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Tangos for Yvar

Hanna Shybayeva

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1
Incitation to Desire (Version for Piano)
Chester Biscardi; Hanna Shybayeva
3:15
2
Tango (Ms. Jackson Dances for the People)
Scott Pender; Hanna Shybayeva
3:20
3
Tango for Yvar
Şerban Nichifor; Hanna Shybayeva
4:24
4
Tango
Stefan Wolpe; Hanna Shybayeva
3:30
5
Steptangle
Frederic Rzewski; Hanna Shybayeva
3:02
6
Tangoblique
Brian Fennelly; Hanna Shybayeva
4:54
7
¿Y Ahora?
Coriún Aharonián; Hanna Shybayeva
2:34
8
Fromage dangereux
William Schimmel; Hanna Shybayeva
3:15
9
A Neat Slice of Tango
Michael Nyman; Hanna Shybayeva
4:44
10
Tango No Tango
Jackson Hill; Hanna Shybayeva
3:37
11
Tango-Variations
Jeffrey Mumford; Hanna Shybayeva
3:32
12
Tango
Tom Johnson; Hanna Shybayeva
3:24
13
Tango
Douglas Finch; Hanna Shybayeva
2:29
14
It Takes 12 to Tango
Milton Babbitt; Hanna Shybayeva
3:12
15
Thorn-Torn Lips
Robert Berkman; Hanna Shybayeva
3:19
16
Tango à deux
Nils Vigeland; Hanna Shybayeva
3:32
17
Tango, Op. 61
Marlos Nobre; Hanna Shybayeva
4:25
18
Libertango (Arr. H. Shybayeva for Piano)
Astor Piazzolla; Hanna Shybayeva
4:17
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:45
The American pianist Yvar Mikhashoff (1941–1993) commissioned 127 of the world’s leading composers to write tangos for him. Between 1983 and 1991 he received an eclectic, stylistically varied range of works that offer a unique body of contemporary tango music for the piano. Tango’s origin was in the waltz and mazurka but has long embraced jazz and even electronic music. In this unique collection the span is international and individual, ranging from traditional evocations to include the twelve-tone approach of Milton Babbitt, the minimalism of Tom Johnson, and the very personal voice of Michael Nyman.

"I was always passionate about listening to tangos – it’s a very specific style of music and dance – and as a musician, you then always want to play that music yourself. I looked for tango compositions that had been originally written for the piano and in the process came across this collection. The pianist Yvar Mikhashoff had commissioned 127 composers to write tangos for him. Almost every conceivable style can be found in this collection. It was a thrilling experience to see how the composers interpreted the concept of the tango and shaped that concept into a musical work.”
- Hanna Shybayeva
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Grand Piano Studio Masters

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