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Piano Concerto in Op 114 Import

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1. Pno Con in f, Op.114: Allegro moderato - Gerhard Oppitz
2. Pno Con in f, Op.114: Largo con gran espressione - Gerhard Oppitz
3. Pno Con in f, Op.114: Allegretto con spirito - Gerhard Oppitz

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
exceptionally fine performance June 25 2014
By Ignis - Published on
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This is truly a towering, magnificent performance of this wonderful piece, bold, direct and most emphatic.

Mr Oppitz playing the living daylights out of it, Mr Stein breathes fire into it and the orchestra sounds fantastic; recorded sound is excellent, as well, very big and brash.

I'll even go out on a limb and say that this recording surpasses the old Ormandy/Serkin recording to some extent and certainly puts the rather flaccid Herbig recording (much as I've enjoyed his Bruckner) to shame.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Powerhouse May 5 2013
By Peter P. Fuchs - Published on
Reger's Piano Concerto is his great work. It is so much greater than the Mozart Variations that get played more often, that it is not even close. The Piano Concerto shows the strong edge of Germanic culture that was later destroyed by the disaster of WWI. This concerto indicates that at least in part there was something non-decadent in that culture, though there was surely plenty that was opposite. Gerhard Oppitz gives a virtual performance of a lifetime, though all his recordings are very fine. In Oppitz's hands this work sound not a shred less than he greatness of a Brahms concerto. And Horst Stein, he of myriad long-forgotten "grocery store" lps, gives a a Spenglarian accompaniment. An amazing recording. So much better than any other, even Barry Douglas' fantastic live ones, that it is almost incredible.

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