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🎤 Vladimir Sofronitsky - Recordings 1937-1953 MP3

  • Performer: Vladimir Sofronitsky
  • Title: Recordings 1937-1953
  • Genre: Classical
  • Country: Italy
  • Record source: 2 × CD, Compilation
  • Released: 2007
  • Style: Modern, Romantic
  • Label: Urania
  • Cat#: SP 4258
  • MP3 album: 1806 mb
  • FLAC album: 1887 mb
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🎤 Vladimir Sofronitsky - Recordings 1937-1953 MP3

Tracklist

1Prelude In D Minor Op 43 No 31:18
2Prelude Op 27 No 1
Composed By – Scriabin
3Children's Corner: "Serenade Of The Doll"
Composed By – Debussy
1:37
4No 2 Gavotte2:22
5Prelude In D Flat Major Op 57 No 12:11
6Music Box Op 321:51
7Fairy Tale Op 20 No 2
Composed By – Nikolai Medtner
1:15
8Petite Suite (Au Couvent, Intermezzo, Mazurka I, Mazurka Ii, Rêverie, Séerenade, Nocturne)
Composed By – Borodin
17:45
9Prelude In B Minor Op 11 No 12:41
10I
11Piano Sonata No 3 Op 23
Composed By – Scriabin
18:16
12Waltz Op 70 No 1
Composed By – Chopin
2:11
13Prélude: Livre II "Canope"
Composed By – Debussy
2:11
14Concert Etude S 145 "Gnomenreigen"
Composed By – Liszt
2:54
15Prelude Op 27 No #
Composed By – Scriabin
16III
17Prelude & Fugue In A Minor Op 101 No 1
Composed By – Glazunov
13:41
18Etude Op 10 No 4
Composed By – Chopin
2:03
191 Moderato2:02
20Prelude In B Flat Major Op 31 No 21:39
21Four Tales Of A Grandmother Op 31
222 Andantino1:06
23Vision Fugitive Op 22 No 71:54
24No 3 Rigaudon1:15
25Prelude In C Major Op 202:55
26Prelude In E Minor
Composed By – Goltz
3:09
27Six Pieces For Piano From Op 12
284 Sostenuto2:39
29No 8 Allemande3:06
30Waltz In E Major Op 57 No 32:03
31No 7 Prelude In C Major1:55
32No 9 Scherzo Humoristique3:00
33Prélude: Livre II "Feuilles Mortes"
Composed By – Debussy
3:34
34II
35Sarcasm Op 22 No 71:55
36Sonatina In C Major Op 13 No 1(5:40)
37No 6 Legende2:34
383 Andante Assai2:41
39Scherzo In E Minor
Composed By – Goltz
3:50
40Prelude In G Major Op 36 No 30:54
41Mazurka Op 41 No 2
Composed By – Chopin
2:18
42Prelude In D Flat Major Op 49 No 1
Composed By – Glazunov
2:19


Credits

  • Compilation Producer, Engineer [Restored By]Alessandro Nava
  • Composed ByLiadov (tracks: 1-01 to 1-03, 2-07 to 2-11), Kabalevsky (tracks: 1-14 to 1-16), Prokofiev (tracks: 1-17 to 2-06)
  • PianoVladimir Sofronitsky


Notes

All tracks recorded in Moscow 1937-1953, on the following dates -
1-01, 1-02: 14/6/1949
1-03: 15/7/1949
1-04: 2/7/1949
1-05, 1-06: 28/3/1938
1-07: 1937-1941
1-08: 5/1941
1-09: 16/6/1937
1-10: 25/6/1937
1-11, 1-12: 17/11/1938
1-13: 12/7/1950
1-14 to 1-16, 1-21 to 2-06: 1953
1-17 to 1-20: 2/12/1946
2-07 to 2-10: 14/4/1949
2-11: 15/7/1949
2-12, 2-13: 1/7/1952
2-14 to 2-16: 28/1/1952
2-17: 1946

Ⓟ 2005 S.I.A.E. Urania Produzioni Discografiche, Milan.
All performances public domain.


Barcodes

  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.


Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Urania Produzioni discografiche S.a.s.


Album

Vladimir Sofronitsky. Liadov, Medtner, Scriabin, Prokofiev, Borodin, Debussy, Goltz, Glazunov, Liszt & Chopin: Recordings 1937 - 1953. 382 прослушивания 38 аудиозаписей. Vladimir Sofronitsky: все альбомы, включая Schubert & Liszt: Piano Works , Vladimir Sofronitsky Plays Anatolij Konstantinovič Ljadov - Aleksandr Borodin Alexandr Glasunov - Dmitrij Dmitrievič Šostakovič & Sergej Sergeevič Prokof'ev , Russian Piano School Historical Recordings и другие. Vladimir Sofronitsky: Concert Recordings. Your Rating. Overview . Scherzo In E Minor. Petite Suite Au Couvent, Intermezzo, Mazurka I, Mazurka Ii, Rêverie, Séerenade, Nocturne. Значек play перед названием песни дает возможность найти mp3 и прослушать любую песню с альбома Recordings 1937-1953 Vladimir Sofronitsky. Vladimir Vladimirovich Sofronitsky or Sofronitzky Russian: Владимир Владимирович Софроницкий, Vladimir Sofronitskij May 8 1901 August 29, 1961 was a Soviet-Russian classical pianist, best known as an interpreter of the Russian composer Alexander Scriabin and Frédéric Chopin. Vladimir Sofronitsky was born in St. Petersburg to a physics teacher father and a mother from an artistic family. In 1903, his family moved to Warsaw, where he started piano lessons with Anna Lebedeva. Listen free to Vladimir Sofronitsky Concert Recordings Arabeske, Op. 18, Scherzo No. 1 in B Minor, Op. 20 and more. 11 tracks 80:17. Although Scriabin himself never heard Sofronitsky play, the composer's wife did and vouched that the pianist was the most authentic interpreter of her late husband's works. Indeed, his Scriabin recordings are considered by many to be unsurpassed. Sviatoslav Richter and Emil Gilels looked up to Sofronitsky as their master, and famously, when Sof read more. Album 2007 38 Songs. Classical 2007. 2015 CD, Concert Recordings. Geniuses: Vladimir Sofronitsky, A Film By Andrei Konchalovsky 2007. Director Of Photography Dmitri Koval, Igor Ryabtsev, Igor SkromnyFilm Director, Screenwriter Andrei Konchalovsky. 11: No. 1, Prelude in B Minor. 2 Tales, Op. 20: No. 2, Fairy Tale. Vladimir Sofronitsky made a fair number of recordings in the last two decades of his life, but a relatively small number overall compared with the titanic efforts of his younger countrymen Sviatoslav Richter and Emil Gilels. Drawn principally to Romantic repertoire, he recorded a large number of Scriabin works and also compositions by L. Beethoven, Schubert, F. Chopin, Robert Schumann, Franz Liszt, Lyadov, Sergei Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, and others. In 1995 Sofronitsky appeared as Volume 5 of BMGs Russian Piano School in recordings from 1946, 1953 and 1960 which include a performance of Robert Schumanns Piano Sonata No. 1 in F sharp minor Op



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