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Nocturne Op. 27 No. 1 in C# minor by Noah Preminger

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Album Title: The Chopin Project
Label: Connection Works Records
Released: 2018
Duration: 60:55


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Fiona's Comments

If Chopin were a reviewers name they'd not last long either. Joy, life, fuzzy-wuzziness, not very likely. Here we have a saline syrup of sad notes puffed out as clouds of oppression and dissolution. Cold and rarely inspiring. Great for mood setting a Victorian story set in modern times, if that were to become a popular show. #WastingTalents #BetterOffDead

About the Album

"Nocturne Op27 Nº1 in C# minor" is the first track on Chopin Project, the debut album from Dead Composers Club. Dead Composers Club, formed by saxophonist Noah Preminger and drummer Rob Garcia, also features guitarist Nate Radley and bassist Kim Cass. The idea behind the Dead Composers Club is to celebrate and explore the music of iconic composers. The quartet takes a thrillingly imaginative approach to Chopin's Nocturnes and Preludes, approaching these timeless works with a vitality and urgency that connects these stellar modern musicians with their 19th-century source, regardless of elapsed centuries.

Track Listing

Nocturne Op27 Nº1 in C# minor; Prelude Op28 Nº2 in A minor; Nocturne Op9 Nº2 in Eb major; Prelude Op28 Nº24 in D minor; Etude Op25 Nº7 in C3 minor; Prelude Op28 Nº8 in F# minor; Nocturne Op62 Nº2 in E major; Nocturne Op32 Nº2 in Ab major; Prelude Op28 Nº6 in B minor; Prelude Op28 Nº9 in E major.


Noah Preminger
Noah Preminger

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel

Noah Preminger: tenor saxophone; Nate Radley: guitar; Kim Cass: bass; Rob Garcia: drums.


Date featured

June 1, 2018

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