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from notes by Jeffrey Kallberg © 2011
extrait des notes rédigées par Jeffrey Kallberg © 2011
aus dem Begleittext von Jeffrey Kallberg © 2011
Deutsch: Viola Scheffel
|Myra Hess – Live recordings from the University of Illinois, 1949|
Two complete recitals recorded at Illinois University on 17 and 18 March 1949 and some bonus recordings originally broadcast on 7 March 1937. Almost all the works included in this programme are new additions to the Myra Hess discography.» More
|Arthur de Greef – Solo and concerto recordings|
Belgian pianist Arthur de Greef studied with Franz Liszt and also became a close friend of Grieg, who strongly admired his playing. He was a mainstay of the HMV catalogue in the 1920s and this set brings together for the first time his complete re ...» More
|Alexander Brailowsky – The 1938 London Recordings|
'This will be a revelation to those who remember Brailowsky from his post-war recordings … here preserved in excellent transfers, he shows himsel ...» More
Renowned pianist Artur Pizarro releases his third disc for Linn Records which follows on from the success of his two Beethoven Sonatas discs and his recordings of Chopin piano music.» More
|Chopin: The Complete Waltzes|
|Chopin: The Complete Works|
Since his triumph as winner of the 1970 Chopin International Piano Competition, Garrick Ohlsson has established himself worldwide as a musician of magisterial interpretive and technical prowess. This monumental recording project—first instigated by t ...» More
|Vassily Sapellnikoff & Xaver Scharwenka – The complete recordings|
Vassily Sapellnikoff (1868–1941) and Xaver Scharwenka (1850–1924) were among the earliest generation of pianists to record, and on this ground alone it is surprising that their complete recordings have never before been transferred for modern list ...» More