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Albums by Dénes Várjon

Precipitando - Alban Berg / Leoš Janáček / Franz Liszt
Precipitando - Alban Berg / Leoš Janáček / Franz Liszt(24Bit)
1
Sonata Op. 1 Sonata Op. 1 11:03    
Album only
Track length:11:03
Artist: Dénes Várjon
Performer: Dénes Várjon
Genre: piano
Publisher: Public Domain
Composer: Alban Berg
ISRC: DEB331124751
2
V Mlhách (In the Mists) (1912): I Andan… V Mlhách (In the Mists) (1912): I Andante 3:28    
Album only
Track length:3:28
Artist: Dénes Várjon
Performer: Dénes Várjon
Genre: piano
Publisher: Public Domain
Composer: Leos Janácek
ISRC: DEB331124752
3
V Mlhách (In the Mists) (1912): II Molt… V Mlhách (In the Mists) (1912): II Molto Adagio 5:08    
Album only
Track length:5:08
Artist: Dénes Várjon
Performer: Dénes Várjon
Genre: piano
Publisher: Public Domain
Composer: Leos Janácek
ISRC: DEB331124753
4
V Mlhách (In the Mists) (1912): III And… V Mlhách (In the Mists) (1912): III Andantino 2:56    
Album only
Track length:2:56
Artist: Dénes Várjon
Performer: Dénes Várjon
Genre: piano
Publisher: Public Domain
Composer: Leos Janácek
ISRC: DEB331124754
5
V Mlhách (In the Mists) (1912): IV Pres… V Mlhách (In the Mists) (1912): IV Presto 4:13    
Album only
Track length:4:13
Artist: Dénes Várjon
Performer: Dénes Várjon
Genre: piano
Publisher: Public Domain
Composer: Leos Janácek
ISRC: DEB331124755
6
Sonata in B Minor (1853) Sonata in B Minor (1853) 31:10    
Album only
Track length:31:10
Artist: Dénes Várjon
Performer: Dénes Várjon
Genre: piano
Publisher: Public Domain
Composer: Franz Liszt
ISRC: DEB331124756
Digital booklet Album only

Dénes Várjon - piano

Recorded April 2011

After important contributions to Heinz Holliger’s “Romancendres” and acclaimed performance, with Carolin Widmann, of Schumann’s Violin Sonatas, here is the first New Series solo recording from Hungarian pianist Dénes Várjon. It is a recital that draws the listener in from the first moments – beginning with the dark, brooding language of Alban Berg’s Piano Sonata op. 1, shaped in the shadow of Schoenberg, and continuing into the nebulous regions of Janáček’s impressionistic and near-contemporaneous “In the mists”, finally emerging into the clear light of Liszt’s immense - and immensely-influential - B-minor Sonata.