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Track(s) taken from 1EMIPM08

Are you going? for piano triet

composer
based on the folk melody Scarborough Fair; for 30 nifty fingers

Steven Kings (piano), John Pitts (piano), Daniella Acker (piano)
Recording details: August 2008
Victoria Rooms, Bristol, United Kingdom
Produced by Jonathan Scott
Engineered by Jonathan Scott
Release date: December 2013
Total duration: 4 minutes 44 seconds

Cover artwork: Photo of Clifton Suspension Bridge by Mat Connolley
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Bonus download track
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Reviews

'Highly listenable stuff, very deftly in control of its chosen medium. A number of disparate influences are on display here, but welded into an overall idiom of considerable charm … "Intensely pleasant music"? Most certainly' (International Record Review)

'This is a colorful and interesting set by a talented composer … the playing by Steven Kings is technically and emotionally perfect' (MusicWeb International)

'Are you going for piano triet brings this fine recording of interesting and evocative music to an exciting conclusion. As usual with Hyperion it is well recorded and it is all well worth listening to' (MusicWeb International)» More
Are you going? for piano triet is a fast, frenetic, complex, polyphonic romp based on the folk-melody Scarborough Fair, pulled around in various time-warps. Daniella Acker joined Steven Kings and John Pitts at the Steinway.

from notes by 1equalmusic 2013

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