Claudio Arrau

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  1. shinichi says:

    CHOPIN : LES 21 NOCTURNES INTERPRETE PAR CLAUDIO ARRAU.

    Piano : Claudio Arrau

    Stéréo recording in 1977-78

    n°1 in B flat minor * b-moll * en si bémol, Op.9/1 (00:00)
    n°2 in E flat * Es-dur * en Mi bémol, Op.9/2 (5:50)
    n°3 in B * H-dur * en Si Op.9/3 (10:30)
    n°4 in F * F-dur * en Fa, Op.15/1 (17:49)
    n°5 in F sharp * Fis-dur * en Fa dièse, Op.15/2 (22:55)
    n°6 in G minor * g-moll * en sol, Op. 15/3 (26:44)
    n°7 in C sharp minor * cis-moll * en ut dièse, Op.27/1 (31:28)
    n°8 in D flat * Des-dur * en Ré bémol, Op.27/2 (36:57)
    n°9 in B * H-dur * en Si, Op.32/1 (43:18)
    n°10 in A flat * As-dur * en La bémol, Op.32/2 (49:00)
    n°11 in G minor * g-moll * en Sol, Op.37/1 (54:21)
    n°12 in G * G-dur * en Sol, Op.37/2 (1:00:39)
    n°13 in C minor * c-moll * en ut, Op.48/1 (1:08:45)
    n°14 in F sharp minor * fis-moll * en fa dièse, Op. 48/2 (1:15:07)
    n°15 in F minor * f-moll * en fa, Op. 55/1 (1:22:58)
    n°16 in E flat * Es-dur * en Mi bémol, Op.55/2 (1:28:43)
    n°17 in B * H-dur * en S, Op.62/1 (1:34:15)
    n°18 in E * E-dur * en Min Op.62/2 (1:42:00)
    n°19 in E minor * e-moll * en mi, OP.72/1 (1:49:15)
    n°20 in C sharp minor * cis-moll * en ut dièse, Op.posth. (1:53:30)
    n°21 in C minor * c-moll * en ut, Op.posth. (1:58:00)

  2. shinichi says:

    Claudio Arrau plays Liszt – 12 Trascendental Etudes


    00:00 – No.1 (Prélude)
    01:02 – No.2 (Molto vivace)
    03:21 – No.3 (Paysage)
    07:37 – No.4 (Mazeppa)
    15:16 – No.5 (Feux Follets)
    19:41 – No.6 (Vision)
    25:46 – No.7 (Eroica)
    30:39 – No.8 (Wilde Jagd)
    35:46 – No.9 (Ricordanza)
    46:46 – No.10 (Allegro agitato molto)
    51:32 – No.11 (Harmonies du soir)
    01:00:25 – No.12 (Chasse-Neige)

  3. shinichi says:

    Claudio Arrau

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudio_Arrau

    Claudio Arrau León (February 6, 1903 – June 9, 1991) was a Chilean pianist known for his interpretations of a vast repertoire spanning the baroque to 20th-century composers, especially Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Schumann, Liszt and Brahms. He is widely considered one of the greatest pianists of the twentieth century. Arrau was a pupil of Martin Krause, who was a student of Franz Liszt.

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