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Horowitz Plays Rachmaninoff. Horowitz Plays Rachmaninov. Yes, Virginia, Rach 3 existed before David Helfgott and Shine.
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Horowitz Plays Rachmaninoff (1989). Vladimir Horowitz made a recording in 1951 that continues to be the delight and despair of every pianist, notwithstanding standard cuts and minor, nerve-induced inaccuracies. Vladimir Horowitz made three "official" recordings of Rachmaninoff's formidable Third Concerto
By Sergei Rachmaninoff, Vladimir Horowitz. Listen to Horowitz Plays Rachmaninoff in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
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For Horowitz already knew tumultuous recognition. He had already vanquished audiences in great cities like Leningrad, Berlin, Paris and Rome. Something else happened to him-it happened a few days after his arrival in the city which was to become his home; and one day before he was to conquer it with a flaming performance of Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto, Horowitz realized what was to him an even greater dream. He met his idol, Sergei Rachmaninov. Rachmaninov was then fifty-five. According to Emilio Fuchs, Alexander Greiner heard Rachmaninoff firmly tell Horowitz to play the first movement of the Third Concerto faster, and Horowitz complied-at least at that two-piano rehearsal with the composer. And Mr. Kocsis plays the concerto at the speed SVR himself recorded.
|Sonata In B-Flat Minor, Op. 36||(20:44)|
|A1||Allegro Agitato. Meno Mosso.|
|A2||Non Allegro; Lento. Più Mosso.|
|A3||Allegro Molto. Poco Meno Mosso. Presto.|
|B1||Prelude In G-Sharp Minor, Op. 32||2:56|
|B2||Moment Musical In B Minor, Op. 16||6:45|
|B3||E-Flat Minor, Op. 33||1:37|
|B4||C Major, Op. 33||2:25|
|B5||D Major, Op. 39||3:27|
- Composed By – Rachmaninoff*
- Engineer – Edward T. Graham, Raymond Moore*
- Liner Notes – James Bakst
- Piano – Horowitz*
- Producer – Richard Killough, Thomas Frost
NotesThe following are the concerts from which these recordings have been drawn:
Carnegie Hall, New York – December 1968
Academy Of Music, Philadelphia – December 1968
Constitution Hall, Washington, DC – December 1967
Carnegie Hall, New York – November 1967
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- Other (Library of Congress Catalog Card Number): 75-751840
|S 72 940||Horowitz*, Rachmaninoff*||Horowitz*, Rachmaninoff* - Horowitz Spielt Rachmaninoff (LP)||CBS||S 72 940||Germany||1971|
|M 30464||Horowitz* Plays Rachmaninoff*||Horowitz* Plays Rachmaninoff* - Horowitz Plays Rachmaninoff (LP)||Columbia Masterworks||M 30464||US||1971|
|MPT 39757||Vladimir Horowitz - Rachmaninoff*||Vladimir Horowitz - Rachmaninoff* - Piano Sonata No. 2 - Prelude Op. 32 - Moment Musical Op. 16 - Etudes - Tableaux (Cass, Album, RE)||CBS, CBS Masterworks||MPT 39757||US||1985|
|CBS 72940||Horowitz*, Rachmaninoff*||Horowitz*, Rachmaninoff* - Horowitz Plays Rachmaninoff (LP, Album)||CBS||CBS 72940||Italy||1976|
|S 72940||Horowitz*, Rachmaninoff*||Horowitz*, Rachmaninoff* - Horowitz Plays Rachmaninoff (LP)||CBS||S 72940||UK||1971|