Variations for piano, op. 27, is a twelve-tone piece for piano composed by Anton Webern in 1936. It consists of three movements:
- Sehr mäßig (“Very moderate”)
- Sehr schnell (“Very fast”)
- Ruhig fließend (“Calm, flowing”)
Webern’s only published work for solo piano, the Variations are one of his major instrumental works and a seminal example of his late style. [source]
Glenn Gould – pianoforte, filmed in 1974.
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