Kathryn Stott

In one continuous run, pianist Kathryn Stott plays an unbroken chain of short and highly varied pieces, offering us a different way of experiencing a concert.
Along the way she takes in funerals, bells, and flowers courtesy of Vierne, Lecuona and Boulanger, lyrical loops from Glass, dramatic and dark textures in Rainier and Saariaho, and contrasting arrangements of classic Gershwin songs by Finnissy and Wild, before finishing with a piece by Graham Fitkin, a composer she has collaborated with often over several decades.

Louis Vierne:
Poème des cloches funèbres (7)
Ernesto Lecuona:
Bell-Flower (2)
Lili Boulanger:
Trois Morceaux pour Piano (6)
Philip Glass:
Etude No. 2 (6)
Priaulx Rainier:
Barbaric Dance No. 2 (3)
Kaija Saariaho:
Ballade (6)
Michael Finnissy:
Gershwin Arrangements No.1: How long has this been going on? (4)
Michael Finnissy:
Gershwin Arrangements No.3: A foggy day in London Town (3)
Earl Wild:
Etude No. 5, based on George Gershwin’s “Oh Lady Be Good” (4)
Earl Wild:
Etude No. 3, based on George Gershwin’s “The Man I Love” (3)
Graham Fitkin:
Relent (11)
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