CD: 1 Tracks: 20 Length: 1:03:29. CD 1. (Franz) Joseph Haydn Composer. Keyboard Sonata in D, Ho. VI:37 (N. 0) Work. 1. llegro con brio.
Ivan Moravec is simply one of the great pianists alive today. His reputation rests on superlative performances and recordings of a repertoire in which he really is supreme: Debussy, Chopin, Brahms, and Mozart. This latest recording of Moravec features a finely balanced program including works of his countryman, Leos Janáĉek. No music-lover will want to be without this recording, destined to become a classic. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Ivan Moravec (9 November 1930 – 27 July 2015) was a Czech concert pianist whose performing and recording career spanned nearly half a century. He is considered one of the greatest interpreters of Chopin. Ivan Moravec was born in Prague. His first musical interest was in opera, which he attended as a child with his father. His father was an amateur pianist and singer, and helped his son sight-read and sing through the opera scores
1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs. Sarah Brightman, The Prague Symphony Orchestra, Anna Samant, Sarah Leatherbarrow, Nina Bromham, Jonathan Penton. Sarah Brightman, The Prague Symphony Orchestra. Peer Gynt - Incidental Music: 1. Wedding March. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Thomas Beecham, Beecham Choral Society, Ilse Hollweg, Ilse Hollweg/Beecham Choral Society/Royal Philharmonic Orchest.
Prague Spring 2000 Recital. Ivan Moravec is simply one of the great pianists alive today. This latest recording of Moravec features a finely balanced program including works of his countryman, Leos Janácek.
By Ivan Moravec, Jiří Bělohlávek, Prague Philharmonia. Concerto No. 4 for Piano and Orchestra in G major, Op. 58: I. Allegro moderato - Ludwig van Beethoven, 17:360:30. 2. 58: II. Andante con moto - Ludwig van Beethoven, 5:200:30. 3. 58: III. Rondo.
|Keyboard Sonata in D major, H. 16/37|
|1||1. Allegro con brio||Ivan Moravec||4:09|
|2||2. Largo e sostenuto||Ivan Moravec||2:49|
|3||3. Finale. Presto ma non troppo||Ivan Moravec||3:27|
|Piano Sonata ("Zulice, 1.X.05," "From the Street, 1 October, 1905"), JW 8/19 (final movement lost)|
|4||1. Premonition/Vorahnung - Con moto||Ivan Moravec||6:00|
|5||2. Death/Tod - Adagio||Ivan Moravec||8:24|
|In the mists (V Mlhách), pieces (4) for piano, JW 8/22|
|6||1. Andante||Ivan Moravec||3:38|
|7||2. Molto agitato||Ivan Moravec||4:04|
|8||3. Andantino||Ivan Moravec||2:42|
|9||4. Presto||Ivan Moravec||4:35|
|10||Prelude for piano No. 17 in A flat major, Op. 28/17, CT. 182||Ivan Moravec||3:26|
|11||Prelude for piano No. 18 in F minor, Op. 28/18, CT. 183||Ivan Moravec||0:55|
|Prelude for piano No. 19 in E flat major, Op. 28/19, CT. 184|
|12||No. 19 in E flat Major||Ivan Moravec||1:19|
|13||Prelude for piano No. 20 in C minor, Op. 28/20, CT. 185||Ivan Moravec||1:25|
|14||Prelude for piano No. 21 in B flat major, Op. 28/21, CT. 186||Ivan Moravec||1:43|
|Prelude for piano No. 22 in G minor, Op. 28/22, CT. 187|
|15||No. 22 in G minor||Ivan Moravec||0:55|
|16||Prelude for piano No. 23 in F major, Op. 28/23, CT. 188||Ivan Moravec||0:52|
|Prelude for piano No. 24 in D minor, Op. 28/24, CT. 189|
|17||No. 24 in D minor||Ivan Moravec||3:06|
|18||Ondine, prelude for piano, L. 123/8||Ivan Moravec||3:49|
|19||Mazurka for piano No. 32 in C sharp minor, Op. 50/3, CT. 82||Ivan Moravec||2:12|
|20||Mazurka for piano No. 13 in A minor, Op. 17/4, CT. 63||Ivan Moravec||4:53|
CreditsMiguel Carazo - Translation
Daniel Kocherscheidt - Cover Design
Ivan Moravec - Piano, Primary Artist
Hughes Mousseau - Translation
Vaclav Roubal - Engineer
Stanislav Sykora - Digital Editing, Producer
Sebastian Urmoneit - Program Notes