PSearPianist (el 06/09/09 a las 7:55 am)
Thanks for commenting on this one. No-one seems very interested in
Rebikov's music, but I must record some more as it is like nothing else.
PSearPianist (el 28/10/09 a las 10:52 pm)
That's an interesting observation. Rebikov liked to use obsessive
repetition in his music - one of the 'modernist' features of his writing.
jaymusic143 (el 26/03/11 a las 1:56 am)
Wow, I just discovered Rebokov through this (and your other videos). Great!
I must now go hear more! You wrote to another that 'as it is like nothing
else.". I would beg to differ. Conceptually much of it is similar to MOMPOU
whom you know I am a champion of! Thee are many MOMPOU videos here on
youtube, I have some on my own channel (jaymusic143). May I suggest you
check them out -- many surprises await you! . His music is far more diverse
than some have thought, having less exposure.
PSearPianist (el 07/10/11 a las 8:25 am)
@wtzytjwx Thank you - even I am guilty of ignoring him for a couple of
PSearPianist (el 26/03/11 a las 8:52 am)
@jaymusic143 Thanks for that. Rebikov's music is certainly similar in scale
and economy of resources to Mompou's, but Mompou's music has a much 'rawer'
feel to my ear.
wtzytjwx (el 07/10/11 a las 5:12 am)
I have to agree, no one does Rebikov very much nowadays. His composition
style is much lighter than most and he does wonderful bass lines, so it's
rather a pity.
jaymusic143 (el 26/03/11 a las 2:05 am)
I'd be glad to make you a CD of what I believe to be some of FEDERICO
MOMPOU's works. Please let me know in email tot e YouTube channel. Thanks!
hearing a handful is not convincing, since he wrote for different purposes
as all the best composers. Some have heard his MUSICA COLLADAS and think
thats all he did. There is SO MUCH MORE!
klukkluk (el 28/10/09 a las 11:17 am)
In Au Caucase there is a very surprising short melody only once (at 3.28)
it's a beautiful break! Instead he used that short melody later again
(perhaps in different form) he repeat IMO too much at the end (from 3.50to
4.34 Anyway, I'm interested in Rebikov's music thank you for all these
furthyrius (el 06/09/09 a las 3:36 am)
love rebikoff romanticism...and impressionism....it reminds me debussy s