Anthony Romaniuk – Perpetuum (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

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Artist: Anthony Romaniuk
Album: Perpetuum
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2023
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 01:08:19
Total Tracks: 21
Total Size: 2,27 GB


1-01. Anthony Romaniuk – China Gates (04:33)
1-02. Anthony Romaniuk – Pièces froides: II. Danses de travers: No. 1, En y regardant à deux fois (01:20)
1-03. Anthony Romaniuk – Suite in E Major, BWV 1006a: I. Prélude (Arr. for Piano by Anthony Romaniuk) (03:28)
1-04. Anthony Romaniuk – Perpetuum Mobile (Arr. for Piano by Anthony Romaniuk) (02:55)
1-05. Anthony Romaniuk – Etude No. 4 “Fanfares” (04:00)
1-06. Anthony Romaniuk – 4 Impromptus, D. 899: No. 3, Andante in G-Flat Major (05:30)
1-07. Anthony Romaniuk – Shadings (02:40)
1-08. Anthony Romaniuk – A New Ground in E Minor, ZT 682 (02:14)
1-09. Anthony Romaniuk – Pièces froides: II. Danses de travers: No. 2, Passer (01:18)
1-10. Anthony Romaniuk – Parabola (01:46)
1-11. Anthony Romaniuk – Piano Sonata, K043: I. Quarter note = 112 (03:13)
1-12. Anthony Romaniuk – Toccata in E Minor, BWV 914 (06:25)
1-13. Anthony Romaniuk – Etude No. 2 (05:58)
1-14. Anthony Romaniuk – Faschingsschwank aus Wien, Op. 26: No. 4, Intermezzo (02:17)
1-15. Anthony Romaniuk – Le tombeau de Couperin, M. 68: I. Prélude. Vif (03:32)
1-16. Anthony Romaniuk – Uppon La Mi Re (02:41)
1-17. Anthony Romaniuk – 24 Preludes and Fugues, Op. 87: Prelude No. 2 in A Minor (00:50)
1-18. Anthony Romaniuk – Improvisation upon ‘Uppon La Mi Re’ (01:40)
1-19. Anthony Romaniuk – Piano Sonata No. 17, Op. 31 No. 2: III. Finale (05:42)
1-20. Anthony Romaniuk – Pièces froides: II. Danses de travers: No. 3, Encore (02:04)
1-21. Anthony Romaniuk – Toccata Arpeggiata (04:04)


Anthony Romaniuk, multi-keyboardist, alchemist of pianos, or ‘musical polyglot’ as some people call him, presents his new album as follows: ‘I remember very clearly the occasions in my childhood when I would be at a concert and a magical feeling would overtake both the audience and the performers. It was as though everyone in the room was part of the performance and we were all experiencing a kind of collective bliss. As an adult I have tried to understand this phenomenon of communal concentration. It seems to me that a certain kind of musical work will naturally induce this state, works in which the rhythm is hypnotic, trance-like and ongoing. For this album I wanted to find music embodying this quality, pieces in perpetual motion.’ As if in some fascinating portrait gallery, we meet music by Kapsberger, Scarlatti, Purcell, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, Shostakovich, Stravinsky, Ravel, Satie, Ligeti, Adams, and improvisations, played on a Fazioli concert piano, a Graf fortepiano from 1835, a Flemish muselar, a seventeenth-century harpsichord, a Yamaha CP80 electro-acoustic piano and a Prophet Rev2 synthesizer.

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