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Schumann & Chopin: Piano Concertos by expanium

 

“A very rewarding listen, with beautiful touch from Louis Lortie. Neeme Järvi controls a halo of whisper-soft strings in the Chopin.” –BBC Music Magazine, October 2010 – Performance **** Recording *****

“…Louis lortie captures the full measure of the Schumann Piano Concerto…” “All in all, this is a fine Schumann Concerto performance…” “The Chopin 2nd… also draws a fine performance from Lortie and Jarvi.” “The sound in both concertos is excellent. Recommended.” –classical.net – July 2010

 
 

Louis Lortie (piano)
Philharmonia Orchestra, Neeme Järvi

The popular coupling of Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor and Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor, Op. 21, featuring Louis Lortie as the soloist, is here re-issued on Chandos Classics.

On the original release, CD Review wrote of the performance of Schumann’s Concerto: ‘…his playing is thrillingly imaginative and I cannot recall ever having heard the Finale sound so physically exciting as it does here.’ About the performance of Chopin’s F minor Concerto, the reviewer noted: ‘Lortie produces a scintillating reading which resounds in the mind long after the music has ceased.’

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Yuri Temirkanov – Prokofiev, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky (13.02.2013 – Live – Paris) FLV by PANOVNIK

 

 

Yuri Temirkanov et Alisa Weilerstein en répétition

Concert du 13 février 2013 – 20H

Serge Prokofiev, Lieutenant Kijé, suite symphonique de la musique de film
Piotr Ilyitch Tchaïkovski, Variations sur un thème rococo, pour violoncelle et orchestre
Modest Moussorgski, Tableaux d´une exposition, orchestration de Maurice Ravel
Distribution

Yuri Temirkanov Direction
Alisa Weilerstein Violoncelle

 La Salle Pleyel – Paris, France, 13.02.2013
http://www.orchestredeparis.com/concert-2013-02-13.htm
http://citedelamusiquelive.tv/Concert/0999207/orchestre-de-paris-yuri-temirkanov-alisa-weilerstein-html