11. –Michael Finnissy. 12. –Misha Mengelberg. A Touch Of The Blues. 15. –Faradsch Karajew. Monsieur Bee Line-Eccentric". 16. –Hein Van De Geijn.
8. –Louis Andriessen. 11.
This 1999 album collects 17 works for solo piano, inspired in various ways by American blues music. 12 of them are works specially composed for Marcel Worms. 8 of the composers are Dutch, with the USA, the UK, Singapore, China, Italy, Azerbaijan, and Argentina/Germany (. Mauricio Kagel) represented as the countries of the other composers on the album. The opening and closing selections, by Dolf de Kinkelder and Michiel Braam, respectively, fall into this vein. By contrast, Louis Andriessen takes a more 'deconstructionist' approach in his 'Base', which doesn’t sound like a standard blues or jazz work much at all. Theo Loevendie is the main exception of the collection, in that his work is not a purely solo acoustic composition, but rather more like a sonic mashup where his 'straight ahead' music is surrounded by ambient noise of a bar.
11. 12 –Misha Mengelberg Wat Volgt. 13 –Rudi Martinus Van Dijk A Touch Of The Blues. 15 –Faradsch Karajew. Related Music albums to Blues For Piano by Marcel Worms. 1. Louis Armstrong - Saint Louis Blues, Basin Street Blues.
3. The Golden Shoe, for piano. 4. Blauwbrug, for piano. The Road, a novel for solo piano. The Barpianist, for piano.
Ursula Schoch - viool Marcel Worms - piano. Alexander Tansman - Sonatine transatlantique (1930, ranscription for violin and piano by André Pascal). Maurice Ravel - Sonata for violin and piano (1923-27). Wilhelm Grosz - Jazzband (1923). Louis Grünberg - Jazzettes (1924). Aaron Copland - Ukelele Serenade (1928). Erwin Schulhoff - Sonate voor viool en piano n. (1927). Michiel Braam (The Netherlands, 1964) - Worms is back! (1998). Michael Finnissy (England, 1946) - Honky Blues (1996). CD 1 1. Leo Samama-Some kind of Blues (2002) 2. Svitlana Azarova - Valentine Blues (2006) 3. David Dramm - Otis plays Arnold (1996) 4. Rudi Martinus van Dijk - A touch of the Blues (1998) 5. Evrim Demirel - Blues extended (2006) 6. Douwe Eisenga - Growing worm, stabbing his back-part slowly into the blues (2001) 7. Joost Kleppe - Fado irado (1999 8. Astrid Kruisselbrink
Marcel Worms (piano). Dolf de Kinkelder (1953) – Gejaagd door de kwint (1998) 2. Mauricio Kagel (1931) – Ragtime from ‘Westen’ (1993/94, versie voor piano solo 1997) 3. Bang Wenfu (1974) – The Golden Shoe (1998) 4. Guus Janssen (1951) – Blauwbrug (1996 ) 5. Frederic Rzewski (1938) – Blues from ‘The road’ (1996) 6. Zou Hang (1975) – Distance of Jazz (1998) (a. Far, b. Near) 7. Louis Andriessen (1939) –. Base (1994) 8. David Dramm (1961) – Otis plays Arnold (1996) 9. Theo Loevendie (1930) – The Barpianist (1997) 10. Michael Finnissy (1946) – Honky Blues (1996) 11. Misha Mengelberg. Michiel Braam (1964) – Worms is back! (1998).
At this time, Marcel Worms' project New Blues for Piano is coming to an end, twenty years after it began. For the second part of this album, an anthology of pieces from the repertoire of the entire project that are most dear to Marel Worms and that he plays most often during his tours around the world. The composers Willem Breuker and Theo Loevendie each wrote a work for this project. Marcel Worms performed this program in the Netherlands and many other European countries, in Russia (at the Hermitage in St. Petersburg and the Pushkin Museum in Moscow) and in the United States (including the National Gallery of Art, Washington . On the occasion of the 100th birthday of Jean Wiéner, he performed a program, in the Netherlands and France, completely dedicated.
Mauricio Kagel (born in Buenos Aires, December 24, 1931, died in Cologne, September 18, 2008) was an Argentine composer who has lived in Germany for most of his career. He was most famous for his interest in developing the theatrical side of musical performance. Many of his pieces give specific theatrical instructions to the performers, such as to adopt certain facial expressions while playing, to make their stage entrances in a particular way, to physically interact with other performers and so on. Popular Songs. 1898: Music for Renaissance instruments
|1||–Dolf De Kinkelder||Gejaagd Door De Kwint|
|2||–Mauricio Kagel||Ragtime From 'Westen'|
|3||–Bang Wenfu||The Golden Shoe|
|5||–Frederic Rzewski||Blues From 'The Road'|
|–Zou Hang*||Distance Of Jazz|
|9||–David Dramm||Otis Plays Arnold|
|10||–Theo Loevendie||The Barpianist|
|11||–Michael Finnissy||Honky Blues|
|12||–Misha Mengelberg||Wat Volgt|
|13||–Rudi Martinus Van Dijk||A Touch Of The Blues|
|14||–Luca Macchi||Marinella's Blues|
|15||–Faradsch Karajew*||..."Monsieur Bee Line-Eccentric"|
|16||–Hein Van De Geijn*||Bass Blues|
|17||–Burton Greene||Moldavian Blues|
|18||–Michiel Braam||Worms Is Back!|