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Johannes Brahms - Emil Gilels, Berliner Philharmoniker, Eugen Jochum - Die Klavierkonzerte = The Piano Concertos = Les Concertos pour Piano album download
Performer: Johannes Brahms
Title: Die Klavierkonzerte = The Piano Concertos = Les Concertos pour Piano
Country: Germany
Released: 1972
Style: Romantic
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MIDI MPC AUD RA DMF VQF DMF
FLAC size: 1960 mb | MP3 size: 1539 mb | WMA size: 1167 mb
Genre: Classical

Composed By – Johannes Brahms. Conductor – Eugen Jochum. Cover – Studio Zimmermann & Münch. Cover – Olga Von Miller Zu Eichholz. Engineer – Klaus Scheibe. Liner Notes – Karl Schumann, Ludwig Finscher. Orchestra – Berliner Philharmoniker. Photography By – Anthony Altaffer. Photography By – Werner Neumeister. Producer – Günther Breest. includes 12" 16pp book. Other Versions (5 of 22) View All. Cat.

Johannes Brahms: Die Klavierkonzerte; Fantasien Op. 116 (1996) 2CDs Emil Gilels, piano; Berliner Philharmoniker; Eugen Jochum, conductor EAC FLAC Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 500 Mb Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 316 Mb Scans included Genre: Classical Label: Deutsche Grammophon 447 446-2 Time: 02:05:20 Gilels had immense physical power and impeccable control, but he was also capable of exquisitely refined poetry and had an acute perception of the lyrical impulse lying behind even the most assertive of Brahms's writing. Gilels is magisterial in these concertos, his playing volcanic and poetic at the same time. The approach is warmly expressive though not overly sentimental, the interpretations serious but never dry. The Russian pianist delivers playing that is manly, powerful and impassioned where the writing calls for it, and can be gentle and rhapsodic where appropriate.

Emil Gilels with Eugen Jochum and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Bruno Leonardo Gelber with Franz-Paul Decker and the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, winner of the Grand Prix Du Disque. Horacio Gutierrez with André Previn and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Brahms and Avins, p. 288. Publishers liked piano four hands arrangements, which could be sold to customers owning only one piano; later, Brahms's Hungarian Dances for piano four hands were highly profitable for him and the publisher, in that case Simrock. MusicWeb International. Retrieved 17 February 2019.

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Adagio Johannes Brahms; Emil Gilels; Berliner Philharmoniker; Eugen Jochum. 3. Rondo (Allegro non troppo) Johannes Brahms; Emil Gilels; Berliner Philharmoniker; Eugen Jochum. The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Eugen Jochum recorded this album dedicated to Brahms in the 1970s: the two concertos date back to 1972, recorded amid the warm acoustics of Berlin’s Jesus Christus Kirche, while the seven Fantasias are from a 1975 session in Finland. Late Russian pianist Emil Gilels joins the orchestra on this entire inspired programme which was included on its list of the 100 greatest recordings by Gramophone. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – DG Studio Masters. Produced by Günther Breest Tonmeinster (Balance Engineer): Klaus Scheibe Photos: Anthony Altaffer (Cover), Henry.

Brahms: Die Klavierkonzerte. Piano Concerto N. In D Minor, O. 5. 1. Maestoso - Poco più moderato. Emil Gilels, Eugen Jochum, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Rondo (Allegro non troppo).

Stephen Hough (piano), Mozarteumorchester Salzburg, Mark Wigglesworth (conductor). So true and Stephen Hough proves it yet again, with a set fit to be placed alongside Emil Gilels’s one at the very top of the tree’ (The Mail on Sunday). I ended up delighted by and in complete admiration of Hough's boldness. Johannes Brahms galt zu seinen Lebzeiten und auch noch darüber hinaus als konservativ-ein Komponist, der sich an die klassischen Formen und Genres wie die Symphonie, das Streichquartett und das Solokonzert hielt. Die Zukunft der Musik schien Richard Wagner und Franz Liszt und ihren Anhängern zu gehören, die die alten Formen ablehnten und Werke schufen, denen Poesie, Drama und Literatur zu Grunde lagen.

Brahms: Piano Concerto N. 5 - 3. Rondo (Allegro non troppo) by Emil Gilels & Berliner Philharmoniker & Eugen Jochum. It could be argued that Brahms should be more monolithic, but I'll say that he can handle the vision of Gilels and Jochum-great composers leave room for endless differences in interpretative vision. I have to think of the many times my piano teacher has told me to "sing" on the piano; it sounds easy to do, but it takes tremendous skill.

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Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 1 In D Minor, Op. 15
A 1. Maestoso 24:02
B1 2. Adagio 14:43
B2 3. Rondo: Allegro Non Troppo
Cadenza – J. Brahms*
12:30
Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 2 In B flat, Op. 83
C1 1. Allegro Non Troppo 18:04
C2 2. Allegro Appassionato 9:21
D1 3. Andante
Cello – Ottomar Borwitzky
13:59
D2 4. Allegro Grazioso
Cadenza – J. Brahms*
9:42

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  • Printed By – Zucker, Erlangen

Credits

  • Cello – Ottomar Borwitzky (tracks: D1)
  • Composed By – Johannes Brahms
  • Conductor – Eugen Jochum
  • Cover – Studio Zimmermann & Münch
  • Cover [Liner Notes] – Olga Von Miller Zu Eichholz*
  • Engineer – Klaus Scheibe
  • Liner Notes – Karl Schumann, Ludwig Finscher
  • Orchestra – Berliner Philharmoniker
  • Photography By [Emil Gilels] – Anthony Altaffer
  • Photography By [Eugen Jochum] – Werner Neumeister
  • Piano – Emil Gilels
  • Producer – Günther Breest

Notes

includes 12" 16pp book

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2707 064 Johannes Brahms - Emil Gilels, Berliner Philharmoniker, Eugen Jochum Johannes Brahms - Emil Gilels, Berliner Philharmoniker, Eugen Jochum - Die Klavierkonzerte • The Piano Concertos • Les Concertos Pour Piano ‎(2xLP + Box) Deutsche Grammophon 2707 064 Germany 1972
33 СМ 03975—76 Иоганнес Брамс* - Эмиль Гилельс*, Берлинский Филармонический Оркестр* , Дирижер Эуген Йохум* Иоганнес Брамс* - Эмиль Гилельс*, Берлинский Филармонический Оркестр* , Дирижер Эуген Йохум* - Концерт № 1 Для Фортепиано С Оркестром Ре Минор, Соч. 15 ‎(LP, RP) Мелодия 33 СМ 03975—76 USSR 1977
410 538-1 Johannes Brahms - Emil Gilels, Eugen Jochum, Berliner Philharmoniker Johannes Brahms - Emil Gilels, Eugen Jochum, Berliner Philharmoniker - Die Klavierkonzerte ‎(2xLP + Box) Deutsche Grammophon 410 538-1 Germany Unknown
413 229-1 Johannes Brahms - Emil Gilels, Berliner Philharmoniker, Eugen Jochum Johannes Brahms - Emil Gilels, Berliner Philharmoniker, Eugen Jochum - The Piano Concertos ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Deutsche Grammophon 413 229-1 Germany 1984
33 СМ 03975-76 Иоганнес Брамс* - Emil Gilels ,Эмиль Гилельс Berliner Philharmoniker, Эуген Йохум* Иоганнес Брамс* - Emil Gilels ,Эмиль Гилельс Berliner Philharmoniker, Эуген Йохум* - Концерт № 1 Ре Минор для фортепиано с оркестром, соч. 15 ‎(LP) Мелодия 33 СМ 03975-76 USSR 1975