A virtuoso display of raw anger for the piano. Composed 2010 – 2013.
One does not simply compose this level of fury. There has to be an incident that creates so much raw, seething rage that even the title becomes a display of immoderation. Don’t worry though! I am generally rather contented, as evidenced by my Piano Sonata No. 1. You can also read more about my background there.
Once again I’d like to mention my piano teacher, David Christophersen, who believed in GRAAAAARRRRRRR even when I couldn’t play it and worked on it with me for several weeks last year.