- Título:Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competitions I-VII Highlights: Prizewinners Of The VI And VII Competitions
- Estilo:Classical, Romantic, Modern
- Tamaño Versión FLAC2090 mb
- Tamaño Versión MP31955 mb
- Tamaño Versión WMA1054 mb
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Lista de canciones
|1||Sonata In B Flat Minor, Op. 36 (1st Version), 1st Movement: Allegro Agitato|
Composed By – S. RachmaninoffPiano [Fifth Prize, 7th Competition ] – Yacov Kasman
|2||Piano Quintet In F Minor, Op. 34, 4th Movement: Finale: Poco Sostenuto - Allegro Non Troppo|
Composed By – J. BrahmsPiano [Fourth Prize, 6th Competition ] – Pietro De Maria
|3||Piano Quartet In G Minor, Op. 45, 4th Movement: Allegro Molto|
Composed By – G. FauréPiano [Second Prize, 7th Competition ] – Simone Pedroni
|4||Sonata “Pathétique” In C Minor, Op. 13|
Composed By – L. V. BeethovenPiano [Third Prize, 6th Competition ] – Krzysztof Jablonski
|5||Concerto No. 3 In D Minor, Op. 30, 3rd Movement: Finale: Alla Breve|
Composed By – S. RachmaninoffPiano [First Prize, 7th Competition ] – Giorgia Tomassi
|6||Transcendental Etude No. 11 In D Flat Major (Harmonies Du Soir)|
Composed By – F. LisztPiano [First Prize, 6th Competition ] – Ian Fountain
- Advisor [Artistic Adviser] – Prof. Arie Vardi
- Cover [Cover Design] – Anath Hanit
- Producer – The Arthur Rubinstein International Music Society
- Recording Supervisor, Edited By, Mastered By – Yuval Carin
Highlights from the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competitions in Israel. Recorded live by the Israel Broadcasting Authority - Kol Israel, during various stages of the competitions.
NB: the string players names (tracks 3 and 4) and the orchestra (track 6) are not listed in the booklet.
Total time = 72:34.
Manufactured in Israel.
- Manufactured By – DCD CD Manufacturers Ltd
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