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2 Nocturnes, Op. 27 [electronic resource]

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Vladimir Ashkenazy performing two nocturnes by Chopin, part of a series of legendary recitals directed by Christopher Nupen.
Online
1993
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24 Preludes, Op. 28 [electronic resource]

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Vladimir Ashkenazy performing Chopin's 24 preludes, part of a series of legendary recitals filmed by Christopher Nupen's camera.
Online
1980
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3 Romances Op. 28 [electronic resource]

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Eric Le Sage plays a Schumann Romance, op. 28. Directed by François Goetghebeur.
Online
2010
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4 Mazurkas Op. 17 [electronic resource]

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This is a performance by Iddo Bar Shai of piano music by Chopin, directed by Christophe Winckel.
Online
2010
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8 Klavierstücke [electronic resource]

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This is a piano recital by Adam Laloum. Directed by Vincent Massip.
Online
2010
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Alexander Scriabin [electronic resource]: Sonata No. 4.

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This new video marks the film debut of piano virtuoso, Vassily Primakov, performing the three Intermezzos, Op. 117 by Johannes Brahms, the four Ballades by Fryderyk Chopin, and the Sonata No. 4 by Alexandr Scriabin. Vassily Primakov has been hailed as a pianist of world class significance, the New York Times trumpeting his "fiery intensity" and his "bold, expressive phrasing and dramatic commitment that brought the audience to its feet."
Online
2010
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András Schiff at the International Musicians' Seminar, Prussia Cove: Schubert, Moments Musicaux Nos. 1, 3 & 4 [electronic resource]

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"In this masterclass, András Schiff works with a student on three movements from Schubert's much loved Moments musicaux"--Original container.
Online
2007
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András Schiff Plays Bach [electronic resource]

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"The French Suites, BWV 812--817, are six suites which Johann Sebastian Bach wrote for the clavier (harpsichord or clavichord) between the years of 1722 and 1725. The suites were later given the name 'French' (first recorded usage by Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg in 1762) as a means of contrast with the English Suites (whose title is likewise a later appellation). The name was popularised by Bach's biographer Johann Nikolaus Forkel, who wrote in his 1802 biography of Bach, "One usually calls them French Suites because they are written in the French manner." This claim, however, is inaccurate: like Bach's other suites, they follow a largely Italian convention. There is no surviving definitive manuscript of these suites, and ornamentation varies both in type and in degree across manuscrip [...]
Online
2011
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The Art of Chopin [electronic resource]

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As a meditation on the life and influence of Frédéric Chopin (1810-49) that was produced to commemorate the great Polish composer's 200th birthday, this unique program falls into two distinct halves. It begins with a traditional hour-long documentary by Gérald Caillat that studies the musical scribe's life and work; then it segues into the second half - a series of contemporary and vintage performances by world-renowned artists, who interpret excerpts from some of Chopin's most beloved compositions. These luminaries include Krystian Zimerman, Artur Rubinstein, Evgeny Kissin and Martha Argerich. Classical historian Garrick Ohlsson also turns up to reflect and pontificate on Chopin's genius. As an added bonus, this release features an August 2009 concert film where Ohlsson performs Cho [...]
Online
2009
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Ashkenazy Observed [electronic resource]: Episodes From the Life of a Wandering Musician

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This documentary directed by Christopher Nupen is about Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Online
1987
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Barcarolle in F Sharp Major Op. 60 [electronic resource]

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Chopin Year 2010 coincides with the 60th anniversary of Daniel Barenboim's stage debut, and as a pianist he has decided to devote this year to the great Romantic master of the keyboard. Chopin was born on 1 March 1810 in a small village near Warsaw, and on the eve of the 200th anniversary of this date Barenboim gave this wildly acclaimed Warsaw recital as part of an extensive European tour.
Online
2010
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Barenboim [electronic resource]: Jubilee Concert in Buenos Aires

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[Multiple identities, a documentary film] tracks the pianist-conductor from summer 1999 through Berlin, Chicago, Tel Aviv and Weimer up to his stage anniversary in Buenos Aires, in summer 2000, and ends up with his controversial performance of "Prelude and Liebestod" from Wagner's Tristan und Isolde in Jerusalem in summer 2001.
Online
2000
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Barenboim [electronic resource]: The Liszt Recital From la Scala

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The recital includes several numbers from the Deuxième Année: Italie and other Italy related compositions by Liszt such as St François d'Assise, La Prédication aux oiseaux from Légendes, and finally several transcriptions from operas like Verdi's "Miserere" from Trovatore, "Danza sacra e duetto" from Aida and "Paraphrases de concert" from Rigoletto.
Online
2007
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Beethoven [electronic resource]: Piano Concertos 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

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In this classical performance film, concert pianist Daniel Barenboim interprets Ludwig von Beethoven's five concertos for orchestra and piano.
Online
2009
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Beethoven Appassionata, Movement 3.: Part 1 Introduction [electronic resource]

Are you up for an in-depth exploration of one of the great masterworks for piano? This Chat begins an examination of Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 23, the "Appassionata", movement 3, by focusing first on the introduction section. Pianist Stephen Wu is featured.
Online
2014
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Beethoven Appassionata, Movement 3.: Part 2 the Themes/Section [electronic resource]

This is Part 2 of the in-depth exploration of Beethoven's Piano Sonata No.23, the "Appassionata," movement 3. This Chat explores the themes and sections found in the movement. Pianist Stephen Wu is featured.
Online
2014
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Beethoven Appassionata, Movement 3.: Part 3 Development [electronic resource]

This is Part 3 of the in-depth exploration of Beethoven's Piano Sonata No.23, the "Appassionata," movement 3. This Chat explores the development section of the movement. Pianist Stephen Wu is featured.
Online
2014
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Beethoven Appassionata, Movement 3.: Part 4 Recapitulation [electronic resource]

This is Part 4 of the in-depth exploration of Beethoven's Piano Sonata No.23, the "Appassionata," movement 3. This Chat explores the recapitulation section of the movement. Pianist Stephen Wu is featured.
Online
2014
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Beethoven Appassionata, Movement 3.: Part 5 Coda [electronic resource]

This is Part 5 of the in-depth exploration of Beethoven's Piano Sonata No.23, the "Appassionata," movement 3. This Chat explores the special ending - or coda - of the movement. Pianist Stephen Wu is featured.
Online
2014