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  • Composer: Adolph Gutmann, Carl Filtsch, Thomas Tellefsen, Mikull
  • Audio CD (27 Sept. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Naxos
  • ASIN: B0040MF27K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 435,412 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Œuvres de Karol Mikuli, Thomas Dyke Ackland Tellefsen, Carl Filtsch, Adolph Gutmann / Hubert Rutkowski, piano

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Four names new to the catalogue in music that bears the mark of the master. --Gramophone,Jan'11

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The excellent pianist Hubert Rutkowski recorded this unusually interesting and well-played CD last year in Poland. There are polonaises, mazurkas, impromptus, one each waltz, barcarolle, bolero, and nocturne composed by four of Chopin's pupils, the best=known of whom is Karol Mikuli, teacher of Raoul Koczalski. Unsurprisingly, many are reminiscent of Chopin, some surprisingly so, and a few uncannily. Rutkowski's performances are expert and committed. An exceptionally appealing collection, well-recorded, and of far greater interest than usual for such forgotten curiosities. It makes one long to hear the unpublished (and imaginary) Chopin compositions that James Hilton describes in "Lost Horizon" as played by another, also imaginary, Chopin student.

The pupil-composers besides Karol Mikuli (1819-1897) are Thomas Dyke Ackland Tellefsen (1823-1874), Carl Flitsch (1830-1845 who died aged 15; and Adolph Gutmann (1819-1882), to whom Chopin dedicated his third scherzo in C-sharp minor. Mr. Rutkowski has separately recorded a CD of piano pieces by Chopin's close friend, agent, and copyist Julian Fontana, who emigrated to the United States and died there.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Chopin's Students 19 April 2012
By Ferdinand Gajewski - Published on Amazon.com
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What a surprise. The (massive) Chopin bibliography gives the impression that Chopin's students were short on talent (oh well, Carl Filtsch is always mentioned as a genius). Take a look, too, at the Naxos CD featuring chamber music by Chopin's students, beautifully played by Proniewicz (violin) and Jakobidze-Gitman (piano).
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4.0 out of 5 stars Choopinesque Piano Works by His Pupils, Beautifully Played 5 April 2011
By Edgar Self - Published on Amazon.com
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The excellent young Polish pianist and prize-winner Hubert Rutkowski scores a hit with this unusually interesting program of piano works by four of Chopin's pupils: Karol Mikuli (1819-1897), Thomas Dyke Ackland Tellefsen (1823-1874), the short-lived, extremely talented Carl Filtsch (1830-1845), and Adolph Gutmann (1819--1882), to whom Chopin dedicated his third Scherzo in C-sharp minor.

There are polonaises, mazurkas, impromptus, one each nocturne, barcarolle, bolero, and valse and other pieces highly reminiscent of Chopin, some startlingly so. Mr. Rutkowski's playing is committed and expert, beautifully recorded last year in Poland. One of the best such collections I know. He has a separate CD of music by Chopin's close friend, agent, and copyist Julian Fontana, who emigrated to the U.S. and died there.

I was reminded of the imaginary unpublished Chopin works described by James Hilton in "Lost Horizon", played to his hero Hugh Conway by another of Chopin's pupils, an ancient Frenchman in the lamasery of Shangri-La (also imaginary, unfortunately).
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