American Piano Music
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A major retrospective of American piano music from the 40's and 50's.

Pianist Sara Laimon is an active performer in both solo and chamber music. She has performed in Canada, the United States, England, France, Japan, Mexico and Poland, and she has represented the U.S. Information Agency as an Artistic Ambassador in India and Nepal. Laimon is a founding member and co-artistic director of the acclaimed New York-based group Sequitur and has been guest artist with numerous other ensembles. As a sought-after performer of new music, she has worked with composers such as Ligeti, Berio, Bresnick and Kirchner, as well as performing and recording music of many emerging American composers. The New York Times described her 2001 live performance of this disc's repertoire as "a sense of knowing exactly where she wanted to go: music-making as intelligent as it was technically proficient". Born in Vancouver, Laimon is a graduate of the Vancouver Academy of Music, the University of British Columbia, Yale School of Music and SUNY Stony Brook, where she received a DMA under Gilbert Kalish. She was a member of the piano faculty at the Yale School of Music and the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg before joining the McGill Faculty of Music in 2001, where she is currently chair of the Piano Area.
Lukas Foss, composer
Fantasy Rondo for Piano
Sara Laimon, piano

Elliott Carter, composer
Piano Sonata
Sara Laimon, piano

Leonard Bernstein, composer
Seven anniversaries
Sara Laimon, piano

Carl Ruggles, composer
Evocatons Four Chants for Piano
Sara Laimon, piano

Leon Kirchner, composer
Piano Sonata
Sara Laimon, piano

"Sarah Laimon plays all these pieces with rich tone, subtle nuance, and unwavering intelligence." (American Record Guide)
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