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Vladimir Horowitz - Highlights From The Carnegie Hall Concerts flac album

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Performer: Vladimir Horowitz
Title: Highlights From The Carnegie Hall Concerts
Released: 1989
Style: Classical
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.9 ✦
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Exclusive Prime pricing. Horowitz: The Historic Return; Carnegie Hall 1965; The 1966 Concerts. Although not generally aknowledged, Arthur Rubinstein's 1961 Carnegie Hall Highlights album was patched, and most live recordings today are actually compilations from several performances.

Vladimir Horowitz Hadn’t played a concert in almost 12 years when he decided to test the waters. To get the feeling of being on stage again, the legendary pianist arranged to rehearse in Carnegie Hall, the scene of great New York triumphs from his 1928 debut to his 25th anniversary recital in 1953 when he last performed in public.

Vladimir Horowitz (piano). Release Date: 25th Oct 1993. Catalogue No: G010000914304W. Best Engineered Album, Classical. Classical Album of the Year.

By Vladimir Horowitz. Horowitz at the White House. Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 30 (Live). Vladimir Horowitz in Recital at Ambassador College, Pasadena, February 22, 1976. More Vladimir Horowitz. Listen to Horowitz: The Historic Return; Carnegie Hall 1965; The 1966 Concerts now. Listen to Horowitz: The Historic Return; Carnegie Hall 1965; The 1966 Concerts in full in the this site app. Play on this site. Originally released 1965, 1967, 1971 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT.

Album · 2012 · 19 Songs. Opening Applause to Horowitz Recital of November 27, 1966 (Live). Piano Sonata No. 23 in F Major, Hob. XVI:23. By Franz Joseph Haydn.

DISC 37 January 8, 1978, Carnegie Hall, (live) DISC 38 Horowitz' "Private Collection" of Carnegie Hall live recordings 1945-1946 Compilation DISC 39 Horowitz' "Private Collection" 1947 Compilation DISC 40 Horowit' "Private Collection" 1948 Compilation DISC 41 Horowitz' "Private Collection" 1949-1960 Compilation.

This album is included in the following sets: HOROWITZ Live at Carnegie Hall, Volume 1 (1948) - PAKM071. Concert of 2 February 1948 Music by Haydn, Schubert, Scriabin, Kabalevsky, Chopin, Scarlatti, Moszkowski, Schumann, Liszt-Horowitz. Total duration: 79:52 (CD) & 92:59 (Download, includes encores). Vladimir Horowitz, piano. This recording is the first of a collection of recordings made for Vladimir Horowitz's private use of concerts given in New York's Carnegie Hall. The recordings were captured on 78rpm acetate discs and survive in various states of disrepair in a collection held at Yale University. I have worked from high quality transfers which had had side joins made (with various degrees of success) but no further processing or cleaning up.

Vladimir Horowitz’s epic disappearance from the stage between 1953 and 1965 has remained mysterious to the music world. In summary, Horowitz lapsed into a debilitating depression after a confrontation with conductor George Szell following their performance on January 12, 1953. The early years of the retirement were unpleasant, but Horowitz’s condition gradually improved, and he formulated plans to return in 1957. The pianist set such strict conditions for any concert date – Sunday afternoons only, playing his personal piano packed up from his living room, in halls that held at least 1,800 people, in cities that he liked – that many people who loved his playing and sought out all of his recordings were never able to hear him in performance. And so the news that Horowitz was coming back to Carnegie Hall on May 9, 1965, after an absence of a dozen years, was good news indeed.

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1 Sonata In E Major L. 23
Composed By – Domenico Scarlatti
3:11
2 Sonata In G Major L.335
Composed By – Domenico Scarlatti
2:06
3 Ballade In G Minor, op.23
Composed By – Frédéric Chopin
8:53
4 Sonata No. 9, Op. 68
Composed By – Alexander Scriabine
7:14
5 Vallée d'Obermann
Composed By – Franz Liszt
9:18
6 Arabesque, Op. 18
Composed By – Robert Schumann
13:03
7 Mazurka In C Sharp Minor. Op. 30, No. 4
Composed By – Frédéric Chopin
3:54
8 Etude In F Major. Op.10, No.8
Composed By – Frédéric Chopin
2:34
9 Mazurka In B Minor. Op. 33, No.14
Composed By – Frédéric Chopin
4:35
10 Etude In D Sharp Minor Op. 8 No. 12
Composed By – Alexander Scriabine
2:16
11 Lísle Joyeuse
Composed By – Claude Debussy
6:01
12 Etude In A Flat Major Op. 71 No. 11
Composed By – Moritz Moszkowski
1:32
13 Träumerei From Kinderszenen Op. 15
Composed By – Robert Schumann
2:45
14 Variantions On A Theme From Bizet's Carmen
Composed By – Vladimir Horowitz
4:07

Notes

Recording Details :
- May 9, 1965 in New York City, Carnegie Hall
- April 17, 1966 in New York City, Carnegie Hall
- November 27, 1966 in New York City, Carnegie Hall
- January 2 - 3, & February 1, 1968 in New York City, Carnegie Hall

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