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Beethoven/Liszt/Mendelssohn - Piano Works CD


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Disc: 1

  1. Rondo in E flat, Op. 11
  2. Andante in F, Wo0. 57
  3. Rondo Brilliante in D flat, J. 260
  4. Grillen (from Fantaiestucke, Op. 12)
  5. Romance No. 2
  6. Vogel als Prophet (from Waldszenen, Op.82)
  7. Scherzo in E minor, Op. 16, No. 2
  8. Song without words No. 3 in A, Op.19, No. 3
  9. Song without words No. 22 in F, Op. 53, No. 4
  10. Etude caracteristique, Op. 2, No. 6
  11. Etude de Concert No.2 in F minor
  12. Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 in C sharp minor
  13. Liebestraume No. 3 in A flat
  14. Isoldes Liebestod (fragment)
  15. Tannhauser Overture

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Weber/Tausig : Rondo brillant, op.65, J.260, "Invitation à la danse" - Mendelssohn : Scherzo, op.16 n°2 - Romances sans paroles n°3 op.19 & n°22 op.53 - Liszt : Rhapsodie hongroise n°2 - Etude de concert n°2 - Rêve d'amour n°3 - Wagner-Liszt : Ouverture de Tannhauser / Benno Moiseiwitsch, piano<br>

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5.0 out of 5 stars Transcendental pianism 8 Jun. 2004
By Luke birkla - Published on Amazon.com
This issue is spectacular. Sound quality, for me is of little consideration when buying a cd. One has to learn to glimpse beneath the veneer of hiss and cracking, and hear the soul and artistry of the player.
This cd, has been beautifully transferred, and reveals the genius of Benno Moiseiwitsch. His artistry is beyond description, it transcends the categories we are used to hearing. Technically, and emotionally, this is a unique record, of a particular tradition or school of pianists. I have never heard piano playing like this, and don't expect to. I shall say no more...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Moiseiwitsch playing Liszt, Schumann, Mendelssohn and others 21 Aug. 2007
By Amy - Published on Amazon.com
If you wonder what a piano can do under the hands of an effortless technician start by listening to Weber's Invitation to the Dance. Moiseiwitsch's sprints through Hummel's E flat Rondo and Mendelssohn's E minor Scherzo. Moiseiwitsch nonchalantly plays Henselt's fingertwisting etude Si Oiseau J Etais. Moiseiwitsch's Liszt playing is amazing. Few other pianists in history have made Liszt's arrangement of Wagner's Tannhauser Overture sound so utterly easy to play, or the Third Liebestraume and Second Hungarian Rhapsody so unhackneyed, heartfelt, and natural as breathing. Play the F minor Etude de Concert and you'll be awestruck by Moiseiwitsch's controlled freedom at the piano. This is one of my all time favorite piano recordings, and I envy anyone hearing it for the first time. Schumann's Prophet Bird and F sharp Romance also show the pianist's eloquent lyricism. On the cd there is also two Mendelssohn Songs Without Words, and the Wagner/Liszt Liebestod. This cd is one that all piano lovers can afford, and no piano lover can afford to miss.
5.0 out of 5 stars Astounding Pianism 16 Oct. 2013
By Polymath - Published on Amazon.com
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In 50 years of listening to many classical pianists I have rarely if ever heard anyone play the Romantic repertoire with the remarkable combination of lyrical expression and effortless virtuosity that Benno Moiseiwitsch displays on this CD. What more is there to say?
One little comment having nothing to do with the CD per se. I take minor issue with the lead-in Editorial Review: namely, while Moiseiwitsch's reading of the Liszt transcription of the Tannhauser Overture is indeed fantastic, Bolet's, while not quite as magisterial, is nonetheless not too shabby!
4 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars untitled 8 Sept. 2004
By Seth Joseph Rosenbloom - Published on Amazon.com
Just listen to the Wagner-Liszt overture, and you'll know why I gave this item five stars.
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