Arthur Rubinstein - Rubinstein Collection, Vol. 29 mp3 downloadPerformer: Arthur Rubinstein
Title: Rubinstein Collection, Vol. 29
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Arthur Rubinstein - Rubinstein Collection, Vol. 29 mp3 download
Rubinstein Collection, Vol. 44: All Chopin: Piano Concertos Nos. 1/2; Trois nouvelles etudes, Op. posth.
Arthur Rubinstein’s 82 years before the public comprised one of the longest and most fulfilling piano careers in history. He adored giving concerts, and audiences in turn responded to the communicative immediacy and emotional balance governing the pianist’s red-blooded and generous approach to music making. Rubinstein also loved to make recordings, and he left behind a considerable discography that basically began in 1928 and ended during the 89-year-old veteran’s final concert season in 1976.
Arthur Rubinstein (January 28, 1887 – December 20, 1982) was a Polish-American pianist. His first recording was made in 1910, but his major recording career was between 1928 and 1976. Rubinstein's first recording was made in 1910; he recorded Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 10 for the Polish "Favorit" label.
On the bonus DVDs: Rubinstein Remembered, a documentary chronicling his life, and The Benefit Recital for Israel from 1975. In the 164-page full-color hardcover book: a wealth of essays and photos plus complete discography, track listings and discographical notes. And on those 142 CDs?
49, Barcarolle, Berceuse album. Arthur Rubinstein Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
It features all the legendary pianist's issued recordings made by RCA Victor between 1940 and 1976, and includes one LP issued on the DECCA label in 1978. The collection also includes the recordings Rubinstein made in England for the English label His Master's Voice (HMV) between 1928 and 1940, most of which were released in the United States by RCA on its Victor label
One of the great poets of the piano, Rubinstein is heard here on every RCA Victor album he made from 1940-76, and also on one Decca album from 1978. Lastly, you'll hear the fine recordings he made in England for HMV between 1928 and 1940 plus the world-premiere release of two Carnegie Hall concerts from December 8 and 10, 1961 (featuring works by Debussy and Chopin). On the bonus DVDs: Rubinstein Remembered, a documentary chronicling his life, and The Benefit Recital for Israel from 1975. In the 164-page full-color hardcover book: a wealth of essays and photos plus complete discography,.
Explore releases from the The Rubinstein Collection label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for The Rubinstein Collection releases. The Rubinstein Collection. Profile: A series of 82 volumes (94 CDs) release by RCA Red Seal in 1999 in a luxury cabinet as hardcover digibooks with notes in English, German and French.
|1||Waltz for piano No. 1 in E flat major, Op. 18, CT. 207||Arthur Rubinstein|
|Waltzes (3) for piano, Op. 34, CT. 208-210|
|2||1 in A flat major||Arthur Rubinstein|
|3||2 in A minor||Arthur Rubinstein|
|4||3 in F major||Arthur Rubinstein|
|5||Waltz for piano No. 5 in A flat major, Op. 42, CT. 211||Arthur Rubinstein|
|Waltzes (3) for piano, Op. 64, CT. 212-214|
|6||1 "Minute" in D flat major||Arthur Rubinstein|
|7||2 in C sharp minor||Arthur Rubinstein|
|8||3 in A flat major||Arthur Rubinstein|
|Waltzes (2) for piano, Op. 69, CT. 215-216|
|9||1 "L'adieu" in A flat major||Arthur Rubinstein|
|10||2 in B minor||Arthur Rubinstein|
|Waltzes (3) for piano, Op. 70, CT. 217-219|
|11||1 in G flat major||Arthur Rubinstein|
|12||2 in F minor||Arthur Rubinstein|
|13||3 in D flat major||Arthur Rubinstein|
|14||Waltz for piano in E minor, KK IVa/15, CT. 222 (B. 56)||Arthur Rubinstein|
|15||Fantasy for piano in F minor/A flat major, Op. 49, C. 42||Arthur Rubinstein|
|16||Barcarolle for piano in F sharp major, Op. 60, CT. 6||Arthur Rubinstein|
|17||Berceuse for piano in D flat major, Op. 57, CT. 7||Arthur Rubinstein|
CreditsJohn Bulmer - Cover Photo
Hsi-Ling Chang - Engineer
Kathleen Finnegan - Editorial Coordinator
Daniel Guss - Executive Producer
Harold Hagopian - Reissue Producer
Nathaniel S. Johnson - Compilation Producer, Production Supervisor, Reissue Producer
Albert Lee - Art Direction
Thomas MacCluskey - Engineer
Lynne S. Mazza - Editorial Supervision, Project Supervisor
John Pfeiffer - Producer
Arthur Rubinstein - Piano, Primary Artist
Harvey Sachs - Liner Notes
Nancy Lee Swift - Research