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  1. MOZART: Concerto No. 20 in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra, K. (cadenzas by Reinicke) Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra Bruno Walter, piano and conductor I. Allegro II. Romanza III. Rondo: Prestissimo Victor 78rpm Album M ( - ) Recorded May 7, ; Musikvereinssaal Digital transfer by F. Reeder [Improved transfer - 2/17] Topics.
  2. W. A. Mozart* - Walter Gieseking - Complete Works For Piano Solo - Album I - Complete Edition ‎ (LP, Album, Mono, RE) Angel Records, Angel Records, Angel Records ANG. , , ANG. /5(1).
  3. Walter Klien n'a pas de chance. Alors qu'il a fait de quasi-intégrales de trois des géants les plus absolus de la musique pour Piano (Mozart, Schubert et Brahms), ses enregistrements sont à la fois relativement difficiles à trouver sur le marché et d'une qualité sonore inégale en considération de nos habitudes actuelles/5(8).
  4. The slow movement is even more revolutionary, despite the brevity of only 72 measures and its indebtedness to the middle, Romanza movement of Mozart's D minor Concerto (K. ), which Beethoven played publicly with outstanding success. However, in his own concerto, the juxtaposition of implacable strings playing both forte and staccato, and the.
  5. walter_mozart_symphony_leestahealmesinaravecemumabi.coinfo – GB Bruno Walter conducts the 38th (“Prague”) and the famous 40th symphonies of Mozart. A legend of the podium in his indian summer, conducting works he had learned from Gustav Mahler 60 years earlier.
  6. Dumpster diving for classical recordings since Beethoven: Complete Piano Sonatas (in 8 Volumes) MP3 Kb/s Artur SCHNABEL – Piano Vol. 1: Klaviersonaten Nr. 1 - 4 Nr. 1 op. recorded IV & IV Nr. 2 op. recorded leestahealmesinaravecemumabi.coinfo Nr. 3 op. recorded IV Nr. 4 op. 7: recorded XI This was the first complete recording of Beethoven’s piano .
  7. W.A. Mozart Complete Works for Solo Piano by Walter Gieseking. Allegro In B Flat Major, K Capriccio (Little Fantasy) In C Major, K Minuet And Trio In G Major, K Adagio For Harmonika In C Major, KEnd date: Feb 19,
  8. Mozart completed this work on February 10, , and played the first performance the next evening in Vienna. Scoring adds a flute and two trumpets to winds, horns, timpani, and strings. On February 11, , Leopold Mozart arrived in Vienna after a wintry, bone-rattling, coach journey from Salzburg -- his first visit to the capital in 12 years and his last.
  9. Incidentally, Gieseking uses Beethoven's short cadenza for the first movement. The problem with this recording is the sound quality. It is dim and fuzzy, similar to the Mozart Horn Concertos Karajan made with Dennis Brain in the same year/5(14).

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