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Piano Concertos Import


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  • Audio CD (April 14 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B000003F4M
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1. Piano Concerto, Op. 33 in G Minor: Allegro agitato
2. Piano Concerto, Op. 33 in G Minor: Andante sostenuto
3. Piano Concerto, Op. 33 in G Minor: Allegro con fuoco
4. Concertino For Piano And Chamber Ensemble: Moderato
5. Concertino For Piano And Chamber Ensemble: Piu mosso
6. Concertino For Piano And Chamber Ensemble: Con moto
7. Concertino For Piano And Chamber Ensemble: Allegro
8. Capriccio For Piano (Left Hand) And Chamber Ensemble: Allegro
9. Capriccio For Piano (Left Hand) And Chamber Ensemble: Adagio
10. Capriccio For Piano (Left Hand) And Chamber Ensemble: Allegretto
11. Capriccio For Piano (Left Hand) And Chamber Ensemble: Andante

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The late Rudolf Firkusný was actually one of Janácek's pupils in his youth, and although he was exiled from his native Czechoslovakia when the Communist regime took over, he lived to return and perform there in the years before his death. This recording commemorates one of those historic concerts. Firkusný made a specialty of both Dvorák's concerto and the Janácek chamber works--he recorded them several times, but as one might well imagine, these performances are special. Not only does the pianist have the advantage of Franz Neumann and the Czech Philharmonic, but everyone involved also plays as though they are celebrating a family reunion after many years of separation. Of course, they are. --David Hurwitz

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Amazon.com: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 review
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the finest performances of this under-performed work July 12 2015
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One of the finest performances of this under-performed work. Firkusny manages to bring the disparate elements together in a cohesive, heartfelt performance.



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