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Niklas Sivelov

Niklas Sivelov

Classical / Jazz / Exprimental Malmö, SE  SE
Les Chauves-Souris Choréographique
Bartok Concerto nr 2 Finale
Skrjabin Concerto opus 20-2nd mov.
Prelude no. 1 from 24 Preludes
J.S. Bach Prelude in c-minor WTC book 2



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  • Martin Max Schreiner (Artist)
    Martin Max Schreiner
    Your playing is like magic upon the keyboard! Wonderful and engaging music.
  • Ecologyngle (Artist)
    "Bartok" sublime Niklas. Cheers * Patricia
  • NTS (Artist)
    Thanks for support! Take care. NTStrio.com
  • Mike Vinson (Artist)
    Mike Vinson
    You are a very talented musician. Wishing you much success.
  • Overnight Collides (Artist)
    Overnight Collides
    Great tunes! ..Very enjoyable. If you get a chance would you listen to a tune & fan us back. it would be greatly appreciated. All the best from Overnight Collides
  • Mic Calico (Artist)
    Mic Calico
    Good Music


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Sounds Like: András Schiff, Rachmanninov, Keith Jarrett, Bach, Vangelis

Label: Caprice, Naxos, Sanctuary Classics, Arecords, Dux, Phono Suecia and BIS

Manager: On Queue Performing Artists, Nordic Artists Management

Bio: His marvellous touch and perfect control of the dynamics
were remarkable. With emotional involvement he led us far
around in the spectre of emotions in the concerto from the
elegantly playful to the explosive forceful cascades and
dramatic passages, from the intense poetic and dreamlike to
the ha...See Full Bio

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“Luxurious And Sparkling Pianomania, 1 December 2012 Here is a plausible pub quiz question from Stockholm: Which is the most often played Swedish piano concerto? That would be the Piano Concerto No.2 in D minor by Wilhelm Stenhammar (1871-1927). Exactly. Almost everyone knows the national composers of Norway (Grieg), Finland (Sibelius) and Denmark (Nielsen), but Sweden calls for some head-scratching. Stenhammar probably comes closest to that epithet, but it is his solid Germanic musical training from Berlin, often untouched by folk influences, which makes him somewhat less distinctive. Both of his piano concertos are however totally enjoyable examples of Romantic piano writing. The shorter Concerto No.2 of 1908 unusually begins with a solo introduction by the piano (like in Beethovens Fourth and Rachmaninovs Second), which never gets heard again (like Tchaikovskys First). Its movements play without a break (like Liszts) but contain memorable moments and melodies, including a rom”

— A Sonorous Ebb And Flow

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