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AV 2192

Rachmaninov - Piano Concertos 2 & 3

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2011

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra


Vasily Petrenko


Simon Trpceski

piano

Venue:

Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool

8&9 Apr / 1 Aug 2009

Producer:

John Fraser



Engineer:

David A. Pigott



Record Label
Avie Records

Genre:

Piano


Orchestral & Concertos

Total Time - 75:35
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SERGEI RACHMANINOV

 

Piano Concerto No.2

 
1 I Moderato 10:20
2 II Adagio sostenuto 11:40
3 III Allegro scherzando 11:39
   
 

Piano Concerto No.3

 
4 I Allegro ma non tanto 16:53
5 II Intermezzo: Adagio 10:44
6 III Finale: Alla breve 14:19
   

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Rachmaninoff: Piano Concertos Nos 2 and 3 – Simon Trpceski, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Petrenko

‘On one of the occasions when I was listening to this disc I read through a pair of essays, one on each of the two concertos, by the late Michael Steinberg, from which I’ve already quoted. Towards the end of his essay on the Third Concerto Steinberg has this to say: “As in the Second Concerto, Rachmaninov sees the soloist not merely as someone who can sing soulfully and thunder imposingly, but as an alert, flexible, responsive musician who knows how to listen, blend and accompany.” I’d say that in both of these performances Simon Trpceski fits the bill admirably. I certainly wouldn’t dismiss the Hough recordings – he’s far too able and thoughtful a pianist for that – but my preference is for this new Trpceski coupling. A follow-up disc of the First and Fourth Concertos together with the ‘Paganini’ Rhapsody is on the way from Avie and that’s eagerly awaited. For now, however, this present disc is a fine achievement, which I’ve enjoyed immensely.’

John Quinn, Music Web International



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