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Svyatoslav Richter, Haydn, Schumann, Chopin - Concert From The Great Hall Of The Moscow Conservatorium May 30, 1949 mp3 download Performer: Svyatoslav Richter
Album: Concert From The Great Hall Of The Moscow Conservatorium May 30, 1949
Released: 2011
Style: Classical, Romantic
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I don't know of another Richter Schumann Sonata No 2. I have hundreds of his recordings, and perhaps I do have it, but he was a great Schumann player, like Gieseking, and his rendition of this piece, which is huge and episodic, of course, is marvelous. His Haydn is exemplary, and he had a knack with it, more than with Mozart, so that, except for the incomparable violin sonatas he played with Oleg Kagan, his contribution to this period of music is really confined to his Haydn playing, which, as is Haydn, fresh, imaginative, and idiosyncratic. He would have been just over 30 when this concert of 30 May 1948 took place in The Great Hall in Moscow. His playing of these gigantic warhorses astonishes. He's having such fun unleashing that superhuman power he had in those days. He was a great musician.

Listen to online Sviatoslav Richter, Joseph Haydn, Robert Schumann, Frédéric Chopin - Concert From The Great Hall Of The Moscow Conservatorium May 30, 1949, or download mp3 tracks: Sonata N. 2 In E-Flat, Ho. VI:52 (O. 2 N. ), Piano Sonata N. In G Minor, O., Scherzo N. In B Flat Minor, O. 1, Mazurka N. 0 In D Flat, O. 0 N., Nocturne In B Flat Minor, O. N., Waltz N. 3 In D Flat, O., Mazurka N. 5 In C, O. 4 N., Etude N. In C, O. 2 In C Minor, O. 2 . All materials are provided for educational purposes.

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Recorded At – Grand Hall Of The Moscow Conservatoire. Remastered At – Vista Vera. Manufactured By – ЗАО Инновационные Технологии. Cover – V. Bogomasov. Restoration: Vista Vera, 2012. Cover: . ichter, 1944. From the Victor Zelenin’s collection). Matrix, Runout: VVCD-00242. Mould SID Code: IFPI ALM02.

Haydn, Schubert, Schumann, Sviatoslav Richter. Label : Venezia Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Full. Tracklist : CD 1 : Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809) Piano Sonata in C minor Ho. VI: 20 1960 live recording in Moscow. Piano Sonata in E flat major Ho. VI: 52 May 30, 1949, recorded live at the Moscow Conservatory Great Hall. CD 2 : Franz Schubert (1797 – 1808) Piano Sonata No. 6 in E minor . 66 May 3, 1978, recorded live in Moscow. CD 9 : Robert Schumann (1810 – 1856) Piano Sonata No. 2 in G minor o. 2 May 30, 1949, recorded live at the Moscow Conservatory Great Hall. Faschingsschwank aus Wien, O. 6 October 10, 1976, live in Moscow. Four fugue o. 2 December 13, 1985, live in Moscow.

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Redirected from Svyatoslav Richter). Sviatoslav Teofilovich Richter (Russian: Святосла́в Теофи́лович Ри́хтер, tr. Sviatosláv Teofílovich Ríkhter, IPA: ; March 20 1915 – August 1, 1997) was a Soviet pianist of Russian-German origin, who is generally regarded as one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century.

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Sonata No.62 In E-Flat, Hob.XVI:52 (Op.82 No.1)
Composed By – J.Haydn*
1 1. Allegro Moderato 7:56
2 2. Adagio 5:47
3 3. Finale. Presto 5:09
Piano Sonata No.2 In G Minor, Op.22 No.1
Composed By – R. Schumann*
4 1. Presto (So Rasch Wie Moglich) 5:23
5 2. Andantino (Getragen) 4:02
6 3. Scherzo (Sehr Rasch Und Markiert) 1:31
7 4. Rondo (Presto Passionato) 4:41
8 Scherzo No.2 In B Flat Minor, Op.31
Composed By – F. Chopin*
9:04
9 Mazurka No.20 In D Flat, Op.30 No.3
Composed By – F. Chopin*
2:09
10 Nocturne In B Flat Minor, Op.9 No.1
Composed By – F. Chopin*
6:25
11 Waltz No.13 In D Flat, Op.70 No.3
Composed By – F. Chopin*
2:51
12 Mazurka No.15 In C, Op.24 No.2
Composed By – F. Chopin*
2:20
13 Etude No.1 In C, Op.10 No.1
Composed By – F. Chopin*
2:12
14 Etude No.12 In C Minor, Op.10 No.12 ("Revolutionary")
Composed By – F. Chopin*
2:27
15 Ballade No.4 In F Minor, Op.52
Composed By – F. Chopin*
10:39
16 Etude No.3 In E Major, Op.10 No.3
Composed By – F. Chopin*
4:32

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Grand Hall Of The Moscow Conservatoire
  • Pressed By – ЗАО «Инновационные Технологии»

Credits

  • Design – А. Розанцев
  • Edited By – М. Никифоров
  • Piano – Svyatoslav Richter*

Notes

Recorded live on 30th May, 1949
First Publication
24 Bit remastering
Total playing time: 77:08

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