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Hannes Pohlit

PARAPHRASES DE TANGO                                          
sur des mélodies de Carlos Gardel 
    
pour piano

- dedicées à ma chère Ada - 

2012/2013
     
Premier Livre

    N° 1. Paraphrase de concert sur "Mi Buenos Aires Querido"
    N° 2. Fantaisie sur la mélodie "El Día que me quieras"

    N° 3. Solitude

    N° 4. Grande Valse-Fantaisie

    
         
               
Deuxième Livre
 
    N° 5. Paraphrase de concert sur "Por una Cabeza"
    N° 6. Paraphrase de concert sur "Volvio una noche"
    N° 7. Grande Fantaisie de bravoure sur la mélodie "Recuerdo malevo"
                                   
Troisième Livre

    N° 8. Fantaisie sur la mélodie "Sus ojos se cerraron"
    N° 9. Le Retour
    N° 10. Paraphrase de concert sur "Amargura"
    N° 11. Paraphrase de concert sur "Custa abajo"
    N° 12. Paraphrase de concert sur "Arrabal Amargo"

        


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Duration of the whole cycle: approx. 80 minutes

World Premiere of several titles: Leipzig 2013 and 2014, Haßloch 2013 (Hannes Pohlit - piano)

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The twelve pieces of this collection continue the romantical tradition of the virtuoso piano 
paraphrase, which received its peak during the 19th century due to Franz Liszt’s (1811-1886) 
paraphrases, opera fantasies and bravour pieces. As a doubled hommage, they combine the 
chromatic melodic of Tango-master Carlos Gardel (1890-1935) and the brilliant piano style 
of Franz Liszt. 

"Like the contours of a picture, fading in the course of 
       time, the laconical form and clear rhythmic structure of 
       the classical Tango appear in many of these pieces in a 
       transfigured lyrical way: transmitted in the atmosphere 
       of the past musical salon, of which they do not originate 
       in reality, but to which sensitive pianists and ambitioned 
       amateurs can lead them."

       (Hannes Pohlit)
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Publisher for all countries: Friedrich Hofmeister Musikverlag (Leipzig)

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