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Italian Concerto In F, BWV 971. Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach. Piano – Sviatoslav Richter.

Sviatoslav Richter - piano Label : Parnassus Format : Flac Cover : Ye. Vol. 4 – Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Scriabin, Beethoven, Bartók (with Abendroth). 5 – Schubert, Debussy, Szymanowski, Mozart, Liszt, Schumann. 6 – Borodin, Lyadov, Glazunov, Rachmaninoff, Scriabin, Prokofiev, Schubert, Liszt, Chopin. Sviatoslav Richter – piano. Label : Parnassus Format : Flac Cover : Yes. Advertisements.

Schubert: Moments Musical; Chopin: Etudes; Bartok: Hungarian Peasant Songs. Sviatoslav Richter Archives, Vol. 24: Bach, Beethoven - Live Performances. ) Sviatoslav Richter Plays Scriabin, Debussy, Prokofiev. ) Prokofiev: Piano Sonatas O. 4, 82, 103.

Sviatoslav Richter - Great Pianists of the 20th Century, Vol. 82. Franz Liszt. Richter plays Prokofiev. Richter, as his fellow student and friend Emil Gilels, had special authority in Prokofiev. He had premiered the composer's 6th Sonata and though Gilels gave the first performance of the 8th, Richter took it on immediately. Richter had always a special knack with the music of Debussy and Ravel. His sense of atmosphere and subtlety of touch was ideally suited to the French impressionists. An older generation of music lovers may remember a mesmerizing concert of Preludes book II on Turnabout (from Spoleto, July 14 1967), which began with a bell tolling noon (well, maybe it was eleven), and the pianist's footsteps on a wooden platform.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011. Richter Archive VO. Doremi 1CD. The Romantic Piano by Barenboim. Abbado (9) ABQ (1) Accardo (1) Aimard (1) Alan Hacker (1) Alte Musik Berlin (1) Ancerl (1) Annie Fischer (2) Ansermet (3) Antonio Vivaldi (1) Argenta (1) Argerich (10) Arrau (3) Ashkenazy (6) Astrid Varnay (1) Auclair (1) Australian Chamber Orchestra (1) Ax (1) Backhaus (2) Badura-Skoda (1) Barbirolli (2) Barenboim (9) Bartok (3) Baumann (1) Beaux Arts Trio (1) Beecham (1).

Sviatoslav Richter's name appears at the head of virtually everyone's shortlist of great pianists. The legend commenced, then gathered force, during the Fifties, when it was rumoured that there was a pianist in Russia who caused even such formidable colleagues as Emil Gilels to exclaim in awe and amazement. Debussy was another speciality. Not since Gieseking had anyone penetrated so acutely or completely to the very heart of the Debussian world. More audaciously, his London visit in 1989 included a programme of music by Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Bartok, Webern, Szymanowski and Hindemith, played with a blazing, propagandist zeal for some great but neglected corners of the repertoire. Personally, this particular recital (complete with interval champagne and a whimsical request for "carriages" at 1. 0 pm) will always remain among my most dearly cherished musical memories.

Richter's only performance as conductor was in music of Prokofiev, the premiere of his Sinfonia concertante for cello and orchestra. And although, as with all composers, Richter played only the music of Prokofiev he felt closest to, there was a great deal of this music, including the First and Fifth Piano Concertos and the Second, Fourth and Sixth through Ninth Piano Sonatas. From the notes: "This volume includes two major Piano Sonatas by Sergei Prokofiev, a composer Richter knew well. Richter's only performance as conductor was in music of Prokofiev, the premiere of his Sinfonia concertante for cello and orchestra.

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1 15 Hungarian Peasant Songs, Sz. 71
Composed By – Bela Bartók*
15:07
Piano Sonata No. 6 In A, Op. 82
Composed By – Sergei Prokofiev
2 1. Allegro Moderato 8:24
3 2. Allegretto 3:44
4 3. Tempo Di Valze Lentissimo 6:47
5 4. Vivace 7:06
6 Gavotte (From "Cinderella"), Op. 95 No. 2
Composed By – Sergei Prokofiev
2:28
7 "La Dance Du Puck" (No. 11 From Preludes, Book 2)
Composed By – Claude Debussy
2:17
8 "Ende Vom Lied" (No. 8 From Fantasiestück, Op. 12)
Composed By – Robert Schumann
5:12
Italian Concerto In F, BWV 971
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
9 1. [Vivo] 3:30
10 2. Andante 4:39
11 3. Presto 3:21

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  • Recorded At – Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

Credits

  • Piano – Sviatoslav Richter

Notes

Total Time: 1:03:03

Recorded:
during 1948 in Moscow (tracks 9 to 11)
on October 6th 1956 at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow (tracks 1 to 8)
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