New Lugansky,Moser cd's free listening complete

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New Lugansky,Moser cd's free listening complete

Post by Rach3 » Mon Nov 26, 2018 2:52 pm

I have a cd of the solo piano works of Dutilleux , which I greatly enjoy, thus wanted to hear his Cello Concerto. Again,enjoyed greatly my first hearing here , will want re-hearings. Johannes Moser,cello, an artist I try to follow, with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin under Thomas Sondergard, a Pentatone cd , complete, free listening :

https://www.nporadio4.nl/cds/johannes-m ... -concertos

I did not hear the Lutoslawski.

Nikolai Lugansky’s new all -Debussy solo piano cd also available . Lugansky’s application of an “En blanc et noir” and / or Etudes sound-world to the pieces on the cd did not work for me.

https://www.nporadio4.nl/cds/nikolai-lu ... solo-piano

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Re: New Lugansky,Moser cd's free listening complete

Post by Lance » Mon Nov 26, 2018 6:45 pm

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Paladino 0100, released just now
Lugansky is a phenomenal pianist from everything I've heard and have. I would be most curious about his Debussy nonetheless. Pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy has just come forth with Debussy's Preludes, Books I and II, not recorded for Decca, but Paladino. One wonders if his piano contract with British Decca is still in place. Here's what the editorial review has to say:

"Vladimir Ashkenazy's first recording of Debussy's Preludes is a somewhat of a sensation. This recording combines a new recording of Book 1 with a live recording of Book 2 from a recital in New York in 1971. We therefore not only honor the 100th anniversary of Debussy's death in 1918, but also pay tribute to one of the most remarkable pianists and musicians of the 20th and 21st centuries. Among the foremost musical figures of our time, Vladimir Ashkenazy was born in Gorky in 1937. He began playing the piano at the age of six and was accepted at the Central Music School at the age of eight. He graduated from the Moscow Conservatory, having studied with Lev Oborin. He won second prize in the International Frédéric Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw in 1955, first prize in the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition in Brussels in 1956, and joint first prize with John Ogdon in the 1962 International Tchaikovsky Competition. Since then, he has built an extraordinary career, not only as one of the most renowned and revered pianists of our times, but as an artist whose creative life encompasses a vast range of activities and continues to offer inspiration to music-lovers across the world."

Rach3 wrote:
Mon Nov 26, 2018 2:52 pm
Nikolai Lugansky’s new all -Debussy solo piano cd also available . Lugansky’s application of an “En blanc et noir” and / or Etudes sound-world to the pieces on the cd did not work for me.
https://www.nporadio4.nl/cds/nikolai-lu ... solo-piano
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