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Grigori Ginzburg - Grigory Ginzburg: His Early Recordings, Vol. 1 - Liszt, Beethoven, Balakirev & Ginzburg mp3 download
Grigory Ginzburg: His Early Recordings, Vol. 1 - Liszt, Beethoven, Balakirev & Ginzburg.
Grigory Ginzburg was born into a family with no musical traditions Ginzburg made his debut as a pianist in 1922, when he sensationally played Franz Liszt's Piano.
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Ginzburg’s first piano teacher was his mother, with whom he studied before entering the music school in his home town. His parents took their five-year-old son to play for the great pianist and teacher Alexander Goldenweiser, with whose wife Anna he studied initially; but at the age of twelve he went to Goldenweiser himself and studied with him for eight years, graduating from the Moscow Conservatory with the Gold Medal. Great Artists in Moscow Conservatoire: Liszt - Grigory Ginzburg, Moscow State Conservatory. Frederic Chopin: Piano music 1 - Gregory Ginzburg, Monopole. Russian Treasure - Liszt, Rubinstein, Multisonic. Russian Treasure - Tchaikovsky, Schumann, Multisonic.
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Grigory Ginzburg - one of the great Russian pianists of the 20th century and student of Alexander Goldenweiser. The following quotes from interviews Grigory Ginzburg gave in 1946, 1947 and 1949 will givee you with an insight into the pianist. Thanks to a YouTuber who identifies himself as xper2exper for posting these quotes: "I can say only one thing: I hated practicing, never played the piano more than three hours a day. And even now, though for different reasons, I am unable to practice for more than three hours: I simply get too tired. But early on I did not play longer because three hours were enough to do whatever I had to and that was that
Digital Booklet: The Russian Piano Tradition: Grigory Ginzburg: His Early Recordings, Vol. 2 (1948-1953). Performer: Grigory Ginzburg. To say the least, the discovery of Grigory Ginzburg (1904-61) by Western listeners will come as a revelation. Here is a Golden Age talent of immense range who was buried in the Soviet system his entire working life. Although he ventured out on a few European tours, Ginzburg was ensconced as a professor at the Moscow Conservatory and recorded exclusively for the state record label, Melodiya. If you've never heard him in Liszt, be prepared to have your eyes opened. The Lisztian tradition survived in Russia longer and stronger than in the West.
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Ginzburg is famous for his piano touch that has ties with the tradition of 19th century players such as Franz Liszt. His eclectic repertoire and his art of transcription make of him one of the most special performers in piano history. Grigory Ginzburg: Live Recordings, 3 volumes (6CDs), Vox Aeterna, 2006. Russian Piano School: Goldenweiser & Ginzburg, RCD, 2004. Great Pianists of The 20th Century, Vo. 7 Grigory Ginsburg, Philips, 1999. The Gregory Ginzburg Legacy, 10 Volumes (11CDs), Arlecchino. Grigory Ginzburg ロシアピアノの巨匠達, 3 volumes, Triton . Beethoven: Violin Sonata N. & N. (vn . ogan). Beethoven/Liszt: Ruinen von Athen Fantasia (Cond. auk, Radio Symphony Orchestra). Bellini/Liszt: Norma Fantasia.
|Ruins of Athens, incidental music, Op. 113|
|1||Turkish March||Grigori Ginzburg||2:10|
|2||Hungarian Rhapsody, for piano No. 10 in E major (I & II), S.244/10 (LW A132/10)||Grigori Ginzburg||4:42|
|3||Hungarian Rhapsody, for piano No. 11 in A minor, S. 244/11 (LW A132/11)||Grigori Ginzburg||5:29|
|4||Les Cloches de Genève, for piano (Années I/9), S. 160/9 (LW A159/9)||Grigori Ginzburg||6:13|
|5||La Campanella I, etude for piano in B minor (Transcendental Paganini Etude No. 3), S. 140/3 (LW A52/3)||Grigori Ginzburg||4:28|
|6||Arpeggio, etude for piano in E major (Transcendental Paganini Etudes No. 4), S. 140/4 (LW A52/4)||Grigori Ginzburg||2:14|
|7||La chasse, etude for piano (Transcendental Paganini Etude No. 5), S. 140/5 (LW A52/2)||Grigori Ginzburg||2:51|
|Venezia e Napoli II (3), for piano (Années, supplement to II), S. 162 (LW A197)|
|10||Rigoletto: paraphrase de concert (after Verdi), for piano, S. 434 (LW A187)||Grigori Ginzburg||6:34|
|11||Fantasie über Motive aus Figaro und Don Juan, for piano (after Mozart), S. 697 (LW A90)||Grigori Ginzburg||15:46|
|12||Fantasy on a Theme from Il barbiere di Siviglia, for piano (after Rossini)||Grigori Ginzburg||4:19|
|13||Islamey, Oriental fantasy for piano||Grigori Ginzburg||8:25|
CreditsFerruccio Busoni - Arranger
Bryan Crimp - Liner Notes, Transfers
Grigori Ginzburg - Piano, Primary Artist
Sir John Hall - Consultant
Pierre-Martin Juban - Liner Note Translation
Ludwig Madlener - Liner Note Translation
Anton Rubinstein - Transcription
Michael Spring - Executive Producer