Sunday, January 31, 2010

Robert Silverman Plays the Copland Piano Variations

One of the benefits of YouTube is that users can render complex scores much more accessible by cuing an audio recording with a score in order to combine the listening and reading experience. The rhetoric of Copland's abstract period definitely comes through in this superb recording of the Copland Piano Variations by Canadian pianist (and former UBC colleague!) Robert Silverman.

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