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Pianist Patricia LaLiberte plays Beethoven, Schumann & Kadosa flac album Title: Pianist Patricia LaLiberte plays Beethoven, Schumann & Kadosa
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Claudio Arrau plays Beethoven Sonate No. 23, Schumann Fantasia, Liszt Gnomenreigen. Glenn Gould Remastered: The Complete Columbia Album Collection. Pianist Patricia LaLiberte plays Beethoven, Schumann & Kadosa. Upper Room, Upperroom Records.

Album · 2012 · 13 Songs. By Ludwig van Beethoven & Ludwig van Beethoven. 13 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes. Released: 20 Jan 2012. More By Adrian Aeschbacher.

French pianist Philippe Bianconi selected poetic and technically challenging works for this program, including Beethoven's famous "Pastorale" Sonata, which expresses human emotions towards nature.

Sviatoslav Richter Plays Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann.

Miss Liston, a pianist from Los Angeles, did not have, for example, the transcendental technique or structural insight to give Beethoven's ''Waldstein'' Sonata much more than a bas ic studentish competence. But there were many moments during the Schumann work when rhythmic and digital difficulties became irrelevant. Miss Liston did not reveal all there was to be heard, but her cantabile approach and sense of character made a touching sequence, for example, of the entreating child in ''Bittendes Kind'' and the perfect happiness of ''Gluckes genug.

As composer-pianists, Beethoven, Schumann, and Prokofiev took full advantage of their intimate knowledge of their instrument when creating the works on this concert program. Beethoven’s Andante favori first saw daylight as the original slow movement of the Waldstein Sonata, but was published separately on the advice of a friend. Daniil Trifonov appears courtesy of Deutsche Grammophon.

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF). Formats & Prices. His performance of Beethoven’s ‘Emperor’ Concerto was broadcast and three days later he played Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor Op. 23 whilst a week later, the Schumann Piano Concerto in A minor Op. 54 followed. In 1945 Argenta joined the Spanish Orquesta Nacional as orchestral pianist; in 1946 he founded the Madrid Orquesta de Cámara, and in 1947 he became chief conductor of the Orquesta Nacional. For the next decade he was Spain's leading conductor, founding festivals in Santander and Granada. He also performed in Geneva, Paris, Vienna and Argentina.

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