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Schumann Piano Concerto - Claudio Arrau - First Part (part1)
Schumann Piano Concerto - Claudio Arrau - First Part (part1) Schumann Piano Concerto Op.54 Orchestra: Detroit Symphony Orchestra Director: Kark Krueger Piano: Claudio Arrau 1° PART (part1) --- 1° PART (part1) 1° PART (part2) 2° PART (part1) 2° PART (part2) --- Listen to radio stations from your browser World version --- Digital Remastering of 78 RPM Records Only Classical Music Public Domain PromoClassical Copyright reserved
Claudio Arrau - Chopin Etude no.3 op.25
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Patricio Molina - Chopin Mazurka Op. 59 No. 3
Patricio Molina - Chopin Mazurka Op. 59 No. 3 RecitalPATRICIO MOLINA, PIANIST A native of Chile, the 18- year-old pianist Patricio Molina made his debut at the tender age of three appearing with the Catholic University of Chile's Orchestra on the popular television program "Venga Conmigo" (come with me). Immediate following his appearance, Patricio was awarded a full scholarship by "Amigos del Teatro Municipal", the educational funding arm of the Municipal Theater of Santiago. This scholarship enabled Patricio to study free of charge in the School for the Arts within the University of Chile for the next ten years. During this time he won the "Claudio Arrau International Piano Competition" three times (I, II and III Level), and performed concerts in Germany, Jordan and throughout Chile. Upon his arrival in the United States in 2004, Patricio entered Manhattan School of Music where he is a full scholarship student in the studio of Dr. Marc Silverman, Chairman of the Conservatory's Piano Department. His talents were quickly recognized by the New York Times which described him as "a gifted young artist" when they heard his performance on the Symphony Space "Wall-to-Wall Stravinsky" program. In 2005, Patricio was awarded First Prize in the International Piano Competition of New as well the Grand Prize as the outstanding performer in all categories of the competition. As the winner of last season's Precollege Concerto Competition, Patricio performed Saint Saens's Concerto No. 2 in G minor with the Manhattan School of Music ...
Chopin - Nocturno en si bemol menor Op 9 Nº 1
Chopin - Nocturno en si bemol menor Op 9 Nº 1 Pianista Claudio Arrau Primeros nocturnos publicado por Chopin en 1833 en Paris, mas no el primer compuesto (los nocturnos postumos ocupan ese puesto). Inspirados es las obras de John Field, el aprenderia y tomaria un estilo de composicion como suyo dandoles alma a los "preciosos pero vacios marcos de Field" (Alfred Cortot). El nocturno N° 1, aunque hermoso, es apenas el susurro de lo que vendria despues. Segun Bernard Gavoty "un tema de arpegio monotono y tristeza distinguida"
Patricio Molina - Toccata by Peter Mennin
Patricio Molina - Toccata by Peter Mennin PATRICIO MOLINA - A concert in NJ PAC (New Jersey Performing Art Center) in Newark. Chilean Pianist born in Los Andes City. He studied first in the Faculty of Art at the University of Chile and later at The Manhattan School of Music of New York, with Dr. Marc Silverman. He has won many pianos competition like: Arrau Competition in Chile (1998, 2000, 2003), New Jersey Competition (2004) and recently the Manhattan Competition (2006) Peter Mennin (born Mennini) (May 17, 1923, Erie, Pennsylvania -- June 17, 1983, New York City) was an American composer and teacher. He directed the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, then for many years ran the Juilliard School, succeeding William Schuman in this role. He began composing at an early age, and wrote nine symphonies, several concertos, and numerous works for wind band, chorus, and other ensembles. His style became more chromatic and astringent with time, but was always essentially tonal, relying heavily on polyphony. Mennin's fifth symphony of 1950, which is tonal, energetic and suspenseful, was recorded by Howard Hanson and the Eastman Rochester Orchestra in the Mercury series of American classical works -- the original LP also included the "New England Triptych" of William Schuman -- and for years was the only widely-available recording of Mennin's work, though its reissue on CD prompted several other recordings of Mennin compositions. Juilliard awards a Peter Mennin prize, for Outstanding Achievement and ...
Patricio Molina Chopin Scherzo No4
Patricio Molina Chopin Scherzo No4 PATRICIO MOLINA - A Concert in NJPAC (New Jersey Performing Art Center), in Newark 2006. Concierto en NJPAC (Centro de Actuacion y Artes de New Jersey), en Newark 2006. Fryderyk Chopin (Polish: Fryderyk [Franciszek] Chopin, sometimes Szopen; French: Frédéric [François] Chopin; surname pronunciation in English: IPA: /ˈʃoʊpæn/, in French: IPA: [ʃɔpɛ̃]; March 1, 1810[1] -- October 17, 1849) was a Polish[2][3] composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic period. He is widely regarded as the greatest Polish composer, and ranks as one of music's greatest tone poets by reason of superfine imagination and fastidious craftsmanship.[4] Chopin was born in the village of Żelazowa Wola, in the Duchy of Warsaw, to a Polish mother and French-expatriate father, and in his early life was regarded as a child-prodigy pianist. In November 1830, at the age of 20, Chopin went abroad; following the suppression of the Polish November Uprising of 1830--31, he became one of many expatriates of the Polish "Great Emigration." In Paris, Chopin made a comfortable living as a composer and piano teacher, while giving few public performances. An ardent Polish patriot,[5] in France he used the French versions of his given names and eventually, to avoid having to rely on Imperial Russian documents, became a French citizen.[6][7][8] After some ill-fated romantic involvements with Polish ladies, from 1837 to 1847 he conducted a turbulent relationship with the French writer George Sand (Aurore Dudevant). Always in frail health, he died in Paris, at the age of 39, of chronic pulmonary tuberculosis.[9] Chopin's extant compositions were written primarily for the piano as a solo instrument. Though technically demanding, Chopin's style emphasizes nuance and expressive depth rather than virtuosity. Chopin invented musical forms such as the ballade[10] and was responsible for major innovations in forms such as the piano sonata, waltz, nocturne, étude, impromptu and prelude. His works are mainstays of Romanticism in 19th-century classical music. His mazureks and polonaises are touchstones of Polish national classic music.
Polonaise Militar Chopin Polonese Militaire op 40 n° 1 A major dur
Polonaise Militar Chopin Polonese Militaire op 40 n° 1 A major dur Frederick Chopin (1810-1849). Polish composer. Aloysio Rachid,brasilian musician and pianist, plays (performs) (touches) (spielt) (toca) (executa) the famous "military polonaise" from chopin. Polonesa Chopin. Polonese Chopin. Polonaises. Aloysio email: Muzico pianista braziliano. Pianisti famosi. Marcial rhythm. Marcha triunfal marche. Célebre polonesa. Poloneza. Poloniese famose. Polonesas. Polonaises. Polonezen. Famous international classical piano music instrumental performance. Musique classique erudite famose romantique et lirique pour piano instrumentale. As mais belas lindas e famosas musicas clássicas inesquecívies canciones per pianoforte. Brasilianer klassik klavier spieler. Berühmte romantische liebeslied (lieds). Classical profissional pianist.
Chopin Prelude No. 4, Opus 28 in E-Minor -- Steinberg
Chopin Prelude No. 4, Opus 28 in E-Minor -- Steinberg In a live performance at the Sondheim Theater, Rob Steinberg plays the heart-wrenching Prelude Opus 28, No. 4 in E Minor. This recording was honored in compiliation of ten top recordings of this piece. This video has been featured in compiliations of ten top recordings of this piece. Steinberg is or has been a management consultant, trial attorney, Reagan Administration appointee, classical pianist and author of five books. Steinberg studied with Brian Ganz of the Peabody Institute, Jules Gentil of the L'Ecole Normale in Paris, and composer Elizabeth Gould. He served on the Board of Directors of the Kennedy Center's Young Concert Artist series. He was founder of a performing arts group of governmental and business leaders in Washington, which included Senators, Congressmen, and Cabinet members. Steinberg was accepted into the Masters of Piano Performance Program at the Peabody Institute and into the Mozarteum in Salzburg. As a young pianist, he was a soloist with various symphony orchestras. Influences include Andre Watts, Rudolph Serkin, Leon Fleischer and Glenn Gould and Tiempo, Richter, Argerich, Pogorelich
Prelude in C-sharp minor - J.S. Bach
Prelude in C-sharp minor - J.S. Bach Chilean Pianist Patricio Molina performs Bach's Prelude in C-sharp minor.
Beethoven Piano Concert No 4 - part 1 - Wilhelm Backhaus - Kar
Beethoven Piano Concert No 4 - part 1 - Wilhelm Backhaus - Kar GOOD QUALITY WILHELM BACKHAUS & KARL BÖHM Concerto for Piano no 4 in G major, Op. 58 by Ludwig van Beethoven Performer: Wilhelm Backhaus (Piano) Conductor: Karl Böhm Orchestra/Ensemble: Vienna Symphony Orchestra Date of Recording: 3-9/4/1967 Venue: Studio Rosenhügel, Vienna Period: Classical Written: 1806; Vienna, Austria * Backhaus was regarded by many as the greatest interpreter of Beethoven. * Backhaus and Böhm were friends of nearly forty years' standing and collaborated in concertos by both these composers on many occasions. * The present performance was among their last. Two years later, Backhaus died, aged 85, after a career of some seventy years. * Both men were technicians of exceptional brilliance. * Böhm's command of orchestral ensemble, sonority, textural clarity and subtlety of rhythm was legendary. His musicianship was impeccable, his authority unquestioned. * A marvellous testament to great Brahms conducting! Perhaps this DVD will act as a reminder of the power of the medium. These are two fine performances by two great artists - and here we have the opportunity to study their most intimate movements in performance. Piano students will surely glean volumes from Backhaus's sovereign technique; conducting students may find less to admire in Böhm's rather staid manner and gestures, but nevertheless can observe a major podium figure of the past at close quarters. The set-up in the studio is typical for the period, with the conductor rather isolated from his ...