Christina Rusnak | Le Jardin Perdu
Christina Rusnak is a multifaceted composer whose work reflects a diversity of styles. Actively seeking to integrate geographic and artistic elements into her work, her goal is to compose music that engages the performers as well as the audience.
Christina Rusnak, Composer, Explorer, Music, Outdoors, Exploring with music
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Le Jardin Perdu

Le Jardin Perdu

Duration ~ 6:00

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Le Jardin Purdu, for solo piano, evolved under my fingers. Without any programmatic impetus, the piece developed over time resulting in a balance of modal lyricism and gesture. The title translates literally to The Lost Garden. This piece evokes the past, some would call it old-­‐ fashioned, yet it refuses to remain stuck there. Contemporary gestures interrupt the tranquil ostinato, and keeps the piece from conforming to its expected idioms.

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