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Legendary Treasures - Sviatoslav Richter Archives, Vol. 2 - Chopin Recitals 1954-1977. Richter Archives, Vol. 2: Chopin Recitals 1954-1977 (Live).
Sviatoslav Richter USSR State Symphony Orhestra, Evgeny Svetlanov. Vol. 6. Franz Schubert Sonata in C minor D958. Felix Mendelssohn Songs Without Words O. 9 No.,2,3,5 & 6. Frédéric Chopin Nocturne in B bemol minor O. 9 n. Claude Debussy Images Book 1, No. -3 Hommage a Haydn L’isle Joyeuse. 7. Robert Schumann Noveletten in F, O. 1 n. – Markirt und Kraftig Noveletten in D, O. – Ausserst rasch und Bravour Fantasie in C major, O. Clara Schumann Er ist gekommen in Sturm und Regen, O. 7 n. Mit Myrten und Rosen, O. 4 n.
By Frédéric Chopin, Sviatoslav Richter. More Frédéric Chopin. Listen to Richter Archives, Vol. 2: Chopin Recitals 1954-1977 (Live) now. 2: Chopin Recitals 1954-1977 (Live) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Sviatoslav Teofilovich Richter (Russian: Святосла́в Теофи́лович Ри́хтер, tr. Sviatosláv Teofílovich Ríkhter, IPA: ; March 20 1915 – August 1, 1997) was a Soviet pianist of Russian-German origin, who is generally regarded as one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century. He is known for the "depth of his interpretations, his virtuoso technique, and his vast repertoire.
Chopin on Period Instruments Vol. 1. Chopin: 24 Préludes & Polonaise-Fantaisie. A Chopin Diary (Complete Nocturnes). Chopin Recital, Vol. 3. Chopin by the Sea. Chopin: Piano Concertos N. & N. Chopin: Piano Concertos, Opp. 11 & 21. Chopin: Waltzes. Chopin: Works For Piano & Orchestra.
Calling all Richter fans: this Doremi two-disc set features performances that are for the most part new to the Richter discography and includes several works that are altogether new to the Richter repertoire. The core is the Soviet titan's complete April 15, 1965, Carnegie Hall concert. Though the sound is raw and the audience takes too long settling down, the performances themselves are stunning. Richter's opening Schubert B major Sonata, D. 575, is delightfully lyrical but touchingly poetic. His climactic group of Chopin's Scherzos is fabulously virtuosic but flamboyantly reckless, taking chances with double octaves at velocities that few other pianists would dare. The closing works, Ravel's Oiseaux tristes and three short pieces by Rachmaninov, are marvels of musicianship and expressivity. SVIATOSLAV RICHTER Archives Vol. 15 Doremi 2 CDs DHR7940-41.