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Concierto para Piano Nº 1 Op. 23

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Gran interpretación de Clifford Curzon del Concierto para Piano y Orquesta Nº 1 de Piort ilich Tchaikovsky.

Clifford Curzon, piano

Georg Solti, director

Orquesta Filarmónica de Viena

Grabado en octubre de 1958 en la Sofiensaal de Viena

Uno de los conciertos para piano más grabados, quien puede perderse la versión del gran Curzon?

Reedición en 180 gr de Speakers Corner

By the end of February 1875, Tchaikovsky had completed the orchestration of his Piano Concerto No. 1 which was given its first performance in the same year in Boston by Hans von Bülow. In St. Petersburg the composer himself conducted his concert on the first of December.

The main theme of the first movement is based upon a Russian folksong, and the finale takes the form of a splendid “danse russe”, while the middle section takes up motifs of a french chansonette from Bizet’s Carmen.

Among the many pianists who have recorded this piano concert, Clifford Curzon is remarkable for dispensing with exaggerations and mannerisms in his interpretation. His outstanding technique and analytic skills combine to produce a rendering of impeccable homogeneity.

The fine sound quality is yet another attractive feature of this impressive recording.

DirectorGeorg Solti
OrquestaVienna Philharmonic
SolistasClifford Curzon

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