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9 thoughts on “ Trois Nouvelles Études - Alfred Cortot - Cortot Chopin Album (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Mar 19,  · Cortot plays chopin etudes op Rec. No 1 No 2 No 3 No 4 No 5 No 6 No 7 No 8 No 9 No 10
  2. alfred cortot / chopin cortot joue chopin: nocturnes n° 2 - études n° 3,5,8,9,12 - impromptu op - prélude op n° 15 movieplay - S - - España -
  3. Sep 26,  · In , Cortot recorded a massive volume of Chopin works: over the course of the five days from July 4 to 8, the great pianist recorded the 24 Preludes, 4 Ballades, 12 Etudes Op, Second and Third Sonatas, 4 Impromptus, 6th Polonaise, Fantaisie, Barcarolle, and Tarantelle – a staggering amount of music to commit to disc in the age of 78rpm records.
  4. Trois nouvelles études Alt ernative. Title Name Translations Trois Nouvelles Études; 3 Nuovi Studi: Name Aliases Tre nuovi Studi; Trois nouvelles etudes; Τρεις νέες σπουδές: Authorities Wikipedia: Composer Chopin, Frédéric: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. B I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IFC 73 Movements/Sections Mov Authorities: Wikipedia.
  5. Additionally (and a real gem), the CD includes the Trois Nouvelles Etudes. These three short pieces, recorded by Cortot in are wonderfully executed (especially the Etude No. 2, played third in the sequence, truly magnificent playing!), and enhance for me what is an excellent CD and available at exceptional value. Highly recommended.5/5(7).
  6. Liszt "La leggierezza" (Trois études de concert, n.2 in f minor, Cortot ending) Saint-Saëns Etude en forme de valse op n.6 CD 9 — // Debussy Preludes, book I Ravel Sonatine in f# minor Jeux d'eau Franck Prélude, aria et final in E CD 10 — Chopin () Four Ballades Four Impromptus Fantaisie in f minor op Tarantelle in /5(47).
  7. Feb 11,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Alfred Cortot plays Chopin • Nouvelle Etude No. 2 in A Flat Major YouTube Alfred Cortot - Chopin Waltzes () - Duration: Ozan Guvener , views.
  8. Category:Cortot, Alfred/Editor (The following text was automatically transcluded from Category:Cortot, Alfred.) Works by this person are most likely not public domain within the EU and in those countries where the copyright term is life+70 years.
  9. Sep 26,  · I first heard Alfred Cortot when I was a boy. The magic of his recording of Chopin’s Étude op. 25 no. 1 made an indelible impression on me – it made me almost gasp. It wasn’t just the incredible beauty of his sound but also the flexibility of his timings – especially the way he stretched the melody line, and the personal stamp he brought to it. It makes me hopping mad when people go.

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