Byron Janis's silvery tone and delicacy of touch (he had a remarkably nuanced range of dynamics) make him an exemplary interpreter of Chopin, a composer for whom Janis has a special fondness. This excellent four-CD compilation of concerto (mostly) recordings originally made for the Decca label in the 1960s points up a curious anomaly in Janis's career: he didn't record either of the Chopin concertos. Legendary Concerto Recordings. The Brilliance of this Master pianist' playing left me breathless. The timing with the orchestra.
Chopin: Simply the Best. Bach: Goldberg Variations. elson Freire, Artu. iszt: The Piano Concerto. lfred Cortot. Schumann: Piano Concerto. mil Gilels, Zubin Mehta. Tchaikovsky: Pian. aurizio Pollini. Debussy: Preludes II; E. iccardo Chailly, Nelso. eethoven: Concerto No. 5.
Byron Janis (born March 24, 1928) is an American classical pianist. He made several recordings for RCA Victor and Mercury Records, and occupies two volumes of the Philips series Great Pianists of the 20th Century. His discography covers repertoire from Bach to David W. Guion and includes major piano concertos from Mozart to Rachmaninoff and Liszt to Prokofiev.
Byron Janis lets you hear Chopi. is interpretation is enough for our happiness until the end of time. The others cannot compare. The Journal of Geneva and Gazette of Lausanne. Byron Janis – the extraordinary pianist whom the Russians, including composer Dimitri Kabalevsky, labeled, 'the American Richter'.
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Recitals: True Romantic. 3 May 1999 · 11 tracks. Prokofiev: Piano Concerto N., Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto N. The Legendary Concerto Recordings. 9 Aug 2010 · 45 tracks. Byron Janis: Early Recordings. Great Pianists of the 20th Century, Volume 51: Byron Janis II. 4 listeners.