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Lang Lang

Piano Book

Deutsche Grammophon

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Beethoven: Bagatelle No. 25 in A Minor, WoO 59
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1 Bach: Prelude in C Major, BWV 846  
2 Beethoven: Bagatelle #25 in A Minor, WoO 59 'Fur Elise'  
3 Richter: The Departure  
4 Mendelssohn: 4. Presto 'Spinning Song'  
5 Debussy: 3. Clair de lune  
6 Debussy: 1. Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum  
7 Chopin: 15. Sostenuto in D-Flat Major, C. 180 'Raindrop'  
8 Mozart: 1. Allegro  
9 Clementi: 2. Andante  
10 Czerny: 1. Presto  
11 Tiersen: 4. La Valse d'Amelie  
12 Debussy: Reverie, L. 68  
13 Schubert: 3. Allegro moderato  
14 Grieg: 6. To Spring  
15 Schumann: 8. Wilder Reiter  
16 Poulenc: 2. Staccato  
17 Huang: The Merry Shepherd Boy  
18 Sakamoto: Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence  
19 Badarzewska-Baranowska: The Maiden's Prayer, Op. 4  
20 Mozart: Tema  
21 Mozart: Variation 1  
22 Variation 2  
23 Variation 3  
24 Variation 4  
25 Variation 5  
26 Variation 6  
27 Variation 7  
28 Variation 8  
29 Variation 9  
30 Variation 10  
31 Variation 11  
32 Variation 12  
33 Bach: Minuet #1 in G Major, BWV Suppl. 114  
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One of the world's biggest classical stars, Lang Lang, returns with his brand new solo album ‘Piano Book' – a collection of pieces which first inspired him to play the piano and led him on his path to international stardom. The recording, his first new studio album in three years, marks his return to Universal Music Group and Deutsche Grammophon – the label he first signed to in 2003.

Lang Lang says: "I want to take every music lover on a journey through my favourite piano pieces. I hope to inspire as well as motivate every piano student to remain focused during daily practice, and to play and understand these essential pieces for what they really are: true masterpieces!"

‘Piano Book' gathers together many of the miniatures that generations of amateur pianists have grown up with. Lang Lang holds them in the highest regard, believing them to be classics in their own right. He wants to encourage piano students across the world to fully appreciate them.

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