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Mischa Maisky, Martha Argerich - Live in Japan - Chopin, Franck, Debussy download album

  • Performer: Mischa Maisky
  • Album: Live in Japan - Chopin, Franck, Debussy
  • FLAC: 1887 mb | MP3: 1216 mb
  • Released: 2001
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Romantic
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Mischa Maisky, Martha Argerich - Live in Japan - Chopin, Franck, Debussy download album

Suite italienne for violoncello and piano (in collaboration with Gregor Piatigorsky) based on the ballet Pulcinella.

Piano – Martha Argerich. Producer – Sid McLauchlan. Violoncello – Mischa Maisky. Recording: Kyoto, Japan, Concert Hall, 11/2000.

This album was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance. The ensemble succeeds at matching each other in every way, lending a unified and organic feeling that make it hard to believe at times that this is a live recording. The acoustic quality is also outstanding, although you may wish it were not so good when Maisky's loud breathing and foot-tapping get out of hand (particularly in the Debussy). Argerich - Applause (0:21) 2. Maisky. Argerich - Chopin - Cello Sonata in g - 1 (15:03) 3. Debussy - Live In Japan. Пиковый уровень 9. % Качество диапазона 9. % CRC D3B262D9 Копировани. K.

Their Franck sonata has more ardent sensuality than the Act I Love duet from La bohème, with Maisky making a most convincing case for the work as a cello sonata. Their encore, Chopin's youthful Polonaise brilliante, succeeds in making the piece sound like more than a virtuoso trifle. Only Maisky's overly Romantic interpretation of Debussy's cello sonata is less convincing and, even there, the brilliance of Argerich's performance cannot be denied. This is as exciting a cello/piano recital as has ever been recorded.

Individually, both Maisky and Argerich are among the best living players of their instruments: Maisky is a big-toned, full-blooded cellist and Argerich is a recklessly impulsive pianist blessed with a flawless technique. Together, Maisky and Argerich challenge each other to even higher heights, with Maisky singing like an operatic baritone and Argerich taking ever dangerous risks. Their Chopin sonata is far more passionate than any ever recorded: Maisky's playing makes the venerable Rostropovich performance seem restrained and Argerich's playing makes the piano part sound like the dazzling music it is, rather than a demure accompaniment to the cellist.

Performers: - Mischa Maisky - Argerich Martha. 11. Debussy - Cello Sonata in d - 2. 3:38.

DE. Deutsche Grammophon.

Mischa Maisky & Martha Argerich. CD in excellent condition. 5 brand new from £1. 9. Title: Grieg: Songs Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Publisher: Universal Classics Artist: Edvard Grieg,Anne Sofie von Otter. This item is the CD album Chopin - Preludes as recorded by Ivo Pogorelich. It was released on Deutsche Grammophon Records in 1990. Debussy - Preludes, Suite Bergamasque, Pour Le Piano etc. Excellent - Overall in excellent condition but may have very slight superficial marks. Excellent - Overall in excellent condition but may have very slight signs of wear including lug indentations.

Martha Argerich has 18,164 members. One of the most prominant and beautiful pianist of the world. Under the baton of Maestro Charles Dutoit, Mr. Mischa Maisky, Ms. Martha Argerich (General Director of the Music Festival) and Tokyo College of Music Symphony Orchestra performed. The capacity audience gave a grand applause with the voice of bravo. Charles Dutoit (conductor), Martha Argerich (piano), Mischa Maisky (cello),. Tokyo College of Music Symphony Orchestra. C. Debussy: Petite Suite (orchestral version) C. Saint-Saens: Cello Concerto N. in a minor M. Ravel: Ma Mere l'Oye Suite (orchestral version) F. Liszt: Piano Concerto N. in E flat major.

Martha argerich lp. Frederich chopin. German pressing of this vinyl record album. Martha Argerich was born in Buenos Aires. From the age of five, she took piano lessons with Vicenzo Scaramuzza . MISCHA MAISKY (cello) MARTHA ARGERICH (piano). Mischa Maisky is a fine a technician with an unerring ear for intonation and a good sense of phrase. Cello Sonatas BWV 1027-1029

Tracklist

1 Applause 0:21
Frédéric Chopin
Cello Sonata In G Minor, Op.65 (30:08)
2 1. Allegro Moderato 15:03
3 2. Scherzo (Allegro Con Brio) 5:03
4 3. Largo 3:55
5 4. Finale (Allegro) 6:07
César Franck
Sonata For Violin And Piano In A - Played On The Violoncello (28:02)
6 1. Allegretto ben moderato 6:27
7 2. Allegro - Quasi Lento - Tempo 1 (Allegro) 8:12
8 3. Recitativo - Fantasie (Ben Moderato - Largamente - Molto Vivace) 7:21
9 4. Allegretto Poco Mosso 6:02
Claude Debussy
Sonata In D Minor For Cello & Piano, L.135 (12:18)
10 1. Prologue (lent) 4:55
11 2. Sérénade (Modérément Animé) 3:38
12 3. Finale (Animé) 3:45
Frédéric Chopin
13 Introduction And Polonaise, Op.3 - Introduction - Lento 3:02
14 Introduction And Polonaise, Op.3 - Alla Polacca - Allegro Con Spirito 5:56

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Universal Classics Group
  • Recorded At – Kyoto Concert Hall

Credits

  • Composed By – Claude Debussy, César Franck, Frédéric Chopin
  • Piano – Martha Argerich
  • Violoncello – Mischa Maisky

Notes

Recording: Kyoto, Japan Concert Hall, 11/2000

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
471 346-2 Chopin*, Frank*, Debussy* - Mischa Maisky, Martha Argerich Chopin*, Frank*, Debussy* - Mischa Maisky, Martha Argerich - Live in Japan ‎(CD, Album) Deutsche Grammophon 471 346-2 Germany 2001
471 346-2 Chopin*, Frank*, Debussy* - Mischa Maisky, Martha Argerich Chopin*, Frank*, Debussy* - Mischa Maisky, Martha Argerich - Live in Japan ‎(CD, Album) Deutsche Grammophon 471 346-2 Europe 2001
00289 479 5158 Chopin* • Franck* • Debussy* / Mischa Maisky • Martha Argerich Chopin* • Franck* • Debussy* / Mischa Maisky • Martha Argerich - Live In Japan ‎(CD, Album, RE) Deutsche Grammophon 00289 479 5158 Europe 2015
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