Wilhelm Kempff - Piano Recital, 1962: Rameau, Couperin, Händel, Beethoven, Schubert mp3 downloadPerformer: Wilhelm Kempff
Title: Piano Recital, 1962: Rameau, Couperin, Händel, Beethoven, Schubert
Location: Schwetzinger Schloss
Released: April 30, 2013
Date of recording: May 11, 1962
Size MP3 version: 1315 mb
Size FLAC version: 1794 mb
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Wilhelm Kempff - Piano Recital, 1962: Rameau, Couperin, Händel, Beethoven, Schubert mp3 download
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Jean-Philippe Rameau. 2. Le rappel des oiseaux (Pièces de clavecin, deuxième ordre). Jean-Philippe Rameau. 3. Le carillon de Cithère (Pièces de clavecin, Troisième livre, No. 14). François Couperin. Suite für Klavier B-Dur, HWV 434.
With his Schwetzingen programme, he stepped outside the safe territory of works by composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert, which were usually expected by concert organisers and audiences alike. The opening pieces are likely to surprise even those familiar with Kempff as a performer of wide-ranging piano repertoire.
At his recital in Schwetzingen in 1962, Wilhelm Kempff confirmed his unique ability to connect exploratory, dreamful piano music in a repertoire with a broad radius and to give it clear gradations in all matters of style. In the process, he did not take this opportunity in Schwetzingen to follow a programmatic routine related to season and career, as is common in the risk-free assortment of works by Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert preferred by concert organizers. Rarely heard miniatures by Jean Philippe Rameau and Francois Couperin, forgotten by most practicing soloists, piano teachers and also the students following in their musical wake, show Kempff to be a musical acrobat and mystic of colors even on French territory.
Composer Franz Schubert. Solo Soloist Wilhelm Kempff. Venue Schwetzinger Schloss. Genre: Instrumental Classical. Solo: Wilhelm Kempff Soloist. 1. Nouvelles suites de Pieces de clavecin: Suite in A minor - major. Unexpected, even for Kempff, is the program he selected for this recital: miniatures of Rameau and Couperin show him as the sonic acrobat and mystic colorist. Though taped in 1962, the sound on the present disc is better than average for its time.
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Beethoven: The Complete Piano Sonatas. Kempff's Baroque pedigree stemmed from the influence of his father, also named Wilhelm Kempff, and his grandfather Cantor Friedrick Kempff, both of whom were organists, and who taught the budding prodigy much of the organ's core repertoire. In fact, Kempff's youthful debut as an organist took place before his first recital as a pianist in 1907
Wilhelm Walter Friedrich Kempff (25 November 1895 – 23 May 1991) was a German pianist and composer. Although his repertoire included Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Schumann, Liszt and Brahms, Kempff was particularly well known for his interpretations of the music of Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert, recording the complete sonatas of both composers. He is considered to have been one of the chief exponents of the Germanic tradition during the 20th century and one of the greatest pianists of all time.
|1||Les trios mains (Nouvelles Suites No. 4) Jean-Philippe Rameau||Wilhelm Kempff||3:55|
|2||Le rappel des oiseaux (Pièces de clavecin, deuxième ordre) Jean-Philippe Rameau||Wilhelm Kempff||3:12|
|3||Le carillon de Cithère (Pièces de clavecin, Troisième livre, No. 14) François Couperin||Wilhelm Kempff||3:29|
|Suite für Klavier B-Dur, HWV 434|
|4||4. Menuett g-Moll George Frederick Handel||Wilhelm Kempff||3:39|
|5||Pastorale variée B-Dur, KV Anh. C 26.01 (attrib.) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart||Wilhelm Kempff||5:58|
|Klaviersonate No. 22 F-Dur, Op. 54|
|6||1. In tempo d'un Menuetto Ludwig van Beethoven||Wilhelm Kempff||5:41|
|7||2. Allegretto Ludwig van Beethoven||Wilhelm Kempff||6:06|
|Klaviersonate a-Moll, D. 845 Op. 42|
|8||1. Moderato Franz Schubert||Wilhelm Kempff||8:13|
|9||2. Andante poco mosso Franz Schubert||Wilhelm Kempff||8:48|
|10||3. Scherzo. Allegro vivace - Trio. Un poco più lento Franz Schubert||Wilhelm Kempff||5:14|
|11||4. Rondo. Allegro vivace Franz Schubert||Wilhelm Kempff||4:56|
|12||Impromptu Ges-Dur, D. 899 No. 3 Franz Schubert||Wilhelm Kempff||6:38|
CreditsIrmgard Bauer - Digital Remastering
Ludwig van Beethoven - Composer
Peter Cosse - Liner Notes
François Couperin - Composer
Peter Ewert - Booklet Editor
Frau Fleck - Engineer
Hans Hachmann - Executive Producer
George Frederick Handel - Composer
Gerold Hug - Liner Notes
Wilhelm Kempff - Piano, Primary Artist
Margarete Koch - Art Direction
Bernd Lossen - Engineer
Sören Meyer-Eller - Executive Producer
Rudolf Mittag - Artistic Director
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Composer
Ingi Paris - Cover Photo, Inlay Photography, Photography
Andreas Priemer - Digital Remastering
Jean-Philippe Rameau - Composer
Franz Schubert - Composer
Marlene Weber-Schäfer - Liner Notes, Production Plan