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MCCABE: Haydn Variations / Gaudi / Mosaic / Variations / Aubade / 5 Bagatelles

John McCabe - Piano Music

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2012

Originally recorded in 1998

Venue:

Bishopsgate Hall, London

21 & 28 Mar 1998

Producer:

John Talbot



Engineer:

Mike Skeet



Record Label
British Music Society

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 75:25
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JOHN MCCABE

1 

Variations, Op.22 (1963)

9:38
2 

Aubade (Study No.4, 1970)

5:52
3 

Gaudi (Study No.3, 1970)

14:35
   
 

Five Bagatelles (1964)

 
4 I Capriccio 0:31
5 II Aria 1:02
6 III Elegia 1:09
7 IV Toccata 0:38
8 V Notturno 1:15
   
9 

Mosaic (Study No.6 1980)

13:37
10 

Haydn Variations (1983)

27:08
   
   

British Music Society BM 0424

John McCabe: Piano Works – John McCabe

Critic’s Choice Award, Gramophone, 1999

‘...an exceptionally fine issue celebrating John McCabe’s 60th birthday, that not only serves as a superb tribute to McCabe the composer, but also his prowess as a pianist and interpreter.’

Michael Stewart, Gramophone

‘The Haydn Variations (in effect a sonata, and a massive one, in variation form) is rather close to a masterpiece, I think, endlessly absorbing...’

Michael Oliver, Classic CD



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