Russischer March - Various - New Years Concerto (CD)

Download Russischer March - Various - New Years Concerto (CD)
Label: Eclecti - PA1308 • Format: CD Compilation, Promo • Country: Belgium • Genre: Classical • Style: Classical, Neo-Classical


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  1. The Russischer Marsch, one of Johann Strauss's 'characteristic marches', belongs to that group of new compositions with which the Viennese maestro charmed au.
  2. Find release reviews and credits for Russian Piano Concertos - Various Artists on AllMusic - (CD - Brilliant Classics #) Overview Piano Concerto .
  3. This march, while hardly sounding authentically Russian, does manage to convey a sense of that ethnic musical style in its catchy theme and colorful orchestration. Russicher opens with a brief introduction, after which follows the lively march theme, a hardy, boisterous creation that conjures images of colorful Russian dances and costumes.
  4. recorded March 14, in Leningrad. to recorded July 29, in Moscow. to recorded February 7/8, in Moscow. recorded live March 24, in Kharkov. recorded live March 19, in Vilnius. recorded recorded live without any overdubs January recorded live March in London/5(11).
  5. Concerto No. 1 for Piano and String Orchestra in G major () Alexei Nasedkin (piano)/Nikolai Rakov/Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra Strings (+ Piano Concerto No. 2 and Haydn: Piano Concerto in D) MELODIYA 33S (LP) () Concerto No. 2 for Piano and String Orchestra in C major ().
  6. CD 5: The Schumann Concerto with Georgescu is from around the same time as his Rowicki recording on DG. This was Richter's favourite Concerto, and it shows. The playing is exceptionally poetic, even more so than in his two studio recordings (the one with Matacic on EMI is harder-hitting than the Rowicki, but still excellent for different reasons)/5(5).
  7. Klavierkonzert auf CD 9, von Jewgeni Kissin unter Wladimir Fedosejew live in Moskau aufgenommen!), Kabalewski, Bortkiewicz, der in Wien gestorben ist und am Zentralfriedhof in einem Ehrengrab begraben liegt, komponierte sein auf CD 15 hörbares 2. Klavierkonzert für die linke Hand für Paul Wittgenstein/5(25).
  8. This fascinating survey of the Russian (and Polish!) piano concerto in 15 CDs includes the masterworks of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov – beloved examples at the pinnacle of both Russian music and the piano concerto genre – along with more- and lesser-known yet all eminently worthy works by composers from both Imperial and Soviet Russia and those by .

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