Sergei Rachmaninov: Music For Two Pianos

15,00

2 CD

Κλασική Μουσική

Warner Classics

20 Ιουλίου 2021Ερώτηση για το προϊόν

Περιγραφή

825646235940

Καλλιτέχνες

Martha Argerich (Piano)

Lilya Zilberstein (Piano), Gabriela Montero (Piano), Nelson Goerner (Piano), Daniel Gerzenberg (Piano), Anton Gerzenberg (Piano), Alexander Mogilevsky (Piano)

Contents

Rachmaninov Sergey Vassilievich (1873-1943) :

Symphonic Dances for 2 Pianos, Op. 45 /Martha Argerich (piano), Nelson Goerner (piano)

I. Non allegro

II. Andante con moto (Tempo di valse)

III. Lento assai

Suite No. 1 (Fantaisie-tableaux), Op. 5 /Martha Argerich (piano), Lilya Zilberstein (piano)

I. Barcarolle

II. La nuit… l’amour

III. Les larmes

IV. Pâques

Suite No. 2 for Two Pianos, Op. 17 /Martha Argerich (piano), Gabriela Montero (piano)

I. Introduction (Alla marcia) in C Major

II. Valse (Presto) in G Major

III. Romance (Andantino) in A-Flat Major

IV. Tarentelle (Presto) in C Minor

Morceaux (6), Op. 11 /Martha Argerich (piano), Lilya Zilberstein (piano)

No. 1 Barcarolle in G Minor

No. 2 Scherzo in D Major

No. 3 Thème russe in B Minor

No. 4 Valse in A Major

No. 5 Romance in C Minor

No. 6 Slava in C Major

2 Pieces /Martha Argerich, Anton Gerzenberg (piano), Daniel Gerzenberg (piano), Lilya Zilberstein (piano)

No. 2 Romance in A Major

No. 1 Waltz in A Major

Russian Rhapsody in E Minor

Martha Argerich, Alexander Mogilevsky (piano), Alexander Mogilewsky (piano), Lilya Zilberstein (piano)

When you say Rachmaninov, you mean the great solo piano works, the highly virtuosic concertos and the orchestral music. The fact that the Russian late romantic was also a master of music for two pianos is hardly noticed. For decades the pianist Martha Argerich has been committed to their revival – especially with musician friends in the The annual Lugano Festival. Now the Rachmaninoff treasures from Lugano appear as a double album. The Rachmaninoff recordings for two pianos & four hands form a special chapter within the Lugano discography. In the years Created between 2003 and 2009, they document Martha Argerich alongside her young pianist colleagues Lilya Zilberstein, Gabriela Montero, Nelson Goerner and Alexander Mogilevsky. A late work are the symphonic dances, which Rachmaninoff transferred to two pianos after the orchestral version. The recording of the dances cannot be found on any Lugano documentary yet. Early works in Tchaikovsky’s succession are Rachmaninoff’s two suites for two pianos. The sound world of his homeland also occupied the composer in the rarely heard Russian Rhapsody, played here by Lilya Zilberstein and Alexander Mogilevsky.