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Michael Landrum: Nocturnes

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Label: Sono Luminus

Cat No: DSL92158

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 2

Genre: Instrumental

Release Date: 30th July 2012

Contents

Works

Alkan, Charles Valentin

Nocturne in B major, op.22

Balakirev, Mili

Nocturne no.2 in B minor

Barber, Samuel

Nocturne (Homage to John Field), op.33

Bizet, Georges

Nocturne in D major

Borodin, Alexander

Petite Suite
» VII Nocturne

Chopin, Frederic

Nocturnes (21)
» no.1 in B flat minor, op.9 no.1
» no.7 in C sharp minor, op.27 no.1

Copland, Aaron

Midsummer Nocturne

Debussy, Claude

Nocturne in D flat major, L82

Falla, Manuel de

Nocturno in F minor

Faure, Gabriel

Nocturnes (3), op.33
» no.3 in A flat major

Field, John

Nocturnes (18)
» no.4 in A major, H36

Francaix, Jean

Nocturne

Grieg, Edvard

Lyric Pieces: Book 5 (6), op.54
» no.4 Nocturne

Griffes, Charles

Fantasy pieces (3), op.6
» II Notturno in A flat major

Joio, Norman Dello

Nocturne in E Major

Liszt, Franz

Liebestraume (3), S541
» no.3 Nocturne in A flat major

Mendelssohn, Fanny

Notturno in G minor

Menotti, Gian Carlo

Poemetti (12 pieces for children)
» Notturno

Poulenc, Francis

Nocturnes (8)
» no.1 in C major

Rachmaninov, Sergei

Morceaux de Salon, op.10
» no.1 Nocturne in A minor

Respighi, Ottorino

Pieces (6) for piano (Sei pezzi)
» III Nocturne

Rowley, Alec

Nocturne no.5 in F Major

Satie, Erik

Nocturnes (5)
» no.1 (a Madame Marcelle Meyer)

Schumann, Clara

Soirees musicales (6), op.6
» II Notturno

Scott, Cyril

Notturno, op.54 no.5

Scriabin, Alexander

Nocturne in D flat major, op.9 no.2 for the left hand

Sibelius, Jean

Pieces (10) for piano, op.24
» no.8 Nocturno in E minor

Tansman, Alexandre

Impressions (5) for piano
» Nocturne

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich

Morceaux (6), op.19
» no.4 Nocturne

Tcherepnin, Alexander

Nocturne in G sharp minor, op.2 no.1

Vaughan Williams, Ralph

A Little Piano Book
» Nocturne

Artists

Michael Landrum (piano)

Works

Alkan, Charles Valentin

Nocturne in B major, op.22

Balakirev, Mili

Nocturne no.2 in B minor

Barber, Samuel

Nocturne (Homage to John Field), op.33

Bizet, Georges

Nocturne in D major

Borodin, Alexander

Petite Suite
» VII Nocturne

Chopin, Frederic

Nocturnes (21)
» no.1 in B flat minor, op.9 no.1
» no.7 in C sharp minor, op.27 no.1

Copland, Aaron

Midsummer Nocturne

Debussy, Claude

Nocturne in D flat major, L82

Falla, Manuel de

Nocturno in F minor

Faure, Gabriel

Nocturnes (3), op.33
» no.3 in A flat major

Field, John

Nocturnes (18)
» no.4 in A major, H36

Francaix, Jean

Nocturne

Grieg, Edvard

Lyric Pieces: Book 5 (6), op.54
» no.4 Nocturne

Griffes, Charles

Fantasy pieces (3), op.6
» II Notturno in A flat major

Joio, Norman Dello

Nocturne in E Major

Liszt, Franz

Liebestraume (3), S541
» no.3 Nocturne in A flat major

Mendelssohn, Fanny

Notturno in G minor

Menotti, Gian Carlo

Poemetti (12 pieces for children)
» Notturno

Poulenc, Francis

Nocturnes (8)
» no.1 in C major

Rachmaninov, Sergei

Morceaux de Salon, op.10
» no.1 Nocturne in A minor

Respighi, Ottorino

Pieces (6) for piano (Sei pezzi)
» III Nocturne

Rowley, Alec

Nocturne no.5 in F Major

Satie, Erik

Nocturnes (5)
» no.1 (a Madame Marcelle Meyer)

Schumann, Clara

Soirees musicales (6), op.6
» II Notturno

Scott, Cyril

Notturno, op.54 no.5

Scriabin, Alexander

Nocturne in D flat major, op.9 no.2 for the left hand

Sibelius, Jean

Pieces (10) for piano, op.24
» no.8 Nocturno in E minor

Tansman, Alexandre

Impressions (5) for piano
» Nocturne

Tchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich

Morceaux (6), op.19
» no.4 Nocturne

Tcherepnin, Alexander

Nocturne in G sharp minor, op.2 no.1

Vaughan Williams, Ralph

A Little Piano Book
» Nocturne

Artists

Michael Landrum (piano)

About

Sono Luminus is proud to present this two-disc set from pianist Michael Landrum, 'Nocturnes', bringing together a plethora of composersí works that enliven the nocturne genre of music.

A native of Augusta, Georgia, Michael Landrum received the Bachelor of Music degree from Oberlin College and the Master of Fine Arts degree from California Institute of the Arts. After earning his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Temple University, he became Professor of Music and Film Studies at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, New York.

In 1976, Mr Landrum won first prize in the J S Bach International Competition for Pianists in Washington DC. During his doctoral studies in Philadelphia, Michael Landrum was a student of Harvey Wedeen. He also studied for a number of years with Edna Golandsky in New York City and was a frequent participant in master classes with Dorothy Taubman. In June of 2005, he presented a Nocturne Lecture/Recital at Columbia Artists Management Hall in New York.

The nocturne genre has long been a topic of interest to Mr Landrum.

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