Preludes and Fugues op. 82 by Nikolai Kapustin
Classical or Jazz?
Keywords:classical music, jazz, prelude and fugue
The early 20th century witnessed growing interest in the Baroque polyphony genres: prelude and fugue in jazz. Preludes and fugues op. 82 (1997) by the Russian composer Nikolai Kapustin are particularly interesting. The way he integrates the expression of classical music and the specificity of jazz music is very original.
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