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“Klassik Heute” review: Gordon Sherwood Piano Works Vol. I

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Radio Klassik Stephansdom – Gordon Sherwood Piano Works

DO YOU KNOW...? Over time, more and more CDs pile up on the desks of the music editors. But often you don't get to listen for days or weeks. Over the Christmas holidays, editor-in-chief Christoph Wellner discovered two very different composers for himself. On the one hand, the "composing mendicant", Gordon Sherwood, whose piano works were recorded by Masha Dimitrieva....

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“Klassik Heute” review: Gordon Sherwood – The Complete Songs Vol. I

Artistic quality: 10 Sound quality: 10 Overall impression: 10 Review: 22.08.19 Sonus Eterna 37423 1 CD • 62min • 2019 On 25 August, Illinois-born Gordon Sherwood would have turned 90. The former student of Philipp Jarnach, Aaron Copland and Goffredo Petrassi became popular in this country in his later years through the touching documentary film 'The Beggar of Paris', which traces the unique lifestyle of the composing globetrotter, who following the Indian yogi model, earned his modest money by begging in order to be able to be creatively active in the remaining time, for which he received inspiration on his......

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“The New Listener”-Rezension: Gordon Sherwood Piano Works Vol. I

Masha Dimitrieva plays selected piano works by Gordon Sherwood for Sonus Eterna: Dance Suite op. 67, Sonata quasi una fantasia op. 78, Four Sonatinas op. 27, Sonata for Ariana op. 77 and a selection from Boogie Canonicus op. 50. Gordon Sherwood’s life couldn’t have been more adventurous, eventful and cinematic. As a child, Sherwood, born...

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“The New Listener”-Rezension: Gordon Sherwood Piano Works, Vol. I

When a composer even takes on a life as a beggar in Paris in order to escape the general hustle and bustle of the music business and, on the other hand, to have enough time (and the little money he needs to survive) for his main goal, namely composing, then one can imagine that something...

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