Artur Schnabel, Joseph Szigeti - Recital At The Frick Museum April 4, 1948 FLAC album
Beethoven Violin Sonata N. 0 in G major, O. 6 - 2nd movement Artur Schnabel (piano); Joseph Szigeti (violin) Recorded: 04/04/1948 The picture is . .
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The Frick Collection Concert Records, 1936-1986, document the founding and administration of the program. The records contain memoranda, contracts, concert programs, tickets, schedules, promotional materials, publicity photographs, texts of the intermission talks presented by Frick Collection staff, and correspondence, including letters from performers. Folder contains memoranda, notes, correspondence and promotional material regarding the organ recital series, which was not held in 1937 due to Mr. Clapp's absence. Correspondents include Robert Leech Bedell, and Charles Henry Doersam. Artur Schnabel and Joseph Szigeti, April 4, 1948. Scope and Content Note.
Artur Schnabel (17 April 1882 – 15 August 1951) was an Austrian-American classical pianist, composer, and pedagogue. Schnabel was known for his intellectual seriousness as a musician, avoiding pure technical bravura. Among the 20th century's most respected and important pianists, his playing displayed marked vitality, profundity and spirituality in the Austro-German classics, particularly the works of Beethoven and Schubert.
Kolisch Quartet Artur Schnabel Primrose Quartet Barrère Trio Curtis String Quartet, Emma Boynet Stradivarius Quartet Ralph Kirkpatrick Ensemble Budapest String Quartet Sanromá-Burgin-Bedetti Trio Ruggiero Ricci Busch Quartet. Busch Quartet Curtis String Quartet Artur Schnabel Coolidge Quartet Webster Aitken Budapest String Quartet Helen & Karl Ulrich Schnabel Stradivarius Quartet Boston Woodwind Ensemble Gregor Piatigorsky (Valentin Pavlovsky) Roth Quartet. Clifford Curzon Budapest String Quartet (three concerts) Alexander Schneider, Ralph Kirkpatrick Pierre Fournier (George Reeves) Maryla Jonas Gregor Piatigorsky (Berkowitz) Jacques Thibaud (Flipse) Webster Aitken Joseph Szigeti (Levine) Wanda Landowska.
This album is included in the following sets: HOROWITZ Live at Carnegie Hall, Volume 1 (1948) - PAKM071. Regular price €. 0 €1. 0 Sale. 1. 0 - Ambient Stereo 24-bit FLAC€15. The piano recital given by Vladimir Horowitz last night in Carnegie Hall, attended by as many as the law would allow in the place, was testimony equally to his distinguished art and to the high intelligence of his public. The program provided nothing of a spectacular character. The performances were those of a master seeking humbly and eagerly for the perfect proportion, the complete realization of the composer’s thought, and never descending to artificial effects or mere technical deeds of derring-do to astonish an audience.
Rondo, Allegro ma non troppo. Artur Schnabel, Joseph Szigeti. Sonata for violin & piano No. 10 in G major ("The Cockcrow"), Op. 96. 5.
Joseph Szigeti, William Primrose, Artur Schnabel, and Pierre Fournier at the first Edinburgh Festival in 1947.
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|A1||Beethoven Sonata No. 5|
|A2||Beethoven Sonata No. 10|
|A3||Mozart Sonata In E, K.481|
|A4||Mozart Concerto No. 22, K.482
Conductor – Bruno WalterOrchestra – The New York Philharmonic Orchestra