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Third Movement: Andante - Horowitz*, Scriabin* - Sonata No. 3, Op. 23 / 16 Preludes (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Kissin plays Scriabin's Five Preludes Op. 15 with plenty of poetry and a light, fluid touch that's just right for these Chopinesque miniatures. His rhythmic freedom in the opening movement of the Third sonata may raise a few eyebrows, but it goes a long way toward breaking up the music's potential rhythmic monotony and repetitiveness.
  2. In this era, any large-scale piano works required several 78s were carefully selected because the 78s set would have a high price, but Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No.3, and Liszt Piano Sonata (Picture No.3) were recorded by Horowitz Regarding the former, Horowitz made its very first recording of this work even before Rachmaninov, the composer.
  3. I Sonata No. 2 (Sonata-Fantasy), in G-sharp Minor, Op. 19 () () \ SVBX (VS ) Side 2 min. Recorded with Dolby S/N Stretcher Sonata No. 5, Op. 53 () () Michael Ponti, Pianist SCRIABIN PIANO SONATAS, VOL. I Sonata No. 3 in F-sharp Minor, Op. 23 () () SVBX (VS 39M) Side 3 min. Recorded with.
  4. PROKOFIEV: Concerto No. 3 in C Major for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 26 Robin Hood Dell Orchestra of Philadelphia Dimitri Mitropoulos, pianist and conductor I. Andante; Allegro II. Andantino III. Allegro ma non troppo Columbia 78rpm Set MM (XCO - ) Recorded July 26, Digital transfer by F. Reeder [Improved transfer - 2/
  5. Sep 16,  · I believe this was actually the norm. The Beethoven Edition and the Bach Edition (on Archiv) also go for the “one conductor or one performer per series of works” approach. These were the big boxes of the LP era. The Beethoven edition even contained two sets of symphonies, one by Karajan, and one by Karl Böhm (the latter came out a bit later, in , but was marketed as part of.
  6. Sonata for Piano no 3 in F minor, Op. 14 "Concert sans orchestre": 4th movement, Quasi variazioni by Robert Schumann Performer: Vladimir Horowitz (Piano) Period: Romantic Written: ; Germany Date of Recording: Length: 8 Minutes 14 Secs. Notes: The 4th movement from Sonata No. 3 "Quasi variazioni" is sometimes referred to as the "Clara Wieck Variations" being based on an .
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sonata No. 3, Op. 23 / 16 Preludes on Discogs.4/5(8).
  8. Horowitz uses less sustaining pedal than is customary in these works (as in the stunning Etude in Thirds, Op. 8, No. 10), although one would never think of calling Horowitz's Scriabin "dry." In the later, more mystical works, he uses slightly more pedal, but never drowns the work in sustaining syrup as all too many pianists do/5(16).

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