Music – Minimalism and Post Minimalism. She released the vinyl Initiés (1988), CD Initiés ’88 - Initiés ‘99 (1999) with music by Erik Satie, and the CD Metamorphosis (2004) with Philip Glass’s piano pieces


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Branka Parlic: Inities 2017

Read "Inities 2017" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

Thirty-two years since pianist Branka Parlic's debut recording of the music of French composer Erik Satie, Inities 1988 (M Production, 1988), she offers another take on his work. Parlic, who is a lecturer at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia, is also a professional pianist whose repertoire consists predominantly of works by modern-day composers ...


Inities 2017

Label: Triston Master Recordings
Released: 2019
Track listing: Gnossienne No. 1; Gnossienne No. 2; A3 Gnossienne No. 3; Gnossienne No. 4; Gnossienne No. 5; Gnossienne No. 6; Gnossienne No. 7; Gymnopediés No. 1; Gymnopediés No. 2; Gymnopediés No. 3; Les Trois Valses Distinguées Du Précieux Dégoûté Son Binocle; Avant–Dernières Pensées; Idylle; Aubade; Méditation; Ogive No. 1; Ogive No. 4; Pièces Froides; Airs À Faire Fuir No. 2; Danse De Travers No. 2.


Metamorphosis (The Music Of Philip Glass)

Label: B92
Released: 2006
Track listing: Metamorphosis 1-5; Mad Rush; Wichita Vortex Sutra; Glassworks-Opening; The Hours; Modern Love Waltz.


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Branka Parlic: Metamorphosis (The Music Of Philip Glass)

Read "Metamorphosis (The Music Of Philip Glass)" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

If there is one musician whose music is instantly recognizable, it's Philip Glass. His intricate melodies, repetitive patterns, combustive rhythms and sharp lyricism are just some of the trademarks that have featured throughout the different phases of his career. His music has inspired many artists, one of whom is Branka Parlic, a professor and long-time chief ...


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