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Russian-Israeli pianist ROMAN ZASLAVSKY is a master of piano technique that espouses nuance without resorting to arbitrary mannerisms. He first gained recognition by taking 1st prize—the Primer Gran Premio—at the José Iturbi International Music Competition in Valencia, Spain and concert tours brought him around the globe with rave reviews after performances in Israel, Germany, Netherlands, France, Japan, Canada and Latin America.
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In presenting the historic and artistic connections of “Ingenious Opposites,” he gives the listener the chance to experience these masterpieces in a whole new light.
Robert Schumann: Etudes symphoniques (Symphonic Etudes), Op. 13
Etude 1: Un poco piu vivo
Etude 2: Espressivo
Etude 3: Vivace
Etude 5: Scherzando
Etude 6: Agitato
Etude 7: Allegro molto
Etude 8: Sempre marcatissimo
Etude 9: Presto possibile
Etude 10: Sempre con energia
Etude 11: Con espressione
Etude 12: Finale: Allegro brillante
Franz Liszt: Annees de pelerinage, 2nd year, Italy, S161/R10b
No. 5. Sonetto 104 del Petrarca (Sonnet 104 of Petrarch)
No. 6. Sonetto 123 del Petrarca (Sonnet 123 of Petrarch)
No. 7. Apres une lecture du Dante, fantasia quasi una sonata (After Reading Dante)
Franz Liszt: 12 Etudes d'execution transcendante, S139/R2b