Classical Brazilian Piano
Let's discover or rediscover emblematic Brazilian composers, both ancient and contemporary at this piano recital given by pianist Emmanuel Garnier!
About Classical Brazilian Piano
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This piano recital is an invitation to enjoy a rich, dynamic and full of contrasts repertoire.
At the end of the nineteenth century, a new trend in national classical music emerged in Brazil, leading to a genuinely Brazilian piano style, characterised by a penetrating lyricism and a major role played by rhythmic elements.
Let's go discover or rediscover emblematic Brazilian composers, both ancient and contemporary.
Works of Hector Villa Lobos, Alberto Nepomuceno and Oscar Lorenzo Fernandez.
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