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title: Paderewski. Sonata in E flat minor Op. 21, Humersques de concert
performer: Kevin Kenner
number: NIFCCD 057
year of publication: 2018
format: audio
total timing [min]: 70.10
weight: 0.09 kg

The Fryderyk Chopin Institute’s new recording series has been given the name ‘Resonance’. Figuratively, this word means a reaction to something, a response, a reverberation, an echo…

The music we present in this series is a response, a more or less obvious reaction to the music of Fryderyk Chopin. We find a clear trace of Chopin’s legacy in the music of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, and it is with him, on the 100th anniversary of Poland’s regaining of independence, that we begin our new phonographic series.

The recording contains remarkable works for piano: the Sonata in E-flat minor op. 21 as well as popular miniatures in the interpretation of eminent American pianist Kevin Kenner, the winner of the 1990 Chopin Competition. The artist plays a 1925 Steinway piano that once belonged to Ignacy Jan Paderewski.

Ignacy Jan Paderewski [1860–1941]

  1. Sarabande in B minor, Op. 14 No. 2 [1887] 3.14

  2. Intermezzo polacco in C minor, Op. 14 No. 5 [before 1886] 3.48

  3. Cracovienne fantastique in B major, Op. 14 No. 6 [1885–1887] 3.23

  4. Burlesque in F major, Op. 14 No. 4 [1885–1887] 3.35

  5. Dans le désert. Toccata in E flat major, Op. 15 [1886–1888] 9.06

  6. Melody in G flat major, Op. 16 No. 2 [1885] 4.29

  7. Caprice ∫ la Scarlatti in G major, Op. 14 No. 3 [1887] 2.34

  8. Nocturne in B flat major, Op. 16 No. 4 [1890–1892] 4.14

  9. Minuet in G major, Op. 14 No. 1 [1885–1887] 4.21

    Sonata in E flat minor, Op. 21 [1903]

  10. Allegro con fuoco 11.11

  11. Andante ma non troppo 9.46

  12. Allegro vivace 9.27

Total time: 70.10
[1–4, 7, 9] Works from the cycle Humoresques de concert, Op. 14 [6, 8] Works from the cycle Miscellanea. Série de morceaux, Op. 16

Ignacy Jan Paderewski’s piano [Steinway D, 233Y, 1925] from the collection of the National Museum in Warsaw

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