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For his fourth CD for Mirare, brilliant pianist and composer Matan Porat chose these colorful pieces, spanning through four centuries of music from Couperin to Adès, displaying the different and similar approaches of composers to dance. Through this program, which he dedicates to his daughter Zoe, he invites us to celebrate the colorful world of childhood and to discover new facets of his talent, both as a performer and as a composer.
For his fourth CD for Mirare, brilliant pianist and composer Matan Porat chose these colorful pieces, spanning through four centuries of music from Couperin to Adès, displaying the different and similar approaches of composers to dance. Through this program, which he dedicates to his daughter Zoe, he invites us to celebrate the colorful world of childhood and to discover new facets of his talent, both as a performer and as a composer.
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Format: CD
Label: MIRARE
Rel. Date: 02/10/2023
UPC: 3760127226437

Dances For Zoe
Artist: Matan Porat
Format: CD
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1. Brahms: Waltz, Op.39 No.1: Tempo Giusto
2. Brahms: Waltz, Op.39 No.11
3. Brahms: Waltz, Op.39 No.6: Vivace
4. Brahms: Waltz, Op.39 No.3
5. Brahms: Waltz, Op.39 No.14
6. Brahms: Waltz, Op.39 No.15
7. Scriabin: Mazurka, Op.25 No.2
8. Ades: Mazurka, Op.27 No.2
9. Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin: V. Menuet. Allegro Moderato
10. C.P.E. Bach: Dance Movements in G WQ/H Desunt: Menuet
11. Porat: Waltz for Bill
12. Evans: Waltz for Debbie
13. Stravinsky: Tango
14. Nancarrow: Study No.6: Tango (Arr. Matan Porat)
15. Rameau: Suite in a Minor: III. Sarabande
16. Satie: Sarabande No.3
17. Scriabin: Valse, Op.38
18. Couperin: Quatrième Concert: V. Sarabande
19. Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin: III. Forlane. Allegretto
20. Lachenmann: Ein Kinderspiel: VII. Schattentanz
21. Shostakovich: Dances of the Dolls: V. Scherzwalzer

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For his fourth CD for Mirare, brilliant pianist and composer Matan Porat chose these colorful pieces, spanning through four centuries of music from Couperin to Adès, displaying the different and similar approaches of composers to dance. Through this program, which he dedicates to his daughter Zoe, he invites us to celebrate the colorful world of childhood and to discover new facets of his talent, both as a performer and as a composer.
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