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Bruch: Vengerov - Masur - Violin Concerto part 1
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Bruch: Vengerov - Masur - Violin Concerto part 2
Bruch: Vengerov - Masur - Violin Concerto part 2 Max Bruch Violin Concerto Maxim Vengerov, violin Kurt Masur, conductor Gewandhausorchester Leipzig movement 2 Adagio
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Geza Hosszu Legocky-Bruch:Scottish Fantasy - Rehersal (1)
Geza Hosszu Legocky-Bruch:Scottish Fantasy - Rehersal (1) Geza making hes Rehersal with Max.Bruch: Scottish Fantasy Op. 46 for Viiolin and Orchestra with the Parana Symphonic Orchestra.Robert Tibirica. Parana (Argentina) 2004Biography Praised by musicians, audiences, and music critics as a rising "tour de force" in the classical music scene, Géza Hosszu-Legocky's critical acclaim culminated with the nomination of two Grammy® Awards, including the "Best Classical Music Album 2005" and "Best Chamber Music Recording 2005" for his recording of the Schumann Violin Sonata in A minor and other chamber music works with an all-star cast including Martha Argerich, Maxim Vengerov, Lilya Zilberstein, and Gabriela Montero on EMI Classics recorded in 2004. In 2003, he released his first EMI Classics recording performing traditional Hungarian Gypsy music with his ensemble "The 5 DeVils". Known for his passionate and fiery interpretations of classical, jazz, and Hungarian gypsy music, he first made his public debut at the age of 9 on Austrian Television "ORF". Since then, he has performed with the National Hungarian Orchestra of Budapest and performed in Argentina, France, Germany, Spain, Japan, Italy, and the USA. As a guest soloist, he has been invited to perform with the major orchestras and ensembles throughout the world including the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France with Myung-Whun Chung, NHK Orchestra in Tokyo with Charles Dutoit, and the Kremerata Baltica with Gidon Kremer. His regular chamber music partners include Martha ...
Geza Hosszu Legocky & Martha Argerich (Schumann) Part 1
Geza Hosszu Legocky & Martha Argerich (Schumann) Part 1 Robert Schumann Sonate No.1 for vn and pno in a, Op.105: Mit leidenschaftlichem Ausdruck. Live from the Progetto Argerich - Lugano 2004. Biography Praised by musicians, audiences, and music critics as a rising "tour de force" in the classical music scene, Géza Hosszu-Legocky's critical acclaim culminated with the nomination of two Grammy® Awards, including the "Best Classical Music Album 2005" and "Best Chamber Music Recording 2005" for his recording of the Schumann Violin Sonata in A minor and other chamber music works with an all-star cast including Martha Argerich, Maxim Vengerov, Lilya Zilberstein, and Gabriela Montero on EMI Classics recorded in 2004. In 2003, he released his first EMI Classics recording performing traditional Hungarian Gypsy music with his ensemble "The 5 DeVils". Known for his passionate and fiery interpretations of classical, jazz, and Hungarian gypsy music, he first made his public debut at the age of 9 on Austrian Television "ORF". Since then, he has performed with the National Hungarian Orchestra of Budapest and performed in Argentina, France, Germany, Spain, Japan, Italy, and the USA. As a guest soloist, he has been invited to perform with the major orchestras and ensembles throughout the world including the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France with Myung-Whun Chung, NHK Orchestra in Tokyo with Charles Dutoit, and the Kremerata Baltica with Gidon Kremer. His regular chamber music partners include Martha Argerich, Gautier Capucon, Renaud...
Jules Massenet / Thais / Meditation
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Geza Hosszu Legocky plays, Wieniawsky's Faust Fantasy Part 1
Geza Hosszu Legocky plays, Wieniawsky's Faust Fantasy Part 1 Henryk Wieniawsky: Fantaisie brillante on themes from Gounod's 'Faust', Op. 20 Recorded in Bern (Switzerland) 2000 Biography Praised by musicians, audiences, and music critics as a rising "tour de force" in the classical music scene, Géza Hosszu-Legocky's critical acclaim culminated with the nomination of two Grammy® Awards, including the "Best Classical Music Album 2005" and "Best Chamber Music Recording 2005" for his recording of the Schumann Violin Sonata in A minor and other chamber music works with an all-star cast including Martha Argerich, Maxim Vengerov, Lilya Zilberstein, and Gabriela Montero on EMI Classics recorded in 2004. In 2003, he released his first EMI Classics recording performing traditional Hungarian Gypsy music with his ensemble "The 5 DeVils". Known for his passionate and fiery interpretations of classical, jazz, and Hungarian gypsy music, he first made his public debut at the age of 9 on Austrian Television "ORF". Since then, he has performed with the National Hungarian Orchestra of Budapest and performed in Argentina, France, Germany, Spain, Japan, Italy, and the USA. As a guest soloist, he has been invited to perform with the major orchestras and ensembles throughout the world including the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France with Myung-Whun Chung, NHK Orchestra in Tokyo with Charles Dutoit, and the Kremerata Baltica with Gidon Kremer. His regular chamber music partners include Martha Argerich, Gautier Capucon, Renaud Capucon, Nelson Freire ...
Geza Hosszu Legocky & Martha Argerich (Kreisler - Liebesleid
Geza Hosszu Legocky & Martha Argerich (Kreisler - Liebesleid Fritz Kreisler: Liebesleid for Violin and Piano Geza Hosszu Legocky and Martha Argerich Live from the International Ruhr Festival.Dortmund (Germany) 2005Biography Praised by musicians, audiences, and music critics as a rising "tour de force" in the classical music scene, Géza Hosszu-Legocky's critical acclaim culminated with the nomination of two Grammy® Awards, including the "Best Classical Music Album 2005" and "Best Chamber Music Recording 2005" for his recording of the Schumann Violin Sonata in A minor and other chamber music works with an all-star cast including Martha Argerich, Maxim Vengerov, Lilya Zilberstein, and Gabriela Montero on EMI Classics recorded in 2004. In 2003, he released his first EMI Classics recording performing traditional Hungarian Gypsy music with his ensemble "The 5 DeVils". Known for his passionate and fiery interpretations of classical, jazz, and Hungarian gypsy music, he first made his public debut at the age of 9 on Austrian Television "ORF". Since then, he has performed with the National Hungarian Orchestra of Budapest and performed in Argentina, France, Germany, Spain, Japan, Italy, and the USA. As a guest soloist, he has been invited to perform with the major orchestras and ensembles throughout the world including the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France with Myung-Whun Chung, NHK Orchestra in Tokyo with Charles Dutoit, and the Kremerata Baltica with Gidon Kremer. His regular chamber music partners include Martha Argerich, Gautier ...
Liszt-Piano concertos 1 & 2/ Pennario / Leibowitz/ London Symphony 1
Liszt-Piano concertos 1 & 2/ Pennario / Leibowitz/ London Symphony 1 Rare. Rene Leibowitz conducts the London Symphony Orchestra Leonard Pennario, piano 1963 Leonard Pennario, America's Greatest Pianist. Rene Leibowitz (1913-1972) was born in Warsaw but moved to Paris in his teens and there began a long, illustrious conducting career. Particularly interested in contemporary music, he studied with Webern and Schoenberg and wrote a detailed analysis of twelve-tone music. A keen ear for instrumental coloration (Ravel was his orchestration teacher) was evident in his kaleidoscopic transcriptions of such works as Bach's Passacaglia and Fugue in C (for double orchestra!). But he is best known for his often highly personal renditions of many staples of the Classical and Romantic repertoire. Leonard Pennario (July 9, 1924 - June 27, 2008) was an American classical pianist. He was born in Buffalo, New York, and grew up in Los Angeles, remaining there for his entire career. He first came to notice when he performed Edvard Grieg's Piano Concerto at age 12, with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. The scheduled performer had fallen ill, Pennario's piano playing had come to the attention of the conductor Eugene Goossens, who recommended him as the soloist after being assured by Pennario that he knew the work. In fact, he had never seen the music or even heard it, but he learned it in a week. He studied with Isabelle Vengerova and Olga Steeb and attended the University of Southern California, where he studied composition with Ernst Toch. World War II ...
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