Encomenda ao fornecedor. Disponível entre uma a duas semanas
The piano was at the centre of Feldman’s musical world. Even when he was writing for other instruments he would work at the piano because, as he said in a 1975 interview that appears in Walter Zimmermann’s book Desert Plants, ‘it slows me down and you can hear the time element much more, the acoustical reality.’ Perhaps more than any of his other piano music Triadic Memories is about that reality, the acoustic space created by the piano’s strings and soundboard, and in Judith Wegmann’s recording that space is within a magnificent Bösendorfer 280VC piano.
- CD 1
- 1. Triadic Memories (Beginning) 1/2 (26:08)
- 2. Triadic Memories (Beginning) 2/2 (27:28)
- CD 2
- 1. Triadic Memories (Conclusion) (33:41)