Augusta Read Thomas: Eurythmy Etude - "Still Life"



For solo piano. The word eurythmy stems from Greek roots meaning beautiful or harmonious rhythm. The innate forms living in sound, within our souls, and in the world become the basis for the art form of Eurythmy. "Still Life" is a work about patience. I might have titled this work "Still Life on D Natural", because, while all other 11 pitches are played in the piece, not one D natural ever sounds. The D natural is at rest. — Augusta Read Thomas

Additional Info

Composer Augusta Read Thomas
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Arrangement Piano (PF)
Format Score
Genre 20th Century

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