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Wilhelm Backhaus - Wilhelm Backhaus 1908-1935: A Journey in His Studio Recordings mp3 download

Performer: Wilhelm Backhaus
Title: Wilhelm Backhaus 1908-1935: A Journey in His Studio Recordings
Style: Keyboard
Duration: 01:10:54
Size MP3 version: 1108 mb
Size FLAC version: 1393 mb
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Genre: Classical

Wilhelm Backhaus - Wilhelm Backhaus 1908-1935: A Journey in His Studio Recordings mp3 download


Wilhelm Backhaus 1908-1935: A Journey in His Studio Recordings.

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17: no 2, Ständchen by Richard Strauss Performer: Wilhelm Backhaus (Piano roll) Period: Romantic .

Wilhelm Backhaus 1908-1935: A Journey in His Studio Recordings.

Wilhelm Backhaus - Short Biography. Recordings of Solo Keyboard Works. K-1. Backhaus - The Complete British Acoustic Recordings 1908-25. WTC 1: Prelude & Fugue No. 3 in C sharp major, BWV 848. Wilhelm Backhaus (Piano). Recorded in London, England. K-3. Wilhelm Backhaus 1908-1935: A Journey in His Studio Recordings. Bach-Lucas: Pastorale (Mvt. 1 (10)) from BWV 248/2, transcribed for piano WTC 1: Prelude & Fugue No. 22 in B flat minor, BWV 867

Wilhelm Backhaus ('Bachaus' on some record labels) (26 March 1884 – 5 July 1969) was a German pianist and pedagogue. He was particularly well known for his interpretations of Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Chopin and Brahms. He was also much admired as a chamber musician. Born in Leipzig, Backhaus was the son of a well-known architect. He began learning piano at the age of four with his mother, an amateur pianist.

Wilhelm Backhaus ('Bachaus' on some record labels) (26 March 1884 – 5 July 1969) was a German pianist and pedagogue. He was particularly well known for his interpretations of Beethoven and romantic music such as that by Brahms. Wilhelm Backhaus ('Bachaus' on some record labels) (26 March 1884 – 5 July 1969) was a German pianist and pedagogue. He seems to have favoured Bösendorfer pianos as he can be seen playing this instrument in commercial videos with Karl Böhm and Hans Knappertsbusch conducting. His original photograph and handwritten letter of appreciation of the Bösendorfer can also be seen in their main showroom in Vienna.

Backhaus studied at the conservatoire in Leipzig with Alois Reckendorf until 1899, later taking private lessons with Eugen d'Albert in Frankfurt am Main. He made his first concert tour at the age of sixteen. In 1905 he won the Anton Rubinstein Competition with Béla Bartók taking second place. He toured widely throughout his life - in 1921 he gave seventeen concerts in Buenos Aires in less than three weeks. Backhaus made his . debut on January 5, 1912, as soloist in Beethoven's 5th Piano Concerto with Walter Damrosch and the New York Symphony Orchestra

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Wilhelm Backhaus - Primary Artist