Richard Lane (1933-2004)
On September 3, 2004, a police patrol intercepted a convertible Ford Mustang that was zigzagging out of control.
Richard Lane had just left Cape Cod, where he spent his summers composing, and suffered a stroke while driving back to his home in Paterson, New Jersey. He was urgently taken to Newark University Hospital, but nine days later, he passed away, leaving behind a rich legacy of over 500...
About Suite “A Study in Summer”
Different styles and moods
The five movements provide the performer with considerable freedom of expression within different styles and moods, performed over a high quality and stimulating pianistic accompaniment, the latter being a common characteristic of the music of Richard Lane.
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- I. A Study in Summer (2')
II. A Song of the Hill (2'30)
III. Interlude (3')
IV. Evening Blues (2'30)
V. finale (2')