Christina Naughton, Michelle Naughton – American Postcard (2019) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Christina Naughton, Michelle Naughton - American Postcard (2019) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Christina Naughton, Michelle Naughton
Album: American Postcard
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2019
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:03:32
Total Tracks: 13
Total Size: 1,02 GB

Tracklist:

1-1. Christina Naughton – Short Ride in a Fast Machine (Arr. Antonsen for Piano 4 Hands) (04:07)
1-2. Christina Naughton – Five Days from the Life of a Manic-Depressive: I. Metamorphoses on “I’m Crazy ‘Bout My Baby” (02:30)
1-3. Christina Naughton – Five Days from the Life of a Manic-Depressive: II. Labyrinth (04:41)
1-4. Christina Naughton – Five Days from the Life of a Manic-Depressive: III. Elegy (04:30)
1-5. Christina Naughton – Five Days from the Life of a Manic-Depressive: IV. From a Bintel Brief (04:03)
1-6. Christina Naughton – Five Days from the Life of a Manic-Depressive: V. Boogie (03:53)
1-7. Christina Naughton – Sonatina: I. Presto (Arr. Mikhashoff for Piano 4 Hands) (01:22)
1-8. Christina Naughton – Sonatina: II. Moderato – Più allegro (Arr. Mikhashoff for Piano 4 Hands) (01:33)
1-9. Christina Naughton – Sonatina: III. Allegro molto (Arr. Mikhashoff for Piano 4 Hands) (01:20)
1-10. Christina Naughton – El salón Mexico (Arr. Bernstein for 2 Pianos) (10:27)
1-11. Christina Naughton – Roll Over Beethoven: I. Allegro molto (Transc. Antonsen for 2 Pianos) (07:46)
1-12. Christina Naughton – Roll Over Beethoven: II. Andantino (Transc. Antonsen for 2 Pianos) (11:35)
1-13. Christina Naughton – Variations on a Shaker Melody (Arr. Lerner for Piano 4 Hands) (05:38)

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“They have to be heard to be believed,” said the Washington Post of piano duo Christina and Michelle Naughton. The twin sisters pay tribute to their homeland with the album American Postcard. It offers music by four US composers: John Adams (his Roll Over Beethoven, a work the Naughtons premiered in 2016), Aaron Copland, Conlan Nancarrow and Paul Schoenfield. As the sisters explain, “These pieces show the diversity and variety of American music. But one thing that ties them together is an exuberance that, to us, feels deeply American.”

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