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ON 4089

Rubinstein / Rachmaninov - Piano Concertos

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2012

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz


Nicholas Milton


Joseph Moog

piano

Venue:

Philharmonie Ludwigshafen

6-10 Jun 2011

Producer:

Ralf Kolbinger



Engineer:

Angela Öztanil



Record Label
Onyx

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 69:39
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ANTON RUBENSTEIN

 

Piano Concerto No.4 in D minor Op.70

 
1 I Moderato assai 11:29
2 II Andante 10:46
3 III Allegro 8:42
   
 

SERGEI RACHMANINOV

 

Piano Concerto No.3 in D minor Op.30

 
4 I Allegro ma non tanto 14:52
5 II Intermezzo. Adagio 10:49
6 III Finale. Alla breve 13:01
   
 Joseph Moog piano
 Nicholas Milton
   


This marks the Borodin’s third album for ONYX.

Haydn composed his six string quartets op33 between 1778 and 1781. He wrote that he had compsed then ’in a new and special way’. This was a rather mischievous claim, as the quartets do not represent a revolutionary compositional advance, rather a shift in style towards intimacy and subtlely from the flamboyant op.20 set of nearly ten years earlier. It was though, a rather good promotional and sales gimmick on Haydn’s part.

These quartets are the lightest and most humorous in nature of all his mature quartets and do break new ground in having scherzos in place of the old minuet. This new term and the nature of the scherzo would appeal in a few years time to Haydn’s young pupil from Bonn, Ludwig van Beethoven.

Good humour abounds throughout op33, especially the repeated false ending to the finale of no 2, where Haydn was said to have made a bet with friends that there would be applause at several points before the work ended. The nickname ’The Joke’ was quickly applied to this work.

"Joseph Moog is a young pianist with a superb technique and warm tone. He also composes... The superb performances are captured in audio quality that is excellent, rich and full... The Rubinstein indeed could be a reference edition, while I would recommend the Rachmaninoff to anyone who finds performances of this work hackneyed beyond endurance. Joseph Moog seems to be a pianist’s pianist."

Dave Saemann - Fanfare - September/October 2012




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