8 thoughts on “ Marcia Funerale - Amy Beach* - Joanne Polk - By The Still Waters (CD) ”

  1. Samurg says:
    Of pianist Joanne Polk's two Beach CDs, this one is the more recommendable because it includes a substantial piece, the Variations on Balkan Themes, which shows what Beach could do when she set her mind to it. Some of the little pieces here are unbearably trivial. Polk plays very well, and benefits from excellent recorded sound/5(5).
  2. Gardashakar says:
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Amy Beach: By the Still Waters - Joanne Polk on AllMusic -
  3. Dakus says:
    Nov 29,  · Overall this is a well-planned and well-sung recital, and Joanne Polk's accompaniment is outstanding throughout. Songs of Amy Beach doesn't duplicate a great many songs on the Naxos disc, and if one has a passion for, or curiosity about, Beach's .
  4. Kigalkis says:
    Amy Beach: By the Still Waters (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (, the largest and .
  5. Zujind says:
    Mar 20,  · In celebration of Women’s History Month, pianist and music professor Joanne Polk joined us in our studio to play works by women composers.
  6. Kikus says:
    Her CD titled Songs of Amy Beach, recorded with baritone Patrick Mason for Bridge Records, was nominated for a Grammy Award. In , Ms. Polk’s two-CD set of solo piano music by Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Songs for Pianofore, was released on the Newport Classic label.
  7. Tehn says:
    The CD was a “Pick of the Week” on New York’s classical radio station, WQXR, and debuted at Number 1 on the Classical Billboard Chart. Her first recording in the Amy Beach series, by the still waters, received the INDIE award for best solo recording.
  8. Tuhn says:
    This is the second volume in Kirsten Johnson’s admirable survey of the complete piano music of Amy Beach. The first release has already been reviewed and I see no reason whatsoever to modify my view that this is now shaping up to be a very fine, if contrastive cycle to that given by Joanne Polk, whose volumes I reviewed back in

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