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‘Atlanta’s Stage’: Following the 6 degrees of separation one artist introduces us to the next, each showing the world their Atlanta, it strength of creative collaboration and comraderie. We are introduced to the Atlanta Ballet by ballerina Tara Lee…
Length
26 mins
Prog. No.
6569
In 1808 the composer and violinist Louis Spohr was invited to a rehearsal in Beethoven's house of the D Major Piano Trio, Opus 70, No.1 known as The Ghost, and wrote of the occasion: "It was not an enjoyable experience. First of all the piano was…
Length
29 mins
Prog. No.
3639
Three of the world's leading jazz guitarists - Charlie Byrd, Barney Kessel and Herb Ellis, tour Europe following their successful Carnegie Hall concert.
Length
27 mins
Prog. No.
3320
A concert by these acclaimed pianists, each from widely differing piano disciplines, features them improvising together. Solo performances punctuate the concert
Length
30 mins
Prog. No.
6317
The starting point of Shchedrin's composition is the tune from Chopin's Prelude in C minor No.28 Op.20. Recorded in the Kongressaal in Munich, it is performed by Rodion Shchedrin himself, Nicolas Economou, Paul Gulda and the American jazz pianist…
Length
16 mins
Prog. No.
6342
This live recording captures the memorable occasion when these two famous jazz pianists met for the first time in the Kongressaal during the Munich Klaviersommer 1983. On two pianos, they play an exciting version of Round Midnight.
Length
8 mins
Prog. No.
6269
The three Sonatinas Opus 137 were written in 1816, one of Schubert’s happiest and most prolific years. He modelled them on the Sonatas of Mozart, but they are full of unmistakable Schubertian lyricism which was much admired by Brahms. The arpeggione…
Length
27 mins
Prog. No.
3671
In this concert, recorded live at the Munich Philharmonie, pianist Friedrich Gulda is joined by Limpe Fuchs, who plays various instruments, including piano, several types of flute, percussion and stringed instruments. Gulda and Fuchs play a selection…
Length
29 mins
Prog. No.
6326
This recording captures a spontaneous piano duo in the Munich Philharmonie, which clearly illustrates the common background of these two pianists in the Vienna of the 1940s and '50s.
Length
9 mins
Prog. No.
6277