"But usually composing means self-expression, touch with beauty, connection to the immaterial world. The composers - of course not all - have much in common with priests and gardeners. "
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PIANOVERSAL listening tips: Elena Firsova
Sonata for violoncello and piano Op. 5 (1971)
Viola Morkosch, piano & Eckhardt Stahl, Violoncello
For Alissa – Variations Op. 102 (2002)
Piano: Alissa Firsova (Elena Firsova's daughter)
Meditation in the Japanese Garden, op.54, fl, va, pf (1992)
Duruflé-Trio (Clare Simmonds, Piano, Rosie Bowker, Flute, Henrietta Hill, Viola)
All piano solo and piano chamber music works are listed in the PIANOVERSALRegister.
Elena Firsova: composer of the week No.5 / February 2018