Martin Oei | Pianodebuut

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by Martin Oei

The first piano album by the 14 year old Dutch pianist Martin Oei contains both modern and classical compositions.
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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1. Aufforderung Zum Tanz
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2. Humoresque
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3. Sonate Pathetique, Opus 13: Part 1
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4. Sonate Pathetique, Opus 13: Part 2
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5. Sonate Pathétique, Opus 13: Part 3
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6. Nocturne In Cis, Op. posth.
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7. Un Sospiro
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8. Dome
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9. Elegie No. 1, Opus 3
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10. Rondo Cappriccioso, Opus 14
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Maria van Deutekom, director Fontys Conservatory: 'Martin Oei is an extremely talented young musician, he has an astonishing technique and shows remarkable musical intelligence, nothwithstanding his age.'
The recordings were made on a Steinway Grand Piano in the professional studio of Jochem Geene at Studio Van Schuppen in The Netherlands. The first album was given to the director of the Van den Ende Foundation in the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam.

Critics after his appearance in the final of the Princess Christina Competition: 'Not unexpectedly, the first prize went to Martin Oei. He performed a subtle Liszt Sospiro and a fingerbreaking piece by Volodos. He got the audience out of their seats and cheering.'


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