Analysis and Performance Aspects of Donald Harris' Sonata for Piano - Seon Ok Kim

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Analysis and Performance Aspects of Donald Harris' Sonata for Piano

Twentieth and twenty-first piano music is frequently difficult to perform, in part because of the unfamiliarity of compositional techniques, unconventional demands of the performer, unfamiliar combinations of sounds, and challenging performance practice.




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