Erik-Peter Mortensen / Songs / Concerto in dm for Accordion - Andantino

Cncerto for accordion - Andantino by E.P.Mortensen

Very intersting piece in a bachianan mood. Very well played by the author I gess. The minor theme is very interesting, not so the major theme that happens to be shorter and just for a formal need of the andantino. Very pleasant piece tohear. Thanks Mr Mortensen

Awesome ????

thank you so much for sending me as classical song I really like it I listen to all genres of music from Jazz all down a Rock instrumental Opera just to name a few. Continue stay creative keep on share your gifts and talents with others never stay inside of a box continue to grow outside their box. Hope you had a wonderful day that's why I hope this helps when I'm sending you but I really listen to music I'm a big lover of Music. Once again thank you for sharing with me please keep me posted on any new music that you might have coming out God bless your wonderful day and enjoy the rest of your week.
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Twisted Baroque

New York composer Erik-Peter Mortensen has composed a clever neo-Baroque concerto movement for the accordion. This is an interesting setting and aside from the obvious concert hall potential this piece would make a quirky soundtrack piece.
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excellent technique

I'm not a fan of baroque music but i must say i did enjoy listening to you. And I really admire your technique. It's really great! Accordion is a tough instrument to play and i'm very impressed.
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sempre bravissimi

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It is not for accordion

The piece is certainly professionally constructed. The composer has high skill. But I do not find it interesting for the following reasons: 1. It does not seem a piece written for accordion, but rather for organ and then carried on accordion 2. There is little variation. Despite the harmonious and melodic, and even rhythmic, curvature, the song is heavy to listen to. There is no adequate timbric and dynamic contraptions 3. The ideas are not that "inspired": I hear Bach, Buxtehude, Pachelbel...Faurè is more modern than this As a result, the piece has, in my opinion, a sound too thick and heavy. The characteristic of the accordion, that is lightness and agility, is not exalted in any way.
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