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Moderato Assai - Anton Rubinstein - Oscar Levant / Mitropoulos* - Piano Concerto No 4 In D Minor (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jan 01,  · In what Anton Rubinstein's Piano Concerto No 4 Op. 70, I must recall a fabulous version made by Oscar Levant conducted by Mitropoulos. But in this case Ponti placed all wood on the grill. Inspired fingering, thundering attacks, fevered phrasing and /5(7).
  2. In the standard repertoire (Beethoven's Piano Concertos No. 3 & 4 with Arrau and Casadesus, both from , Dvorak's Cello Concerto with Piatigorsky from the year before, the famous Brahms' Double Concerto with Heifetz and Feuermann - only the second recording ever of the piece, by the way, after Thibaud-Casals-Cortot conducting in /5(2).
  3. Allegro assai. Fast first movement of Sonatina in F, arranged as a duo for oboe and bassoon. By Ludwig van Beethoven: Sheet music for: Oboe Bassoon Wind Ensemble classical sheet music digital download.
  4. Much of Rubinstein's output was quite popular in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, even rivaling the appeal of Tchaikovsky's works. He preceded Tchaikovsky in the cosmopolitan (as opposed to nationalist) space in Russian music of his time, but infused that space with nowhere near Tchaikovsky's passion. His reputation faded by the middle of the twentieth century, but this D.
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  6. Apr 20,  · Get a free MP3 of Anton Rubinstein - Symphony No. 2 'Ocean': I. Moderato assai, performed by Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra. And don't forget to sign up for the new Daily Download newsletter so you never miss a free MP3!
  7. The Anton Rubinstein d minor Concerto (rec. ) has proved a colorful masterwork for several noted virtuosos, among whom number Sergei Rachmaninov, Josef Hofmann, Raymond Lewenthal, and Oscar Levant.
  8. Apr 26,  · Berg's Violin Concerto () is considered by many the most accessible and emotionally engaging piece of music in the atonal idiom. His last completed work, the concerto was written as a memorial "to an angel" upon the premature death of Alma Mahler's daughter Manon Gropius.

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