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Karl-Andreas Kolly - Franz Schmidt: Piano Concerto for the left hand; Chaconne flac
Title:
Franz Schmidt: Piano Concerto for the left hand; Chaconne
Performer:
Karl-Andreas Kolly
Style:
Concerto,Orchestral
Duration:
01:11:14
Released:
1995
FLAC album size:
1789 mb
MP3 album size:
1241 mb
Other formats:
DTS ADX DMF AIFF AA RA
Genre:
Rating:
4.8

Concerto for piano left hand (or piano) & orchestra in E flat major (N. ). 1. Movement 1. Karl-Andreas Kolly. 2. Movement 2. 3. Movement 3. 4. Chaconne for Orchestra in D minor. blue highlight denotes track pick.

Schmidt: Works for Piano Left Hand and Orchestra Karl-Andreas Kolly. Pan Classics Rel. April 1, 2014. Franz Schmidt: Symphony N. ; Chaconne Malmö Symphony Orchestra. Naxos Rel. July 27, 2010. Hindemith Piano Concerto for the Left Hand, O. 9. Milhaud Fantaisie pastorale, for piano and orchestra, O. 88. Naxos featured album.

Karl-Andreas Kolly Piano. CDs: 2 Tracks: 16 Length: 2:12:52. CD 1 of 2. Franz Schmidt Composer. Concerto in Eb, for piano left hand (or piano) and orchestra (N. ) Work. Wiener Jeunesse Orchester Orchestra, Herbert Bock Conductor, Karl-Andreas Kolly Piano.

Franz Schmidt was one of the most influential personalities in Viennese musical life during the first three decades of the 20th century. Schmidt's two great works for one-handed piano and orchestra the Piano Concerto and the Beethoven Variations are on this double CD alongside the Quintet for Piano and Strings composed for Wittgenstein. ALBUM OF THE WEEK 'Expect exquisite Viennese kitsch in these piano works for left hand, with not a cloud or storm to blot their picture-postcard musical landscapes' -Norman Lebrecht, Sinfini - 12 May 2014.

The Piano Concerto for the Left Hand in D major was composed by Maurice Ravel between 1929 and 1930, concurrently with his Piano Concerto in G. It was commissioned by the Austrian pianist Paul Wittgenstein, who lost his right arm during World War I. The Concerto had its premiere in January 1932, with Wittgenstein as soloist performing with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra. The piece was commissioned by Paul Wittgenstein, a concert pianist who had lost his right arm in the First World War.

Study for the Left Hand after Schubert's Impromptu O. 0 N. ]]. 5 Studien, Anh 1 (Bach : Chaconne in d). Charbonnet, Alice Ellen : Mappari from Flotows Martha. 24 Piano Studies for the Left Hand, O. 18. Dreyschock, Alexander : Variations pour la Main Gauche Seule, O. Liszt, Franz : Ungarns Gott, . 43. Ravel, Maurice : Piano Concerto for the Left Hand. Strauss, Richard : Parergon, O.

The Swiss pianist, Karl-Andreas Kolly, studied with Hans Schicker at Musikakademie Zürich and in the master-class of Professor Karl Engel in Berne (1991 Eduard-Tschumi prize for the best soloist diploma of the year), and master-classes with Mieczyslaw Horszowski in Luzern. He participated successfully in various competitions. Karl-Andreas Kolly has performed in numerous concerts as a soloist and chamber musicians all over Europe, in Japan, Korea, Australia, in the USA and in various festivals

Listen to albums and songs from Karl-Andreas Kolly. Schmidt: Works for Piano Left Hand and Orchestra. Glazunov: The Piano Concertos. Eugen d'Albert: Works for Cello, Piano & Orchestra.

List of works for piano left-hand and orchestra. This is a list of concertos and concertante works for piano left-hand and orchestra. The very first such composition was published as late as 1895, by the Hungarian Count Géza Zichy. The best known left-hand concerto is the Piano Concerto for the Left Hand in D by Maurice Ravel, which was written for Paul Wittgenstein between 1929 and 1930.

Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Concerto for piano left hand (or piano) & orchestra in E flat major (No.2)
1 Movement 1 Karl-Andreas Kolly 18:43
2 Movement 2 Karl-Andreas Kolly 13:57
3 Movement 3 Karl-Andreas Kolly 12:15
4 Chaconne for Orchestra in D minor Karl-Andreas Kolly 26:19

Credits

Herbert Bock - Conductor
Peter Böhm - Editing
Gustav Klimt - Cover Art
Karl-Andreas Kolly - Piano, Primary Artist
Dr. Carmen Ottner - Liner Notes
Thomas Pfiffner - Repertoire Production
Herwig Reiter - Producer
Michael Renner - Balance Engineer
Vienna Youth Orchestra - Orchestra