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Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra* - Sergey Sergeyevich Prokofiev: The Five Piano Concertos

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  1. Mikat
    Jun 17,  · It plays great demands on the finger technique of that left hand. For his last piano concerto, Prokofiev created a finger-busting five-movement work that is less tonal than his other four concertos and whose technical challenges daunted other pianists once the composer had premiered the work in several cities.
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  2. Turisar
    Aug 05,  · Sergey Prokofiev, Neeme Järvi, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Boris Berman, Horacio Gutierrez - Prokofiev: The Five Piano Concertos - terdinninayamoogunris.infoinfo Music/5(3).
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  3. Kajijinn
    Here, in brilliantly refreshed sound, is a reissue of Prokofiev’s five piano concertos, first released in and now appearing on the Classics label. The performances with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra under the superb direction of Neeme Järvi are shared between Horacio Gutiérrez (Concertos Nos 2 and 3) and Boris Berman (Concertos Nos 1, 4 and 5).
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  4. Yozshurg
    As part of our on-going re-issue of Neeme Jarvi’s famous Prokofiev Chandos now re-releases The Piano Concertos performed by Boris Berman and Horacio Gutiérrez with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. This has proved to be a very popular set in the past, and is now priced at one full price CD.5/5.
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  5. Gugami
    Sep 24,  · Best recording of all Prokofiev's 5 piano concertos on record. This is a must have recording for Prokofiev's enthusiasts and collectors. The reissue is superb! Berman gives a powerful performance of the no 1, 4, and 5. Gutierrez's Prokofiev piano concerto no 2 is a superhuman epic performance/5(6).
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  6. Shaktihn
    Aug 08,  · His Fifth sounds both flat and ordinary next to Richter (Richter plays Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No. 5 / Piano Sonata No. 8) and most of all Toradze--particularly so in the witty second and blitzing Toccata third movements.4/5(1).
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