MUSICWEB-INTERNATIONAL. Liszt Concertos

WWW.MUSICWEB-INTERNATIONAL.COM August 2006 Franz LISZT (1811-1886) Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat, S124 (1849, rev. 1853, 1856) [19:06] Piano Concerto No. 2 in A, S125 (1839, numerous revs., pub. 1863) [21:48] Totentanz, Paraphrase on the Dies Irae, S126 (1849) [15:58] Hungarian Fantasia, S123 (1852) [15:14] Oleg Marshev pf Aalborg Symphony Orchestra / Matthias Aeschbacher Danacord DACOCD 651 Comparative recordings: Piano Concerto No. 1 Tamas Vasary/Bamberg Symphony Orchestra/Felix Prohaska (LP, DGG Heliodor 2548 235) Piano Concertos, Totentanz Joseph Banowetz/CSR Symphony Orchestra/Oliver Dohnбnyi (Naxos 8.550187) Hungarian Fantasia – George Bolet (radio broadcast, other performers and recording details not known) I was sorely tempted to start with a cheery, “Four war-horses on one CD – now that’s what I call value for...

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CLASSICAL MUSIC ON THE WEB. Hexameron

CLASSICAL MUSIC ON THE WEB October 2001 Hexaméron — Morceau de Concert Franz Liszt (1811-1886) — Aprés un lecture dé Dante — Fantasie quasi Sonata Henri Herz (1803-1888) “Les perles animeés” Grande Valse Op.211 Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) Barcarolle Op.60 Sigismund Thalberg (1812-1871) Grande fantasie de concert sur l’opéra “La Traviata” de Verdi Op.78 Carl Czerny (1791-1857) Variazioni sopra un tema di Rode “La Ricordanza” Op.33 Franz Liszt et al Hexaméron — Morceau de Concert (contributions from all the above composers) Oleg Marshev (piano) / Danacord DACOCD 530 / 76.51 Recorded in the Concert Hall Sonderborg, Denmark, April 1999 By any stretch of the imagination this is a very special and also quite unusual CD. Not only is it full of...

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Oleg Marshev in recital

DACOCD 677 [DDD] Oleg Marshev in recital Liszt - Chopin - Scriabin   An astonishing release from a pianist perfectly attuned to this repertoire. - Gramophone  this disc is outstanding - Classic FM PIANIST's CHOICE If ever you wake up one night and question what piano playing is all about, the answer lies right here - Pianist KultuNaut.dk (more…)

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Liszt. Piano Concertos, Totentanz, Hungarian Fantasy

DACOCD 651 [DDD] Franz Liszt Piano Concertos Totentanz - Hungarian Fantasy Oleg Marshev, piano Aalborg Symphony Orchestra / Matthias Aeschbacher Marshev’s most outstanding attribute is his enviable musical sensibility - Musicweb International an admirable combination of musical respect and pianistic virtuosity - Classical Source (more…)

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Hexaméron

DACOCD 530 [DDD] Hexaméron Morceau de concert Oleg Marshev, piano   Oleg Marshev is one of the best pianists around at the moment - Classical Music on the web   (more…)

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