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Richter - Richter À Budapest / 17 Juillet 1965 download album

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Richter - Richter À Budapest / 17 Juillet 1965 download album
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    Richter À Budapest / 17 Juillet 1965
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The depths Richter plumbs in the Wanderer's central theme and variations are still profound, the tenderness of his Novelettes is still affecting, and the strength, energy, and expressivity of his sonatas puts them in a class of their own. While this disc is not for the casual classical fan, it will be mandatory listening for the avid Richter fan.

Sviatoslav Richter Piano. Piano Sonata N. 7 in D-, O. 1, N. ('Tempest') Work. Sviatoslav Richter Piano.

Budapest, Erkel Theatre. Richter performed the Britten concerto next but for reasons of space. Encores: Schumann Novelette in F major op 21 no1. (encore) Debussy: La sérénade interrompue. this is copied on CD 21. Handel: Suite in E major This concert continues on CD 9 (Continued from CD 10) 1965.

Shostakovich - 4 Preludes & Fugues - Richter Pécs 1974 Shostakovich - 4 Preludes & Fugues - Richter Pécs 1974. Sviatoslav Richter plays Mozart Sonata No. 5 in G major K 283 Sviatoslav Richter plays Mozart Sonata No. 5 in G major K 28. .L'Arpeggiata - Athanasius Kircher (1602-1680) - Tarantella Napoletana, Tono Hypodorico L'Arpeggiata - Athanasius Kircher (1602-1680) - Tarantella Napoletana, Tono Hypodorico. Sviatoslav Richter in Moscow (April, 1958) Prokofiev, Schumann, Debussy etc. Sviatoslav Richter in Moscow (April, 1958) Prokofiev, Schumann, Debussy et.

Sviatoslav Richter: Complete Album Collection. Sviatoslav Richter 1958 Sofia (DECCA) - Scherzo D593 N. 1977 Aldeburgh (SONY) - Andantino varie D823 for Piano Duet 1965 Aldeburgh with Benjamin Britten (DECCA) - Fantasy D940 for Piano Duet 1965 Aldeburgh.

Postal address Gedeon Richter Plc. Budapest 10 Pf. 27. H-1475 Hungary. Investor Relations International Finance Department Gedeon Richter Plc. Budapest 10 P. O. Box 27 H-1475 Hungary Phone: (36) 1-431-5764 Fax: (36)-1-261-2158. Medical Enquiries Medical Information Scientific Service 1103 Budapest, Gyömrői út 19-21. Phone: +36-1-505-7032 E-mail: medinfoter. Adverse event reporting Pharmacovigilance Department 1103 Budapest, Gyömrői út 19-21. Phone: +36-1-505-7032 E-mail: drugsafetyter. Online adverse event reporting.

In summer 1965 Richter travelled the breadth of Hungary: on 16 July he played in Szombathely, on the 17th in Budapest and on the 21st in Miskolc. Much of the program of the Szombathely concert was also played in Budapest, but he gave the public a completely different offering in Miskolc: here he played, for the only time on Hungarian territory, the Liszt B minor Sonata. Once more, Richter arrived unexpectedly in summer to surprise the Budapest audiences with two concerts on successive evenings in the Erkel Theatre with completely different programs. After the large-scale Beethoven–Schubert program of 27 August Richter took his leave of the public with a lyrically soaring performance of two Schumann Novelettes (F major and D major op.

Sviatoslav Richter in Budapest. The Concert of 9th February 1958. Sviatoslav Richter (piano). Catalogue No: WHRA6023. Label: West Hill Radio Archive. Recording Venue: Budapest Zeneakademia, Budapest. Excerpt, Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition. Recorded: 9 February 1958. Excerpt, Rachmaninov: Preludes Op. 32 Nos.

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Sonate Pour Piano, K. 280
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
1-1 1
1-2 2
1-3 3
Sonate Pour Piano, Opus 101
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
1-4 1
1-5 2
1-6 3
1-7 4
Quatre Scherzi
Composed By – Frédéric Chopin
2-1 No.1
2-2 No.2
2-3 No.3
2-4 No.4
2-5 Nocturne, Opus 15 No. 1
Composed By – Frédéric Chopin

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Erkel Theatre, Budapest

Credits

  • Piano – Richter*

Notes

Recorded live on 17th July 1965

On disc 2 the order of items on the disc is actually as follows:
Track 1 : Nocturne, Opus 15 No. 1
Tracks 2 - 5 : Quatre Scherzi