3. Nun freut euch, lieben Christen, transcription for piano (after J. S. Bach, BWV 734; Ten Chorale Preludes No. 4), KiV B27/4. 4. Écossaisen, concert arrangements (3) for piano (after Beethoven, WoO 83), KiV B47. Ferruccio Busoni. 5. Prelude for piano No. 7 in A major, Op. 28/7, CT. 172.
Piano – Egon Petri (tracks: 13, 14), Ferruccio Busoni (tracks: 1 to 10), Rosamond Ley (tracks: 11, 12). Transferred By – Studio FS Roma. Liner notes in English Total playing time: 71'51" Made in the . Recordings: Tracks 1-10 - London on February 27, 1922 Track 11 - Oct. 23, 1942 Track 12 - Dec. 18, 1942 Track 13 - Nov. 23, 1936 Track 14 - June 22, 1932.
His international career and reputation led him to work closely with many of the leading musicians, artists and literary figures of his time, and he was a sought-after keyboard instructor and a teacher of composition. From an early age, Busoni was an outstanding if sometimes controversial pianist.
Busoni and His Legacy: Piano Recordings by Busoni, Ley, Petri Chopin, Bach, Alkan and others Ferruccio Busoni Piano: Bach, Liszt, Chopin, Beethoven. Bach-Busoni: Chorale Prelude Nun freut euch, lieben Christen, BWV 734, transcribed for piano. Ferruccio Busoni (Piano). Arbiter Symposium Melodiya M10-43479-80. CD, tt: 71:40 CD, tt: 73:58 lp, tt: Recorded in London, England. 3. The Great Female Pianists: Vol. 1 - Masters of the Piano Roll Series.
Album · 2014 · 14 Songs. By Ferruccio Busoni & Ludwig van Beethoven - Ferruccio Busoni. Prelude Op. 28, No. 7 in A Major. By Frédéric Chopin - Ferruccio Busoni. 6. Etude Op. 10, No. 5 in G-Flat Major. 7. Nocturne Op. 15, No. 2 in F-Sharp Major. 8. 25, No. 5 in E Major. 9. 5 in G-Flat Major (2). 10. Hungarian Rhapsody No. 13. By Franz Liszt - Ferruccio Busoni. By Ferruccio Busoni - Egon Petri, Hans Rosbaud & Frankfurt Radio Orchestra. Bach: Piano Transcriptions, Vol. 1 – Ferruccio Busoni.
Ferruccio Busoni composed his Concerto for Piano and String Quartet in D minor, Op. 17, BV 80, in 1878, at the age of twelve. The original title was Concerto per piano-forte con accompagnamento di quartetto ad arco, Op. 17. Conceived for string quartet, the piano can also be accompanied by a string orchestra as Concerto for Piano and Strings, the title under which it was published in 1987. Die Brautwahl (The Bridal Choice) is a "comic-fantastic" opera in three acts and an epilogue by Ferruccio Busoni. 44 (BV 264), is a fantasy for piano and orchestra by Ferruccio Busoni. Composed in 1913/14, it was first performed in Berlin in March 1914, with the composer as soloist. The piece is based on several melodies and rhythms from various American Indian tribes; Busoni had received them from American ethnomusicologist Natalie Curtis Burlin.
Contributing to international pianism since 1949. Bolzano Festival Bozen. The excellence of the city’s music festivals. Ferruccio Busoni – Pianist, Composer, Intellectual. Friends of the Competition.
Ferruccio Busoni discography (as pianist). This article lists acoustic recordings made for Columbia by Ferruccio Busoni. The published recordings were issued on 78-rpm records. It is believed that the original matrices were destroyed in a fire at the Columbia factory in England in the 1920s. Fortunately, copies of the original 78s still exist, and the recordings have been transferred to LP and CD. Some of the digital copies have been computer enhanced.