|Difficulty||UK grade 8 (advanced) < 9 (diploma level)|
Kapustin has many sides to his musical personality, and the Ten Bagatelles op. 59 demonstrate how well he can write unpretentious, light-hearted piano pieces whilst at the same time involving the performer and listener in some fascinating musical diversions. Written in 1991, the work comprises a series of witty, essentially theatrical compositions that may remind you of Sondheim or Gershwin; indeed, each of them could be thought of as a short overture or interlude to an imaginary musical.
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