Wlodek Gulqowski: 13 Works for Piano.
13. 3 Intermezzi For Piano: III. Elegia. 14. Sonata In One Movement, Op. 6 For Piano.
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Piano Sonata: I. Maestoso - Allegro · Niklas Sivelöv. Gulgowski: 13 Works for Piano. Released on: 2011-05-01. Artist: Niklas Sivelöv Composer: Wlodek Gulgowski. Auto-generated by YouTube.
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Niklas Sivelöv is a dedicated chamber musician. He gives recitals in prestigious venues all over the world and has worked together with Mark Peskanov, Leonid Gorokhov, Martin Fröst, Patrick Gallois and Malena Ernman and, showing another side of his versatility, he has performed and recorded with accordionist Lelo Nika. Few pianists have the courage and stamina to perform Bach's Das Wohltemperierte Klavier book 1 and 2 in three concerts, as Niklas Sivelöv has done with success in legendary Bargemusic, New York in January, 2010. His recording of his own improvisations over Bellman's music was awarded the important The Independent Music Awards, where he was the first Scandinavian ever won the prize for the best classical album and was elected Winner of Vox Populi poll, a component of the 8th IMA program. Former winners include names like Norah Jones, Tom Waits and Peter Gabriel.
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Download Niklas Sivelöv: Piano Music by Niklas Sivelöv in high-resolution audio at ProStudioMasters. He plays with the mallet on the strings of the piano with one hand whilst the other takes a more conventional route via the keyboard. The studio acoustic has been well judged. MusicWeb International. Swedish pianist Niklas Sivelöv joins the ranks and continues the great tradition of the pianist-composer with this first recording dedicated to his own compositions. His 24 Preludes, written between 2010 and 2014, takes its place in the tradition established by Chopin, Scriabin and Shostakovich. This programme presents some of Sivelöv’s early work and some of his most recent,.