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Piano Recital: Schimpf, Alexander - RAVEL, M. / SCRIABIN, A. / SCHUBERT, F.

Piano Recital: Schimpf, Alexander - RAVEL, M. / SCRIABIN, A. / SCHUBERT, F.

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Alexander Schimpf

Soloist

Venue:

Studio 2, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich



Record Label
Oehms Classics

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 73:08
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Piano Recital: Schimpf, Alexander - RAVEL, M. / SCRIABIN, A. / SCHUBERT, F.

     
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MAURICE RAVEL

 

Le tombeau de Couperin (version for piano)

 
1 No. 1. Prelude 3:04
     
2 No. 2. Fugue 3:20
     
3 No. 3. Forlane 5:38
     
4 No. 4. Rigaudon 3:29
     
5 No. 5. Menuet 5:10
     
6 No. 6. Toccata 4:07
     
 

ALEXANDER SCRIABIN

 

5 Preludes, Op. 74

 
7 No. 1. Douloureux dechirant 1:19
     
8 No. 2. Tres lent, contemplatif 1:25
     
9 No. 3. Allegro drammatico 0:43
     
10 No. 4. Lent, vague, indecis 1:42
     
11 No. 5. Fier belliqueux 1:11
     
 

FRANZ SCHUBERT

 

Piano Sonata No. 21 in B flat major, D. 960

 
12 I. Molto moderato 20:17
     
13 II. Andante sostenuto 9:23
     
14 III. Scherzo: Allegro vivace con delicatezza 3:48
     
15 IV. Allegro ma non troppo 8:32
     
 Alexander Schimpf Soloist


During the past years, Alexander Schimpf has attracted attention thanks to an impressive series of important successes at competitions, first by winning the prize of the German Music Competition in 2008 (an award that no pianist had won for 14 years), first prize at the International Beethoven Competition in Vienna in 2009 and finally first prize in 2011 at the International Piano Competition in Cleveland/USA as the first German pianist in the history of the competition ever to win first prize. Since these major successes, his career has taken on international dimensions - his concert calendar for 2011 alone included debut performances at the Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Konzerthaus in Berlin as well as at Zankel Hall/Carnegie Hall in New York.
 
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