Three Concert Pieces for Piano

‘Winter Piece’ for the Left Hand Alone was written for Selma Epstein, a fellow pianist, who injured her right hand. Winter is an early-advanced work that flows freely, almost improvisational in nature, across the length of the piano. She begins with a rhythmic motive, which later returns to unite the piece. The piece is sectional, offering a diversion from A minor to C-sharp minor and features chord clusters and large rolled chords. The closing leaves one feeling unresolved. Brandman’s use of and sensitivity to tonality, rhythm and character make this a unique and special piece. This is a wonderful piece for any pianist to play, and it certainly provides a great opening to a recitals.
Adrienne W. Wiley
American Music Teacher magazine

October 1st, 2013

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