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Point And Line: Debussy - Hosokawa

Momo Kodama

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12 Etudes, L.136  
1
11. Pour les Arpèges composés
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
4:53
Etudes For Piano  
2
II. Point And Line
Toshio Hosokawa; Momo Kodama
7:01
12 Etudes, L.136  
3
3. Pour les Quartes
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
4:59
Etudes For Piano  
4
III. Calligraphy, Haiku, 1 Line
Toshio Hosokawa; Momo Kodama
2:05
12 Etudes, L.136  
5
4. Pour les Sixtes
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
4:18
Etudes For Piano  
6
I. 2 Lines
Toshio Hosokawa; Momo Kodama
5:11
12 Etudes, L.136  
7
10. Pour les Sonorités opposées
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
5:33
8
2. Pour les Tierces
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
4:16
9
6. Pour les huit doigts
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
1:50
Etudes For Piano  
10
VI. Lied, Melody
Toshio Hosokawa; Momo Kodama
4:52
12 Etudes, L.136  
11
1. Pour les "cinq doigts" (d'après Monsieur Czerny)
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
3:18
12
12. Pour les Accords
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
4:31
13
8. Pour les Agréments
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
5:02
Etudes For Piano  
14
IV. Ayatori, Magic By 2 Hands, 3 Lines
Toshio Hosokawa; Momo Kodama
9:30
12 Etudes, L.136  
15
7. Pour les Degrés chromatiques
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
2:27
Etudes For Piano  
16
V. Anger
Toshio Hosokawa; Momo Kodama
3:12
12 Etudes, L.136  
17
9. Pour les Notes répétées
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
3:30
18
5. Pour les Octaves
Claude Debussy; Momo Kodama
2:53
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    79:21
"Four Stars ... (the title) hints at the cool definition of Kodama’s playing. Her touch is immaculate and diligent, neatly flamboyant in the Debussy and reassuringly robust in the Hosokawa."
- The Guardian

On Point And Line, pianist Momo Kodama interweaves etudes by Claude Debussy and Toshio Hosokawa, both border-crossing composers. Debussy, pointing to music of the future, looked to Asia for inspiration while Hosokawa combines aspects of Japanese and European tradition in his contemporary pieces.

"In the music of Toshio Hosokawa I find elements close to Debussy: the freedom of form and tone colour, the sense of poetic design, with a wide range of lyricism and dynamics, between meditation and virtuoso development, between light and shade, between large gestures and minimalist refinement."
- Momo Kodama
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