|Title:||Horowitz At Carnegie Hall (An Historic Return)|
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Complete Horowitz's recital in Carnegie Hall on May 9, 1965. Horowitz: The Historic Return; Carnegie Hall 1965; The 1966 Concerts. SME (от лица компании "RCA Red Seal"); Music Sales (Publishing)" и другие авторские общества (1).
Moderamente scherzando, un poco umoristico.
Album · 2009 · 28 Songs. Horowitz In Hamburg - The Last Concert. See All. Mozart: Piano Sonatas N., N. 1 "Alla Turca", N. 6 & N. 8.
Sony should put this on DVD immediately. The remaining volumes, 5 - 9, are assembled from Horowitz's 1969 - 1973 studio recordings and various recitals from 1966 - 1968
The Carnegie Hall tickets went on sale at 10 . on April 26. A line had begun to form the previous morning; by midnight, it had grown to 278 people, and by 7:30 on the morning of the 26th, there were 1,500 people waiting in line for tickets. For more than half a century, the prospect of an appearance by Vladimir Horowitz was always good news. In the months before the historic day of May 9, Horowitz went to Carnegie Hall – twice in January, twice in April – to play for his wife and close friends, before he decided he was ready to perform publicly. Columbia Masterworks recorded these intimate private recitals, as well as his subsequent rehearsals for his return in 1966, on tape, and they have remained almost entirely unreleased for more than 50 years.
Carnegie Hall (/kɑːrˈneɪɡi/ but more commonly /ˈkɑːrnɪɡi/) is a concert venue in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, United States, located at 881 Seventh Avenue, occupying the east side of Seventh Avenue between West 56th Street and West 57th Street, two blocks south of Central Park. Designed by architect William Burnet Tuthill and built by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in 1891, it is one of the most prestigious venues in the world for both classical music and popular music
Horowitz received piano instruction from an early age, initially from his mother, who was herself a pianist. In 1912 he entered the Kiev Conservatory, where he was taught by Vladimir Puchalsky, Sergei Tarnowsky, and Felix Blumenfeld. His first solo recital was in Kharkiv in 1920. Horowitz settled in the . in 1939, and became an American citizen in 1944. He made his television debut in a concert taped at Carnegie Hall on February 1, 1968, and broadcast nationwide by CBS on September 22 of that year. Despite rapturous receptions at recitals, Horowitz became increasingly unsure of his abilities as a pianist. On several occasions, the pianist had to be pushed onto the stage. Several times, he withdrew from public performances – during 1936 to 1938, 1953 to 1965, 1969 to 1974, and 1983 to 1985.
|Organ Toccata In C Major|
|A1.1||–Bach* / Busoni*||Prelude|
|A1.2||–Bach* / Busoni*||Intermezzo: Adagio|
|A1.3||–Bach* / Busoni*||Fugue|
|Fantasy In C Major, Op. 17|
|B1.1||–Schumann*||Fantastic And With Passion|
|B1.2||–Schumann*||Moderate, Energetic Throughout|
|B1.3||–Schumann*||Slow, Sustained And Tender Throughout|
|C1||–Scriabin*||Sonata No. 9 In F Major, Op. 68|
|C2||–Scriabin*||Poem In F-Sharp Minor, Op. 32, No. 1|
|C3||–Chopin*||Mazurka In C-Sharp Minor, Op. 30, No. 4|
|C4||–Chopin*||Étude In F Major, Op. 10, No. 8|
|D1||–Chopin*||Ballade In G Minor, Op. 23|
|D2||–Debussy*||Serenade For The Doll From "Children's Corner"|
|D3||–Scriabin*||Étude In C-Sharp Minor, Op. 2, No. 1|
|D4||–Moszkowski*||Étude In A-Flat Major, Op. 72, No. 11|
|D5||–Schumann*||Träumerei (Dream) From "Kinderszenen", Op. 15|
|M2S 728||Vladimir Horowitz||An Historic Return Horowitz At Carnegie Hall (A Recording Of His First Concert In Twelve Years) (2xLP, Pit)||Columbia Masterworks||M2S 728||US||1965|
|SET 2002, S 72.376 / S 72.377||Horowitz*||Horowitz A Carnegie Hall: Un Concert Historique (2xLP, Album, Gat)||CBS, CBS||SET 2002, S 72.376 / S 72.377||France||1965|
|M2S 728||Horowitz*||Horowitz At Carnegie Hall: An Historic Return (2xLP, Gat)||Columbia Masterworks||M2S 728||US||1965|
|M2L 328||Horowitz*||Horowitz At Carnegie Hall (An Historic Return) (2xLP, Album, RM)||Columbia Masterworks, Speakers Corner Records||M2L 328||Germany||2015|
|M2L 328||Vladimir Horowitz||An Historic Return Horowitz At Carnegie Hall (A Recording Of His First Concert In Twelve Years) (2xLP, Mono, Tra)||Columbia Masterworks||M2L 328||US||1965|