21 by Rudolf Firkusny on Deezer. Rudolf Firkušný spielt: Ludwig van Beethoven: Waldsteinsonate, Nr. 21. Rudolf Firkusny. Waldsteinsonate, Nr. 21 C Major, op.
Piano – Rudolf Firkušný. Beethoven - Rudolf Firkusny - Sonata No. 14 In C Sharp Minor "Moonlight", Sonata No. 8 In C Minor "Pathétique" (LP, Mono).
The Art of Rudolf Firkusny, Vol. 2. B&N 2439.
Dvorak, Firkusny, Kubelik, Shostakovich. Label : Supraphon Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Continue reading →. Advertisements. Dvorak – Piano Concerto – Firkusny. Posted by Thang Nguyen in Pristine. Dvorak, Firkusny, Szell. Birgit Nilsson, Cherkassky, Firkusny, Geza Anda, Giulini, Horszowski, Jacqueline du Pré, Janet Baker, Kertész, Kurt Sanderling, Nikolayeva, Paul Tortelier, Rostropovich, Rozhdestvensky, Rudolf Serkin, Sargent, Schmidt-Isserstedt, Solti, Sviatoslav Richter, Tennstedt. BBC 42282 – T. Nikolayeva. BBC 42292 – I. Kertész.
The album collects unreleased music from throughout the band's history from 1968 until 1976, and both the band's major singers (Damo Suzuki and Malcolm Mooney) are featured.
The world virtuoso Evgeny Kissin will perform Beethoven’s pieces; Marc-André Hamelin's recital will include works by various composers. For the first time, Beatrice Dana will attend the event – playing Chopin, Albéniz and Stravinski; Jan Bartoš was selected to represent domestic artists. Jazz lovers can look forward to Aaron Diehl Trio.
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Rudolf Firkusny (Czech: Rudolf Firkušný, IPA: ) (11 February 1912-19 July 1994) was a Czech-American pianist with an elegant style. Born in Moravian Napajedla, Firkušný started his musical studies with the composers Leoš Janáček and Josef Suk, and the pianist Vilém Kurz. Later he studied with Alfred Cortot and Artur Schnabel. He began performing on the continent of Europe in the 1920s, and made his debuts in London in 1933 and New York in 1938.