Accompanying the digital release of Andrew von Oeyen’s new recording Andrew von Oeyen Plays Debussy, Stravinsky, and Newman, is the start of the 2013-2014 Orchestral seasons here in the U.S.; which has Andrew living life on the road and in the media. To celebrate the new release, and the plethora of opportunities you’ll have to see him around the country, we’re putting his first release Liszt Piano Music on sale as our featured album of the week! And while you’re listening to your Andrew von Oeyen recordings, make sure and read this wonderful new interview from AZCentral.com!
Liszt Piano Music available for $9.98 and FREE U.S. shipping this week only!
Andrew von Oeyen Plays Debussy, Stravinsky, and Newman
Andrew von Oeyen, piano
“Andrew von Oeyen (is), in my opinion the best pianist of his generation.” — David Newman, composer
Mr. Newman’s opinion of Andrew’s exalted stature is shared by many others, and with good reason. He has accordingly composed for Andrew the two pieces that conclude this, his stunning second release on Delos. His pensive “Prelude” is presented here in its world premiere performance, and his mostly manic “Antipodal Rag” is sheer pianistic fun.
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