CD — Oxana Shevchenko: Stravinsky, Complete Works for Solo Piano

Media Review — Oxana Shevchenko playing Stravinsky: Complete Works for Solo Piano (2 CDs, ★★★★½): Scherzo (1902), Sonata in F♯ minor (1904), 4 Études for piano, op.7 (1908), The Firebird (arr. Agosti), Trois Mouvements de Pétrouchka, Souvenir d’une marche boche, Valse pour les enfants, Ragtime, Piano-Rag-Music, Fragment des Symphonies pour instruments à vent à la mémoire de Claude Achille Debussy, Les cinq doigts, Sonate (1924), Serenade in A, Tango, Circus Polka for a young elephant


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Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.31 in A♭ major, op.110

Comparing recordings with the following artists: Wilhelm Backhaus (1966), Paul Badura-Skoda (1969), Daniel Barenboim (1984), Ronald Brautigam (2008), Emil Gilels (1985), Friedrich Gulda (1967), Igor Levit (2013), Maurizio Pollini (1976), Svjatoslav Richter (1965), Artur Schnabel (1935)


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Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor, op.111

Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor, op.111 — Comparing recordings with the following artists: Wilhelm Backhaus (1961), Paul Badura-Skoda (1969), Daniel Barenboim (1984), Ronald Brautigam (2008), Friedrich Gulda (1967), Julius Katchen (1968), Wilhelm Kempff (1964), Igor Levit (2013), Maurizio Pollini (1976), András Schiff (2012), Artur Schnabel (1935)


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Beethoven: Piano Sonatas, Comparison Summary

Beethoven: Piano Sonatas — summary for comparisons of recordings, involving the following artists: Wilhelm Backhaus, Paul Badura-Skoda, Daniel Barenboim, Ronald Brautigam, Edwin Fischer, Emil Gilels, Friedrich Gulda, Clara Haskil, Jos van Immerseel, Julius Katchen, Wilhelm Kempff, Igor Levit, Mikhail Pletnev, Maurizio Pollini, Svjatoslav Richter, Arthur Rubinstein, András Schiff, Artur Schnabel, Mélodie Zhao


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Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.22 in F major, op.54

Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.22 in F major, op.54 — comparing recordings with the following artists: Wilhelm Backhaus (1969), Paul Badura-Skoda (1969), Daniel Barenboim (1984), Ronald Brautigam (2007), Friedrich Gulda (1967), Maurizio Pollini (2003), Artur Schnabel (1935)


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Rubinstein — Stravinsky, Scriabin, Mompou, Rubinstein, Gershwin (Diary 2014-05-07)

Rubinstein’s Recording Repertoire: Igor Stravinsky, “Trois Movements de Pétrouchka” — Rubinstein, Pollini, with a side-view on Weissenberg, Béroff, Yuja Wang;
Scriabin: Nocturne in D♭ major for the left hand;
Mompou: “Cançons i Danses”;
Anton Rubinstein: Valse-Caprice, Barcarolles No.3 & 4;
Gershwin: Prelude No.2


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