DEBUSSY’S IMPRESSIONISM, A YOUNG JAZZ DYNAMO, RAGAS OF INDIA, CLASSIC TOP 40 HITS
This month STEINWAY & SONS SPIRIO, the world’s finest high resolution player piano, brings a cosmopolitan mix to the catalog with exceptional artistry from around the world.
The Préludes of Debussy include some of the most evocative and famous works in piano literature. This month, the eminent French pianist and one of the world’s greatest interpreters of these works, Pascal Rogé, performs Book 1, which includes the immortal Girl with the Flaxen Hair, The Submerged Cathedral, and Footsteps in the Snow, among others.
Our SPIRIOSYNC video this month features a real dynamo of the new Jazz generation, Connie Han. Performing Neal Hefti’s Girl Talk at Steinway Hall in New York, her intense yet sparkling technique makes this lesser known work a tour-de-force.
The folk music and ragas of India, so distinctive in their sound world, feel right at home on a STEINWAY through the remarkable improvisations of the young Indian pianist Utsav Lal. These tracks are sure to become SPIRIO favorites for many.
Our Classic Top 40 Hits playlist favors the music of the Seventies, and includes new SPIRIO tracks including Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), Where is the Love and I Will Survive.
More classical tracks include a Mozart Fantasy from Tania Tachkova, and the great Brahms Third Sonata performed by the young Prize-winning Korean pianist Chaeyoung Park.
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