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Kapustin's Concerto for 2 Pianos and Percussion, op 104, was written in 2002. From the opening movement this piece swings, especially with the presence of the drums, and presents a great variety of jazz moods in an intensely personal chamber composition. The slow movement conveys one of those beautiful lyric moments that are sprinkled on Kapustin's vast output, with a placid climate created by suggestive harmonies - but also an exhilarating presto central section. The delirious finale collects impressions from its predecessors, although some recurrent rhythmic sequences confer its own character on this third movement.

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