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Morton Feldman Piano

Label: Another Timbre
Released: 2019
Track listing: Last Pieces; Piano; Palais de Mari; Untitled Piano Piece; Illusions; Three Dances; Nature Pieces; Variations; Two Intermissions; Intermissions 3; Intermissions 4; Intersection 2; Three Pieces for Piano; Piano Piece 1955; Piano Piece 1956 A; Piano Piece 1956 B; Intermission 6 first version; Intermission 5; Intermission 6 second version; Extensions 3; Music for the film “Sculpture by Lipton”; Piano Piece 1952; Intersection 3; Piano Piece (1964); Vertical Thoughts 4; Figure of Memory; Piano Piece (to Philip Guston); Intermission 6 third version; Triadic Memories; For Bunita Marcus.

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Philip Thomas: Morton Feldman Piano

Read "Morton Feldman Piano" reviewed by John Eyles

Everything about this six-hour, five-disc box-set of Morton Feldman piano music radiates the care, attention-to-detail and, yes, love that have been invested in producing it. The artwork, packaging, documentation and information are all second to none, as is the crystal-clear recording quality. Any cynic questioning the need for another exquisitely-produced box-set should note that, among its ...


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