e-piano video&electronics (CD+DVD)
Piano and electronics, a window to the future.
Since I played the first work for piano and electronics Lo fijo y lo volátil (1994) by the Spaniard José Manuel López López, I verified that this combination made the piano a more flexible instrument. The electronics would amplify, transform, sustain and would make the sound more flexible whilst surrounding it. The use of electronics was like the nineteenth century orchestra in relation to the piano. In fact even the harmonics could be distorted or the resonance would come to the foreground, something only the pianists could hear given the fact that we were sitting so close to the instrument. From that moment on in 2001, I went in search of a repertoire for this combination.
Disparate volante (Arturo Fuentes, composer & Alberto Rosado, piano)