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Sviatoslav Richter, Bach - Live In Grand Hall Of The Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory April 3, 1951 FLAC album

Part 1 Haydn - Piano Concerto in D major, Ho. VIII:11 1. Vivace 1983, Grand Hall of the Moscow Conservatory, Minsk Chamber Orchestra Conductor - Yuri Tsiruk.

1947 Получил диплом Московской консерватории.

1997 Скончался 1 августа 1997 года.

CD13 - Ivan Mozgovenko, clarinet (1) The Moscow Philharmonic Quartet (1): The Moscow Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra (13 - 17) Conductor Kirill Kondrashin (13 - 17) Live in Small Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory December 16, 1951 (1 - 12) Live in Grand Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory April 21, 1961 (13 - 17). CD14 - Live in Grand Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory January 14, 1952. CD15 - Live in Small Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory June 8, 1961. CD16 - Live in Grand Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory November 30, 1961. CD17 - Live in Grand. CD 4. BACH, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750) (author's arrangement of Sonata for Violin solo in A minor, BWV 1003). 1. 1 - 2 Prelude and Fugue No. 11 in F major, WTC 1, BWV 856.

The Moscow Conservatory, also officially Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory (Russian: Московская государственная консерватория им. П. И. Чайковского) is an educational music institution located in Moscow, Russia.

Tchaikovsky Hall enjoyed success from its very first days. At its opening, the State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR, led by Alexander Gauk and Konstantin Ivanov, performed and accompanied symphonic and vocal works by Tchaikovsky. Among the musicians who appeared during the hall’s first season were Nikolai Golovanov, Alexander Melik-Pashayev, Yevgeny Mravinsky, Natan Rakhlin, Konstantin Igumov, Vladimir Sofronitsky, Emil Gilels, Yakov Fliyer, Yakov Zak, David Oistrakh, Svyatoslav Knushevitsky, Maria Maksakova, Sergei Lemeshev and Ivan Kozlovsky. For generations of Muscovites, Tchaikovsky Hall has been a part of their very lives. In carrying out restoration work and improvement of the hall’s acoustics, the Moscow Philharmonic Society has paid its respects to the past and looks forward to the future – to the future of music and to the future of each and every listener.

Sviatoslav Richter Live at Carnegie Hall. The highlights, aside from the aforementioned famous Bach recordings, include the Schumann Symphonic Etudes, a fascinating performance that features some brutal Richterian eruptions that no one else could get away with; and all of the Rachmaninoff, which is uniformly spectacular. Although Richter's Beethoven could be a little too personal, the sonatas included here are excellent and don't suffer from an overdose of the pianist's occasionally hyperactive imagination. The Eroica Variations are musical and muscular, but tamer than Richter's 1968 recital reading (Richter plays.

Sviatoslav Richter ‎– Bach, Prokofiev. Label: Moscow Conservatory Records ‎– SMC CD 0050. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Grand Hall Of The Moscow Conservatoire. Artwork – Vladimir Kush. Previously Unreleased Recordings. Recorded live: March 6th 1957 (tracks 1 to 3) October 22nd, 1958 (tracks 4 to 8). Total time: 4. 2. Sponsored by BP. Issued in hardback-book style case and all contained in outer folder. Notes in English and Russian.

His reading of Rachmaninov's most popular concerto, captured in fine late-'50s stereo, is one of the most glorious ever recorded. Unfortunately, the accompanying Tchaikovsky is a dud. Karajan and Richter recorded this work together as a favor to a record-company executive, but they don't seem to be in sympathy. The conductor's excessive refinement holds the pianist back, and the result is much too restrained for the music. Largely self-taught, Richter was twenty-two when he entered the Moscow Conservatory where he studied with Heinrich Neuhaus. At his adult debut he played works by Prokofiev including the first performance of the Piano Sonata No. 6 Op.

Richter was known as a pianist of transcendent abilities, particularly adept at highlighting the nuances of different style. Sviatoslav Richter plays Schubert: Live in Moscow.

Album ∙ 2011 ∙ 12 Songs. ’Movements for Piano and Orchestra, I Tempo. NA. {"url":null,"pid":"j4N3cKCr","length":"158"}. ’Movements for Piano and Orchestra, II Tempo. Bach: Well Tempered Clavier (Books I & II, Complete) LIVE Innsbruck 1973. Instant Classical Culture. Rachmaninov, Richter & Gould : The Grand Piano Players. A Classical Vengence - Classical Masterpieces.

Sviatoslav Richter has 5,550 members  . Sviatoslav Richter plays Bach Concerto in G minor BWV 1058. Allegro (00:00) 2. Adagio (3:49) 3. Allegro (9:49) Student's Orchestra of the Moscow State Conservatory Yuri Nikolayevsky, conductor live, 1983. Brahms - Piano sonata n°2 - Richter Moscow 1959. Johannes Brahms Piano sonata n°2 o. I. Allegro non troppo, ma energico II. Andante con espressione III.

Tracklist

Preludes And Fugues From "Well-Tempered Clavier", Vol. I
1 No.11 In F Major, BWV 856 - Prelude 0:46
2 No.11 In F Major, BWV 856 - Fugue 1:13
3 No.12 In F Minor, BWV 857 - Prelude 1:58
4 No.12 In F Minor, BWV 857 - Fugue 5:07
Sonata In D Minor, BWV 964 (Author's Arrangement Of Sonata For Violin Solo In A Minor, BWV 1003)
5 1. Adagio 3:41
6 2. Fuga 5:24
7 3. Andante 4:25
8 4. Allegro 4:48
English Suite No.1 In A Major, BWV 806
9 1. Prelude 1:28
10 2. Allemande 3:55
11 3. Courante I. Courante II 3:24
12 5. Sarabande 4:06
13 6. Bourree I. Bourree II. Bourree I Da Capo 3:40
14 7. Gigue 2:12
English Suite No.6 In D Minor, BWV 811
15 1. Prelude 6:23
16 2. Allemande 2:49
17 3. Courante 2:41
18 4. Sarabande 3:08
19 5. Gavotte I. Gavotte II. Gavotte I Da Capo 3:20
20 6. Gigue 2:57

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Grand Hall Of The Moscow Conservatoire

Credits

  • Artwork [Cover] – Vladimir Kush
  • Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Design – Maxim Kompaneets*
  • Engineer [Sound Restoration], Mastered By – Ruslana Oreshnikova
  • Executive-Producer – Eugene Platonov*
  • Liner Notes – E. Platonov*
  • Piano – Sviatoslav Richter

Notes

Previously Unreleased Recordings

Recorded live on April 3rd, 1951

Total time: 67.13

Sponsored by BP

Issued in hardback-book style case and all contained in outer folder

Notes in English and Russian
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