Contains hundreds of works, from J.S. Bach and Handel, to virtuosic works by Liszt and Tausig, to the tonally-complex compositions of Berg and Scriabin, as well as rarely-heard works by Vine and Lyapunov.
Contained in my first recording is my most ethereal work, Dreams of a Somnambulist, along with my most complex, the Reverse Entropy sonata; and in between the two, I have included a transcription of the eighth string quartet by Shostakovich as well as works by my personal favorite: J.S. Bach.
Staff - Dreams of a Somnambulist
Beethoven - Sonata no. 14 'Moonlight'
- Intermission -
J.S. Bach - Kunst der Fuge, 1-4
Staff - Sonata Reverse Entropy
Variations on Gounod's Marche d'une
I have written over 200 works, most of which are for solo piano. I frequently experiment with mathematical concepts such as Diophantine equations and permutation groups in my compositions.