Piano Phantoms

WALTER NIEMANN (1876-1953): Ghosts: Night on the Fleet, SERGEI LYAPUNOV (1859-1924): Round of Phantoms, EDVARD GRIEG (1843-1907): The Goblins' Wedding Procession at Vossevangen, CARL TAUSIG (1841-1871): The Ghost Ship, Op. 1b, NIKOLAI MEDTNER (1880-1951): Wood Goblin, ANTONÍN DVORÁK (1841-1904): Goblins' Dance, EUGENE GOOSSENS (1893-1962): A Ghost Story, CARLOS TROYER (1837-1920): Ghost Dance of the Zunis*, HEINO KASKI (1885-1957): Night Music of the Mountain Goblin*, JOHN VALLIER (1920-1991): The Ghosts of Restormel, WILLIAM BOLCOM (b.1938): Graceful Ghost Rag, HARRY FARJEON (1878-1948): Some Goblins and Gnomes and Things*, FLORENCE PRICE (1887-1953): The Goblin and the Mosquito*, EDGAR BAINTON (1880-1956): Goblin Dance*, FERDINAND HILLER (1811-1885): The Dance of the Phantoms*, JULIE RIVÉ-KING (1855-1937): March of the Goblins*, FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828): Spirit Dance (arr. Stephen Heller [1813-1888])*, ROBERT SCHUMANN (1810-1856): Ghost Variations.

Catalogue Number: 06O048

Label: Sono Luminus

Reference: DSL-92168

Format: CD

Price: $16.98

Description: As you can see, most of these phantoms appear to be goblins but, not being into the taxonomy of supernatural spirits very much, I'll just point out that the 8 asterisked items above are claimed as world premiere recordings, because you can pretty well figure out for yourselves that these are all approachable miniatures, some bordering on salon-style. Michael Lewin (piano).

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