Leos Janáček. In the mists (V Mlhách), pieces (4) for piano, JW 8/ Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓. Share on. Sheet Music - £ - Leoš Janácek wrote very little piano music. including the cycle “In the Mists”, a highly personal reflection of his inmost. For this week's Midday Masterpiece, pianist David Greilsammer's selections included Janáček's "In the Mists.".
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Schiff's style, in which an unusually sensitive touch is combined with an alertness to contrapuntal clarity, has made him one of the foremost Bach interpreters of the day.
Sorry, this episode is not currently available Success! The manuscript most difficult to decipher in this group of small pieces is an unedited sketch, which is recorded here as "Untitled". This sketch can neither be dated janacek in the mists unambiguously read.
It is an adaptation of one of the most famous Bohemian Christmas songs. The left hand, which plays a rather obsessive two-note figure, janacek in the mists behaves like a strummed chord at the start of a doina, wherein the soloist right hand adds melodic flourishes. A nebulous, permissive quality pervades the second piece of the janacek in the mists, which seems to grant the performer free rein over interpretation.
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