- Natalya Shkoda (Piano)
Notes & Reviews:
Viktor Kosenko (1896-1938) was one of the most important Ukrainian composers and pianists of the first half of the 20th century. His music is the result of an organic synthesis of the late-Romantic piano tradition and elements of the national musical style. The innovative aspect of 'Eleven Etudes in the Form of Old Dances, Op 19' lies in their unification of two different genres: they are both concert etudes and dances. They offer a combination of the late-Romantic piano tradition, Baroque dance forms, and Ukrainian folk music. These bright and clever pieces receive here their first-ever recording outside Ukraine.
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Works DetailsKosenko, Viktor : Etudes (11) in the Form of Old Dances, for piano, Op. 19
- Performer: Natalya Shkoda (Piano)
- Running Time: 67 min. 34 sec.
- Period Time: Post Romantic
- Written: 1927-1929