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Deadhaus Sonata is a Narrative Driven Action RPG where you play the Undead fighting the living. Listen to radio plays and learn more at www.deadhaussonata.com The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Apocalypse Studios Inc.
 
Publication of The Kreutzer Sonata in 1889 was a significant intellectual event worldwide. Censored in Russia, it set off an explosive debate in Europe, America, and Asia on matters relating to sexual abstinence and the hypocrisy of marriage. The novella emphasizes Tolstoy's controversial view on sexuality, which asserts that physical desire is an obstacle to relations between men and women and may result in tragedy. The Kreutzer Sonata has been recognized as among the best examples of Tolst ...
 
Nearly a thousand years of peace have graced life in the singularity. In the days which are lit by the Empyrean Sun, four childhood friends journey through the strata; layers of human civilization dividing the endowed and the despondent. Carrying their own secrets, quandaries, and uncertainties as they venture through the foreign and the familiar, they begin to unravel the difficult history of their society and must confront the mysteries of their precarious future - a world on the precipice ...
 
The Ghost Sonata (Spöksonaten) is a play in three acts by Swedish playwright August Strindberg. Written in 1907, it was first produced at Strindberg's Intimate Theatre in Stockholm on 21 January 1908... The Ghost Sonata is a key text in the development of modernist drama and a vivid example of a chamber play. In it, Strindberg creates a world in which ghosts walk in bright daylight, a beautiful woman is transformed into a mummy and lives in the closet, and the household cook sucks all the no ...
 
Localizada en Galicia, en la primera aparición del personaje de Bradomín, se desarrolla en un pazo al que se dirige el marqués donde se está muriendo su amada Concha, una mujer con la que tuvo una relación amorosa anteriormente la cual sigue enamorada de él. Es un sentimiento de melancolía porque es un amor pasado. En la Sonata de otoño, Bradomín comienza citando una carta de Concha que ya hace mucho tiempo ha perdido. La acción comienza al recibir la carta, pero en su transcurso se evocan, ...
 
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Erik Satie uses some dark and exotic minor scales in his emblematic Gnossiennes. In this video we go through all aspects of the music to find out how he creates these haunting vibes. With pianist Henrik Kilhamn. Video: https://youtu.be/em4DWxZORI8 Emoji artwork provided by JoyPixels, http://joypixels.com.…
 
Josef Rheinberger was a prolific composer in latter half of the 19th century. He born in Lichtenstein but lived most of his life in Munich, Germany, as a professor at the Royal School of Music. In this video I present and perform the 1st movement of his Piano sonata no. 4 in F# minor, Op. 184, called "The Romantic". This was a Patreon request by L.…
 
When Chopin had left Poland in 1830 there was a revolution attempt against the Russian rule of the country. This music fits the feelings of a passionate revolution, no matter what the politics are. Pianist Henrik Kilhamn shares his interpretation of the famous Etude for the left hand. Video link: https://youtu.be/j0nU3J8eOzo…
 
When it comes to Chopin Etudes, the slow no. 3 in E major is a much welcomed relief from the otherwise very difficult pieces. However, it still poses a challenge for the pianist to balance the beautiful cantabile melody with soft lullaby accompaniment middle voices in the same hand. As well as the chaotic middle section with fierce jumping interval…
 
Scriabin's Fantasie in B minor Op. 28 is a piano piece that thinks it is a symphony. Octaves in both hands almost all the time, arpeggios spannig basically the whole keyboard and a several more very super dense and difficult textures, are all big challenges for the pianist. But musically it has so much to say: so much love to give, so many adventur…
 
Seventeenth of Calefact, in the year 218 after Deadhaus Another southern fortress was lost, and with it, three hundred men. Deadhaus takes no prisoners. It has no need for them. Even the most loyal Imperial soldier will divulge his secrets without hesitation once he has been raised from the dead. And so these losses are unlike the casualties of any…
 
Fourth of Attor, in the year 218 after Deadhaus Today, I write of a great victory in my personal project against Deadhaus. I have at last convinced the Emperor to allow the capture of an animate specimen. For too long has fear prevented this most crucial of studies, but the loss of ever more territory to the south has helped him to see things my wa…
 
The second and central movement of Scriabin's 4th piano sonata is cast in sonata form but feels more like variations on the core themes. Scriabin throws different ideas and textures at us on our way towards the stars, if we follow the poetic narrative of the sonata. Pianist Henrik Kilhamn brings you with him on the flight. Link to video: https://yo…
 
Beneath the ruins of Os Kurrox, the darkness conceals a relic of the Old Empire, from a time before Deadhaus. Whatever valuables the ruins above once contained have long since been scoured by Imperial forces or treasure hunters, but the artifact below remains unscathed. Continue Reading at https://deadhaussonata.com/project/banshee…
 
The 4th sonata is somewhat of a turning point in Scriabin's production where he starts to leave the tonal world behind and reach something new. This music is a challenge, not only to play and perform, but to analyze as well. Pianist Henrik Kilhamn gives it his best shot in this episode. Link to video: https://youtu.be/pB85-VvD_PU…
 
I was at Fort Zaestra when it was taken by the dead. Many believe the city fell to overwhelming numbers, but this is not the truth. Countless large-scale forces had besieged those fortress walls, and all of them were repelled. It was not an army, but a single being that brought ruin to Fort Zaestra. Continue Reading at https://deadhaussonata.com/pr…
 
At dawn, on the fifth day of our search, we came upon the vampire’s dwelling, a ruined tower from the first age. Twelve of us stormed the lookout and rode down the mindless thralls that sought to warn their master. The knights wished to breach the tower on foot, to smite the wretch as it lay in its coffin, but I stood them down. That’s what it want…
 
Rachmaninoff's B minor prelude, Op. 32 no. 10, is known to be inspired by the Böcklin painting "The Return", depicting a man waiting outside a house before arriving. Rachmaninoff presents a rich inner life of emotions in his prelude, going between solemnity, pride and resignation. With pianist Henrik Kilhamn. Youtube video: https://youtu.be/6sXGdJ2…
 
The G major prelude from Op. 32 is one of few calm pieces in major among Rachmaninoff's 24 preludes. The left hand accompaniment conjurs Barcarolle vibes as if swaying back and forth on calm water, and the right hand melody enters as if sailing. There's an interlude in minor that shimmers even more poignantly for a brief moment, but the music soon …
 
Pianist Henrik Kilhamn goes into the details of Keith Jarrett's legendary improvised concert in Köln 1975. In the substantial "A section" the music is centralized around the two chords Am and G. Jarrett goes between them in an almost hypnotic state through several different styles. After that he embarks on a free exploration in the "B section" befo…
 
Rachmaninoff sets two voices against each other in his most famous piece: the C sharp minor Prelude, Op. 3 no. 2. The fateful motif in the low register rings like funeral bells and the response in the high register tries desperately to find a way out of the nightmare. Pianist Henrik Kilhamn plays and interprets the music. Youtube video: https://you…
 
We continue with Mozart's A minor sonata (K.310) with the slow second movement "Andante cantabile con espressione" in F major. It presents a calm and heartfelt melody together with a somewhat playful character, but in the middle section all the pain and tension from the first movement surfaces again. With pianist Henrik Kilhamn. Youtube video: http…
 
Pianist Henrik Kilhamn goes through Mozart's A minor sonata's first movement in depth. It revolves around a signal rhythm as the first subject and "moto perpetuo" rolling 16th notes as the 2nd subject, and the way Mozart integrates all elements through the course of the movement - effortless but nonetheless original - is a testamony to his genius. …
 
Continuing with Bach inventions we encounter another counterpoint mechanism: The canon. The subject starts in the right hand and after a while the left hand imitates exactly the same subject while it's still being created in the right hand. Henrik Kilhamn breaks apart the building blocks in this analysis video. Link to Youtube video: https://youtu.…
 
Back to basics: Johann Sebastian Bach wrote 15 of these "Inventions" in his son's score book as exercises. They are full of clever musical inventions in counterpoint which was the dominant style during the Baroque period. No 1 in C major uses only a short subject as the foundation for the whole piece, to which Bach applies appropriate mechanisms of…
 
Mozart's Turkish March - the final movement from his 11th piano sonata in A major, K.331 - is one of the most famous classical piano pieces of all times. The music emulates Turkish military bands with drum rolls and modal qualities. Henrik Kilhamn goes through all different sections that keeps returning in the rondo in detail. Link to Youtube video…
 
Pianist Henrik Kilhamn analyzes Mozart's Sonata "Facile" in C major KV.545, 1st movement: Allegro. We find all the usual Mozart elements of phrase efficiancy, scales and amazing sequences, and although Mozart said it was "for beginners" it's never easy to pull off his gestures as smooth and free of friction as you would want them. It's also a good …
 
Mozart's Fantasy or Fantasia in D minor is somewhat unusual in several respects. First, the form is free from the usual sonata structure and instead presents a collection of ideas and themes after each other. Second, the character is much darker than the typical Mozart in major keys (until the second part arrives in D major). And third, Mozart didn…
 
Pianist Henrik Kilhamn presents Schubert's 2nd Impromptu from the first set, Op. 90. If the playful, seemingly never-ending scales are a gentle stream in a sunny nature scene, the raw and rough chords in the middle section is a heavy storm brewing. Analysis and performance (last half) (12.52). Link to Youtube video: https://youtu.be/CBFgQ-vbMtk…
 
"The Girl with the Flaxen Hair", ("La fille aux cheveux de lin") is no. 8 in the first book of Preludes by Debussy from 1910. For this piece, Debussy writes in a style closer to his early works: diatonic and melodic with nice, lush chords rolling over the piano. There are clear cadences, but this short piece is ripe with quick modulations between t…
 
Maurice Ravel captures feelings of longing and missing in his arguably most famous piano piece. In this video, pianist Henrik Kilhamn goes through the music to find out how that is done. Different registers as well as modal harmony are important factors. Contents: 0:42 Introduction 3:11 Analysis 20:33 Performance Link to Youtube video: https://yout…
 
Pianist Henrik Kilhamn looks at all variations of the simple and chorale-like Arietta theme in the final movement of Beethoven's 32nd piano sonata (and of all his sonatas!). They cover an incredible range of styles, sonorites and energy levels while sharing the harmonic structure of the theme, as well as one fundamental tempo that rules the whole m…
 
Pianist Henrik Kilhamn takes on this monster of a piece. Beethoven returns to the roots of Bach and counterpoint and fuses it with his typical dramatic charge in this movement from his late period. The music is so intense with extreme dynamic contrasts and fugato treatment of the core motif. Every note matters in this struggle for survival on earth…
 
Pianist Henrik Kilhamn looks at Kinderszenen and especially no. 7 Träumerei, one of Robert Schumann's most loved melodies. There is a dreaminess present in the whole cycle, feeding a nostalgic element of looking back and remembering these poignant states of childhood. Introduction: 0:31 No. 1, "Of foreign lands and people": 2:17 No. 7, "Träumerei":…
 
To close the Pathétique sonata, Beethoven writes a fast-paced Allegro in Rondo form. The theme is like static electricity, jumping between smaller objects, and throughout the movement we are treated to various adventures in the different episodes. As always your guide Henrik Kilhamn at the piano.
 
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