This is a livestreaming Groupmuse Virtual Concert
A live virtual performance with community videochat and a Q&A with the artists.
Sam Post plays Bach, Nombeko, Chan & Post
Sat, December 5, 2020 7:30 PM, EST
- 73 of 100 spots still available
- Bring your own drinks
- No bathroom at this event
Join for a concert of (Syncopated) Bach and new music by Nailah Nombeko, Marc Chan and me (Sam Post). Over the last year I've come to know two amazing composers in the New York area. Over the summer Marc Chan and I had a "canon correspondence" which is exactly as nerdy as it sounds, and you'll hear some of the many, many canons we collaborated on. Also over the summer, I put out a call amongst composers worldwide for recently written piano music, and Nailah Nombeko was the winner. I'll be presenting her three pieces for piano. (Proceeds from the concert will be going to both composers.)
Bach - Two-part Invention no. 8 in F
(Syncopated) Bach - Two-part Inventions: no. 8 F Major, no. 14 B-flat Major, & no. 6 E Major
Preludes and Fugues from WTC 1: C minor, B-flat major.
Post - Christine's Tune
Nailah Nombeko - Three Pieces: Water Lilies, The Chase, Alacrity
Marc Chan + Sam Post - YesWeCanon (a canon correspondence): 18 Canons + Fugue
Four canons on the first theme - canon at the octave (round), canon at the octave, canon in contrary motion, canon at the octave
Three canons on the second theme - canon at the seventh, canon in contrary motion, canon at the seventh / contrary motion
Four canons on the third theme - canon at the octave, canon in contrary motion, canon in French style, canon in syncopated style
Three canons on the fourth theme - canon at the sixth, canon in contrary motion, canon at the fifth
Four canons and Fugue on the fifth theme - canon at the octave, canon in augmentation, canon in contrary motion, canon in syncopation, fugue
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