Anna Sutyagina plays the second bagatelle “Montmartre Cemetery” by American composer John Griffin.
This music is about that type of melancholy only to be found in Paris. John is a passionate advocate for new music that employs traditionally Classical and Romantic forms, and has coined the term “RetroClassical” to describe these works. He is also a huge fan of movie soundtracks and considers John Williams and Jerry Goldsmith on equal footing with Debussy and Brahms and will challenge anyone who disputes that to a mean game of chess!
Read an interview with John here:
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