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Piano Concertos / Handel Variations / Waltzes op.39

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Product details

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Product Dimensions : 13.97 x 12.7 x 0.79 cm; 108.86 Grams
  • Manufacturer : Sony Music Canada Entertainment Inc.
  • Item model number : 2302199
  • Original Release Date : 1997
  • Run time : 2 hours and 18 minutes
  • Label : Sony Music Canada Entertainment Inc.
  • ASIN : B0000029YK
  • Number of discs : 2
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.9 out of 5 stars 46 ratings

Disc: 1
1. I. Maestoso - George Szell
2. II. Adagio - George Szell
3. III. Rondo. Allegro non troppo - George Szell
4. Aria
5. Var. 1
6. Var. 2
7. Var. 3
8. Var. 4
9. Var. 5
10. Var. 6

Disc: 2
1. I. Allegro non troppo
2. II. Allegro appassionato
3. III. Andante
4. IV. Allegretto grazioso
5. No. 1 in B Major
6. No. 2 in E Major
7. No. 3 in G-Sharp Minor
8. No. 4 in E Minor
9. No. 5 in E Major
10. No. 6 in C-Sharp Major

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Leon Fleisher

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Wow! George Szell owned the First Piano Concerto. He played the opening movement like no one else, and he recorded the work with three outstanding pianists: Sir Clifford Curzon, Rudolf Serkin, and this performance with Anton Fleischer. When I say this is the best of the three, I'm making a tough choice, but Fleischer brings a youthful vigor and rage to the music that complements Szell's fiery accompaniment so well that they sound like they're both performing from the same musical brain. The Second Concerto is a gentler work, but it's played with no less vigor and dash. Along with the Emil Gilels/Eugen Jochum performances on DG, these are the Brahms piano concertos to have above all others. --David Hurwitz