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Piano Recital: Fung, David - MOZART, W.A. / CHOPIN, F. / TAN, Dun / RACHMANINOV, S. / SCHUMANN, R. / SCARLATTI, D. (Evening Conversations)

Piano Recital: Fung, David - MOZART, W.A. / CHOPIN, F. / TAN, Dun / RACHMANINOV, S. / SCHUMANN, R. / SCARLATTI, D. (Evening Conversations)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

David Fung

Soloist

Venue:

Zipper Hall, The Colburn School, Los Angeles, California, United States

Venue

Record Label
Yarlung

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 82:45
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Piano Recital: Fung, David - MOZART, W.A. / CHOPIN, F. / TAN, Dun / RACHMANINOV, S. / SCHUMANN, R. / SCARLATTI, D. (Evening Conversations)

     
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WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

1 

Fantasia in C Minor, K. 475

12:18
     
 

FRYDERYK CHOPIN

2 

Nocturne No. 20 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. posth.

04:07
     
 

DUN TAN

 

8 Memories in Watercolor

 
3 No. 1. Missing Moon 02:06
4 No. 2. Staccato Beans 01:20
5 No. 3. Herdboy's Song 01:40
6 No. 4. Blue Nun 01:13
7 No. 5. Red Wilderness 02:11
8 No. 6. Ancient Burial 02:49
9 No. 7. Floating Clouds 02:01
10 No. 8. Sunrain 01:27
     
 

SERGEI RACHMANINOV

 

13 Preludes, Op. 32

 
11 No. 8 in A Minor: Vivo 01:49
12 No. 9 in A Major: Allegro moderato 02:45
13 No. 10 in B Minor: Lento 05:35
14 No. 11 in B Major: Allegretto 02:33
15 No. 12 in G-Sharp Minor: Allegro 02:29
     
 

ROBERT SCHUMANN

16 

Arabeske in C Major, Op. 18

06:44
     
 

Kinderszenen (Scenes of Childhood), Op. 15

 
17 No. 1. Von fremden Landern und Menschen (Of Foreign Lands and People) 01:46
18 No. 2. Curiose Geschichte (A Strange Story) 01:04
19 No. 3. Hasche-Mann (Catch-as-catch-can) 00:33
20 No. 4. Bittendes Kind (Pleading Child) 01:12
21 No. 5. Gluckes genug (Happy Enough) 01:06
22 No. 6. Wichtige Begebenheit (An Important Event) 00:53
23 No. 7. Traumerei (Dreaming) 02:51
24 No. 8. Am Camin (By the Fire-side) 01:03
25 No. 9. Ritter vom Steckenpferd (Knight of the Hobby-horse) 00:39
26 No. 10. Fast zu ernst (Almost Too Serious) 02:07
27 No. 11. Furchtenmachen (Frightening) 01:55
28 No. 12. Kind im Einschlummern (Child Falling Asleep) 02:19
29 No. 13. Der Dichter spricht (The Poet Speaks) 02:23
     
 

FRYDERYK CHOPIN

30 

Nocturne No. 21 in C Minor, Op. posth.

03:15
     
 

DOMENICO SCARLATTI

31 

Keyboard Sonata in D Minor, K.34/L.S7/P.15

01:36
     
32 

Keyboard Sonata in D Minor, K.141/L.422/P.271

01:56
     
33 

Keyboard Sonata in D Minor, K.32/L.423/P.14

03:00
     
 David Fung Soloist


 "...The surprise for the evening was David Fung. From the very first moment, he demonstrated a marvelous temperament. Fung told an interesting and fascinating story throughout all three movements, which was full of colors and nuances...He was a hit!" 

Ora Binur, MAARIV Israel Philharmonic, 
Mozart Concerto No. 25 in C Major
 
"He did not only dazzle the crowd with his virtuosity … but did not fail to move the audience with his excitement, and lyrical warmth."  
Ursula Augustin, Kreis Cochem-Zell, Koblenz, Germany
 
The eighteenth-century…was an age of conversation. And music, modeled on this principal pastime, was a medium for wit, sentiment, and rhetorical flourish. Mozart’s Fantasy and Scarlatti’s sonatas, which bracket this recital by David Fung, remind us why the keyboard was considered such an ideal vehicle for a composer’s flights of fancy. 
 
…Like Schumann and Scarlatti, Chopin, Mozart, and Rachmaninov before him, Tan Dun was learning to master the secret of the miniature - a compositional form he has likened both to zen calligraphy and to the watercolor: "capturing essences with the minimum of gesture." This is a fitting epigraph for this collection of short pieces, jewels of the composer’s craft and worthy tests of a performer’s taste and skill. 
Christopher Hailey,
Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey
 
 
It is always rewarding to work with an artist like David, whose musical interpretations are rich and fresh without being eccentric, and always completely sincere. 
Bob Attiyeh, producer
 
 
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