Chopin: Piano Concerto E minor, op.11

Chopin: Piano Concerto in E minor, op.11 — comparing recordings with the following artists: Argerich/Abbado (1967), Askenase/Otterloo (1960), Avdeeva/Wit (2010), Avdeeva/Brüggen (2012), Rubinstein/Barbirolli (1937), Rubinstein/Wallenstein (1953), Rubinstein/Skrowaczewski (1961)


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Chopin: Piano Concerto F minor, op.21

Chopin: Piano Concerto F minor, op.21 — comparing recordings with the following artists: Askenase/Ludwig (1963), Avdeeva/Brüggen (2012), Haskil/Markevich (1960), Rubinstein/Barbirolli (1931), Rubinstein/Steinberg (1946), Rubinstein/Wallenstein (1958), Rubinstein/Ormandy (1968)


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Rubinstein — Albéniz, Granados, de Falla (Diary 2014-06-29)

Rubinstein’s Recorded Spanish Solo Repertoire: Music by Isaac Albéniz (“Sevilla” from Suite española, op.47; “Cordoba” from Chants d’Espagne, op.232; “Evocación”, “Triana” and “Navarra” from Iberia), Enrique Granados (“Quejas, ó la maja y el ruiseñor” from Goyescas, op.11), and Manuel de Falla (mostly encores)


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Rubinstein — Haydn, Mendelssohn (Diary 2014-05-09)

Rubinstein’s Recording Repertoire: Joseph Haydn, Andante con Variazioni in F minor, Hob.XVII:6 — Rubinstein, Buchbinder, Schornsheim, Staier;
Felix Mendelssohn, “Spinnerlied”


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