Roy Agnew (1891–1944) – one of few early-twentieth-century Australian composers to gain international success – wove many external influences into a warmly Romantic personal style of striking variety and wide appeal, and his compositions, largely for the piano, are startlingly virtuosic, harmonically daring and charmingly sentimental by turn. Beautifully written by a natural pianist for his own instrument, they often recall the virtuosic textures of Liszt and Skryabin and occasionally show flashes of the Impressionist colours of Debussy.
Stephanie McCallum, piano
Two Pieces for Piano (1931)*
Three Preludes (1927)*
Three Poems (1927)*
Three Lyrics (1927)*
Australian Forest Pieces (1913)*
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Catalogue No: TOCC0496EAN/UPC: 5060113444967Release Date: 04.10.2019Composer: Roy Agnew Artists: Stephanie McCallum
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