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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Piano Sonata No. 3 / RAVEL, M.: Valses nobles et sentimentales / CHOPIN, F.: Nocturne No. 8 (Rubinstein) (1959, 1963)

Composer(s):Beethoven, Ludwig vanChopin, FryderykRavel, Maurice
Artist(s) Rubinstein, Arthur, piano
Period(s) 20th CenturyClassical (1750-1830)Romantic
Genre Classical Music
Category Instrumental
Catalogue ICAC5095
Label ICA Classics
Quality   320kbps
 
 
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Review By Etienne Moreau,Diapason,May 2013

Un programme Rubinstein hors discographie officielle est tou­jours passionnant, comme l’avait sou­ligné de façon éclatante une publication Medici Masters (« Appassionata » de Beethoven et Car­naval de Schumann, Diapason d’or, cf. n564). A chaque fois, même sur le tard comme dans le cas du récital pour Israël de 1975, on est frappé par la vitalité du pianiste, et par sa sonorité souvent plus intense que dans ses gravures officielles. Ici en 1963, dans la grande salle des an­ciens studios de la BBC, et même dans les marges de son propre répertoire, cela ne rate pas. Malgré quelques grésille­ments et

Cela dit, quelle classe, quel souffle, quelle simplicité, quel charisme dans cette pleine heure de musique et de vie, que cer­tains de nos juniors seraient bien inspirés d’écouter. © 2013 Diapason

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Review By Gary Lemco,Audiophile Audition,February 2013

Entirely new to the CD medium comes a 17 March 1963 British studio recital by the legendary Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982), whose charisma at the keyboard set a standard of consistent musicality and beguiling lyricism for three generations.

For the first movement Allegro con brio, Rubinstein instills a high polish and fervent gloss, with well-articulated trills and solid landings on cadences.

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Review By Gary Lemco,Audiophile Audition,February 2013

Entirely new to the CD medium comes a 17 March 1963 British studio recital by the legendary Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982), whose charisma at the keyboard set a standard of consistent musicality and beguiling lyricism for three generations.

For the first movement Allegro con brio, Rubinstein instills a high polish and fervent gloss, with well-articulated trills and solid landings on cadences.

more....


Review By Gary Lemco,Audiophile Audition,February 2013

Entirely new to the CD medium comes a 17 March 1963 British studio recital by the legendary Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982), whose charisma at the keyboard set a standard of consistent musicality and beguiling lyricism for three generations.

For the first movement Allegro con brio, Rubinstein instills a high polish and fervent gloss, with well-articulated trills and solid landings on cadences.

more....


Review By Gary Lemco,Audiophile Audition,February 2013

Entirely new to the CD medium comes a 17 March 1963 British studio recital by the legendary Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982), whose charisma at the keyboard set a standard of consistent musicality and beguiling lyricism for three generations.

For the first movement Allegro con brio, Rubinstein instills a high polish and fervent gloss, with well-articulated trills and solid landings on cadences.

more....


Review By Gary Lemco,Audiophile Audition,February 2013

Entirely new to the CD medium comes a 17 March 1963 British studio recital by the legendary Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982), whose charisma at the keyboard set a standard of consistent musicality and beguiling lyricism for three generations.

For the first movement Allegro con brio, Rubinstein instills a high polish and fervent gloss, with well-articulated trills and solid landings on cadences.

more....







 

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