Notes & Reviews:
Over the course of musical history, the Prelude developed from a short, semi-improvised introduction to a larger scale work into a work of art in its own right. Champion of Minimal Music Jeroen van Veen writes about his preludes: "composed in a major and minor keys in the order of Chopin's Preludes the basic idea was to see if I would limit myself to just a few chords and techniques if I could create different works." The booklet contains informative liner notes by the composer, himself.
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