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8 thoughts on “ No 2 In B Flat Minor - Peter Katin Plays Rachmaninov* - Peter Katin Plays Rachmaninov Preludes (CD)

  1. Peter gave his stunning debut at the Wigmore hall in and his Proms debut in was Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto no.2 (his best concerto) with Sargent followed in with Rachmaninov's truly great Piano Concerto no. 3 in D minor, conducted by John Hollingsworth which performance is still talked about.
  2. CD REVIEW Peter KATIN - Fifty years of music making. BACH Prelude and Fugue in B flat minor (Book 1). Recorded Southwark Cathedral. MOZART Rondo in A minor K Recorded July Colfe's Grammar School BEETHOVEN Sonata in C sharp minor. Mr Katin's studio SCHUBERT Impromptus in G flat and E flat from D Public peformance late .
  3. Rachmaninov* - Peter Katin - 24 Preludes ‎ (2xLP, Album, Club) World Record Club, World Record Club, World Record Club, World Record Club S/, S/, S, S
  4. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America 10 Preludes, Op. No. 2 in B-Flat Major: Maestoso · Peter Katin Rachmaninov: Complete Preludes ℗ SOMM Recordings Released on: Artist.
  5. The majority of them exhibit a simple three-part structure (ABA). #1, f-sharp minor. A slow and haunting melody is sustained above a chromatic left-hand accompaniment. This Prélude shows more of Chopin's influence than most of Rachmaninov's mature pieces. #2, B-flat major.
  6. Pianist Peter Katin celebrated his 80th birthday in and we at SOMM joined his many admirers and colleagues in wishing him many happy returns. As a token of our admiration and a tribute to his art, we have therefore newly re-mastered and re-released Katin’s fabulous recording of the complete Rachmaninov Preludes which he first recorded for Unicorn in (released .
  7. Mar 14,  · Peter Katin, The New Symphony Orchestra Of London, Sir Colin Davis Ashkenazy plays Rachmaninov Piano Concertos (2CDs) - CD 1 - Duration: Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor op.
  8. LATEST REVIEWS: Fanfare March/April By James Miller " Mark Obert-Thorn has outdone even himself here " During the s, Fritz Reiner taught conducting at the Curtis Institute. He had, long ago, proved himself as a professional and must have been annoyed when the conducting plum of music director of the Philadelphia Orchestra was handed to the relatively .

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