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A Scandinavian Kite Festival is coupled with the heart-felt music of Swedish composer, Björn J. Lindh.
Length
7 mins
Prog. No.
5293
A charming improvisational performance on the pipe organ. Gunnar Idenstam, visually accompanied by a ballerina, under the influence of Spanish rhythms. An extraordinary performance by an extraordinary artist.
Length
6 mins
Prog. No.
5292
A musical duel... An artistic masterpice... A grand piano competition between two of Scandinavia's finest pianists, Staffan Scheja and Roland Pöntinnen. A classical programme that will delight all audiences.
Length
6 mins
Prog. No.
5291
Recorded during the Munich Klaviersommer, Martha Argerich and Nicolas Economou play MOZART'S PIANO SONATA FOR FOUR HANDS KV 381.
Length
14 mins
Prog. No.
6224
Recorded at the Kongressaal, Munich, Martha Argerich plays the piano and Mischa Maisky the cello, in a performance of Robert Schumann's FANTASY PIECES NOS 1-3 OP.73.
Length
14 mins
Prog. No.
6226
Recorded live, this concert of piano music features solo performances of Debussy's ESTAMPES, Chopin's SCHERZO IN B FLAT MINOR and three NOUVELLES ETUDES by Nelson Freire. He is then joined by Martha Argerich and, together, they play Ravel's LA VALSE…
Length
61 mins
Prog. No.
6225
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

Violin virtuoso Dmitry Sitkovetsky plays his own arrangement for string trio of Bach's Goldberg Variations, with Gerard Causse (viola) and Mischa Maisky (cello).

Length
61 mins
Prog. No.
6235
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