Liszt — Paganini Etudes No. Liszt — Polonaise in E Major No. Liszt — Sonata in B minor S. Liszt — Three Concert Etudes S.
Alexander Goldenweiser was born in and studied at the Moscow Conservatoire with the great generation that included Rachmaninov, Scriabin and Medtner. This is the first time all Rosenthal's recordings have been transfered to CD and two recent discoveries issued only in Argentina and Japan respectively and known only in unique copies are included, as is a beautiful live performance from his 75th birthday concert. He recorded prolifically from until just before his death and was particularly highly regarded for his Chopin, Schumann and Rachmaninov. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Premier quadrille de contredanses variees, op Continue shopping.
Liszt — Two Concert Etudes S. Liszt — Transcendental Etudes No. Prokofiev — Etudes Op. Prokofiev — Klavierstucke Op.
Prokofiev — Piano Sonata No. Prokofiev — Toccata Op. Prokofiev — Vier Stucke Op. Rachmaninov — Etudes-Tableaux Op. Rachmaninov — Piano Sonata No.
Rachmaninov — Six Moments-Musicaux Op. Rachmaninov — Variations on a Thema of Corelli Op. Ravel — Le Tombeau de Couperin C. Saint-Saens — Etude from Waltz Op. Scarlatti — Sonata L. Scarlatti — Sonata in G minor R. Schubert — Impromptu in G flat Major Op. Schumann — Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op.
Scriabin — Piano Sonata Fantasy No. Scriabin — Etudes Op. Shostakovich — Piano Sonata No. Sibelius -Five Pieces for Piano Op. Tchaikovsky — The Seasons Op.
Valse chromatique, Op (Leschetizky, Theodor) Work Title, Valse chromatique. Alternative. Title. Composer Piece Style, Romantic. Instrumentation, Piano. Valse Chromatique, Op. 22 (piano) - Kindle edition by Hans Semper, Theodore Leschetizky. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or.
Kreisler — Liebesfreud for Violin and Piano F. Mendelssohn — Piano Trio in D minor Op. Mendelssohn — Piano Quartet in B minor Op. Paganini — Cantabile Violin H. Bach — Piano Concerto in D minor No. Bach — Piano Concerto in F minor No.
Chopin, Piano Concerto in E mino, No. Chopin — Piano Concerto in F minor No. Liebesleid Arr. Felix Mendelssohn - Rondo capriccioso in E Major, Op. Leopold Godowsky - Elegy for the left hand alone. Claude Debussy - La puerta del vino.
La fille aux cheveux de lin. Tango, Op. Leopold Godowsky. Liebestraum No. Grand Galop Chromatique, S. Related albums.
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Liszt 5. Allegro con fuoco 6. Adagio 7. Presto 8.
Durchaus fantastisch und leidenschaftlich vorzutragen - Im Legendenton - Erstes Tempo 6. Much of the enormous amount of music he produced over the next thirty years—he had reached Op by —followed in the tradition of Mendelssohn and Schumann his admiration for the latter inspired a string quartet arrangement of Kinderszenen in The Piano Concerto No 1 in A minor, Op 31 , begins with a sepulchral thirteen bars containing the motif that will act as a springboard for the first movement.
A vigorous opening tutti and energetic salvo from the soloist leave us in no doubt as to the nature of the work and, while there could hardly be a greater contrast between this and the graceful lyrical second subject marked con fantasia in E major , it is the dynamic energy of the writing that dominates the sonata-form movement. The colourful orchestration should not be overlooked, with some merry passages for both the bassoons and flutes. The third movement, Andante quasi adagio, is among the most affecting slow movements in the Romantic concerto repertoire. It begins as a funeral march in B minor , then becomes an elegy in B major rising to an impassioned outburst of grief before subsiding to an almost quasi niente ending.
If the concluding Allegro ma non troppo Vivace does not quite equal the original and distinctive character of the three preceding movements it is not for want of ideas. This theme returns at the beginning of the last movement and rounds off the whole work. After its restatement by the orchestra, Godard moves back to the tonic minor for an Allegro passage in triplets using fragments of the folk-like theme. Little of the above sounds like the work of someone routinely classified as a salon music composer.
The lovely theme of the second movement in B flat major most certainly does, however, and most touching it is too. Godard, incidentally, liked to use the full range of the keyboard, and here occasionally takes his soloist down to the very bottom B flat. A central section in five flats threatens to obliterate the serenity of proceedings but calm soon returns, a quiet series of arpeggios taking us, attacca, into the Scherzo, in F minor.
The Andante maestoso opening of the last movement announces the return of the very first theme of the concerto.