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Klaverteknikk i historisk perspektiv

Kunststipendiat Natalia Strelchenkos prosjekt hadde som mål å undersøke hvilken virkning ulike europeiske klavertekniske tradisjoner har hatt for klaverspillets estetikk og stil, og hvilke forskjellige klanglige resultater ulike tilnærminger til klaverteknikken skaper.

The project was based on the work of a selection by the 1800s composers, which both absorbed the main technique traditions of the 18th century and reflected the 19th century pianistic Europe.

Strelchenko specifically dealt with Hummel, Kalkbrenner, Thalberg, Chopin and Liszt's unique contributions and their impact on Norwegian performers and composers, represented by Agathe Backer Grøndahl and Thomas Tellefsen.

She also examined contemporary regional piano traditions in order to trace the older piano techniques in modern piano tradition.

Furthermore, she aimed at explaining, systematizing and demonstrating connections between practice methods and style seen both in historical and regional perspective, crystallized in the chosen repertoire.

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