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Exploring the Piano Music of Nikolai Kapustin
Nikolai Kapustin born has a prolific musical output. Although a virtuosic performer at a young age, composition held more appeal for him, and his first published work, the Opus 1 Concertino for Piano was written in A true crossover composer, applying his classical training to jazz and rock idioms, his music is peppered with driving rhythms and chromatic harmonies, producing an astonishingly fresh sound. Although regarded by many as one of today's greatest living composers, and with a strong following in Europe and Japan, Kapustin's music is not as often performed on the concert stage as it deserves. Perhaps this is in part down to the technical difficulty of his works — but his writing for piano is always natural and pianistic, making even the most virtuosic passages more playable than they might sound.
Nikolai Kapustin Sheet Music
Since then, Schott have been continuing to refresh the Kapustin catalogue theirs since with new editions of his solo works appearing at regular intervals. In this follow-up I will be giving a quick round-up of all the latest arrivals. In all cases, these works are fully scored-out compositions in the classical vein, but heavily imbued with the language, techniques and aesthetics of contemporary jazz, leaning on influences that encompass modern jazz piano icons from Thelonious Monk to McCoy Tyner and beyond. Here, the jazz and jazz-rock influences are at their most obvious and accessible, and indeed the seven works have been similarly compiled in a CD recording of the composer entitled Jazz Pieces for Piano. The popular and coruscating Motive Force op. The 3 Etudes op.