Richter: Solo Piano Music (Full Album) played by Jeroen van Veen

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This recording presents Richter’s solo piano music up to date. Max Richter (born in 1966) is one of the most influential composers of his generation. Electro-acoustic polymath Max Richter defies definition: composer, pianist, producer, remixer, and collaborator, and beyond argument one of the most prolific of contemporary musical artists.

Composer: Max Richter
Artists: Jeroen van Veen (piano)

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Having made a gradual switch during the 15 years since his first album was published from electronica to instrumental variations on ambient and minimalism, Max Richter is among the most commercially successful composers of our time. This album of his solo piano music belongs in the genre explored so thoroughly for Brilliant Classics by Jeroen van Veen, whose prolific recording history includes hugely popular albums of Philip Glass ( and Michael Nyman (, Ludovico Einaudi ( and Yann Tiersen ( and his fellow Dutch musician Jakob ter Veldhuis and himself ( The appetite for slowly moving, unchallenging, post-Minimalist music is apparently infinite, and so this new album is sure to be a success.

Born in 1966, Richter has in the last few years achieved international fame with his recomposed version of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, which topped the iTunes chart in the UK, the US and Germany. Then last year, came the record-breaking Sleep, an ‘eight-hour cradle song’ which like the Vivaldi mixed live and pre-recorded, electronic and acoustic sounds, to induce and accompany deep slumber.

The songs on this album are all shorter, though sharing the somnambulistic mood of Sleep. Vladimir’s Blues featured on a BBC documentary series about the deep sea, while The Twins (Prague) was used in a series on Auschwitz, The Nazis and the Final Solution. As Richter’s own programme notes explain, the music is for beginners, based on classical Alberti-style bass figures.

0:00:00 Andras
0:04:51 The Blue Notebooks
0:06:12 Circles from the rue Simon-Crubellier
0:07:23 Departure
0:09:04 The Family
0:11:53 Fragment
0:13:49 From the rue Villin
0:15:19 H in New England
0:17:38 Horizon Variations
0:19:55 INFRA 3
0:23:27 Leo’s Journal
0:25:21 The Tartu Piano
0:27:48 The Twins
0:30:31 Vladimir’s Blues
0:32:34 Written on The Sky I
0:35:11 Horizon Variations II
0:38:31 Waltz with Bashir Reflection
0:40:14 Written on the Sky II

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