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Poignancy and amazement in reworked masterpieces by Ketevan Sharumashvili

Poignancy and amazement in reworked masterpieces by Ketevan Sharumashvili

Great composers or musicians adapting the works of other great composers. It always produces an intriguing result. Georgian pianist Ketevan Sharumashvili proves this with a program in the Kooger church in Zuid-Scharwoude. Masterpieces by Bach, Schubert and Verdi, among others, arranged by composers such as Rachmaninoff and Liszt. Emotion and amazement go hand in hand when not only the accompaniment to Schubert's Auf dem Wasser zu singen rolls out of the piano, but also the melody that is so well known. Hussar pieces for which Ketevan Sharumashvili does not turn her hand. Meanwhile, even in the cheerful Metamorphoses on Wein, Weib und Gesang, she manages to touch a sensitive chord.


Zuid-Scharwoude - Kooger church
Koog 30
Zuid-Scharwoude, Noord-Holland 1722 EM Nederland
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Ketevan Sharumashvili, piano (Georgia)

Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Egon Petri) from Jagd Cantata BWV 208: No. 9
(1685-1750) Sheep may safely graze

Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Sergei Rachmaninoff) from Partita for violin no. 3 BWV 1006:
I. Preludio
III. Gavotte
VII. Gigue

Franz Schubert (arr. Franz Liszt) Gretchen am Spinnrade
(1797-1828) Auf dem Wasser zu singen

Franz Liszt Soirée de Vienne (after Schubert), S.427
(1811-1886) no. 6 Valse caprice
Paraphrase de concert sur Rigoletto, S.434

Sergei Rachmaninoff (arr. Arcadi Volodos) from Cello Sonata, opus 19: Andante

Leopold Godowski Symphonic Metamorphoses
(1870-1938) Johann Strauss'scher Themen no. 3
Wein, Weib und Gesang, opus 333

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