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61. Pletnev Live At Carnegie Hall
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January 13, 1968 St.Petersburg, Russia
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Music School of the St.Petersburg Conservatory, Prof. V.Kunde St.Petersburg Conservatory, Prof. T.Kravchenko Sibelius Academy (Finland), Prof. D.Bashkirov Madrid Musical Academy, Prof. D.Bashkirov International Piano Foundation, Cadenabbia, Italy (under W.G.Nabore, Director; with L.Fleischer, K.Schnabel, R.Tureck, D.Bashkirov, Fou Ts'ong, A.Weissenberg, and D.Fischer-Diskau)
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'A Russian pianist with solo firepower ... magisterial command astonishing display' (New York Times, USA, November 2000)
'The delicate purity of Pletnev's tone in the sonata's hushed final pages seemed to make time stand still.' (Chicago Sun-Times, USA, November 2000)
'The Arietta was masterly, with an ethereality that brought forth much of the incandescent beauty and transcendence.', 'When performed back-to-back with fleet-fingered facility and knowing sense of drama, as [the Chopin scherzi] were here, the experience was a revelation. 'Just as striking was [Pletnev's] improvisational air. He made us believe, as Chopin must have in his salons, that he was making things up as he went along.' (Metromix, Chicago, USA, November 2000)

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Yes you have read it right! The Beethoven "Clarinet Concerto" now exists, in a thoroughly enjoyable and often amazingly sensitive transcription by pianist and conductor Mikhail Pletnev. Michael Collins displays great virtuosity, perfectly matched by the beautifully crafted phrases and consistently clean and detailed playing of the orchestra. An adventurous new transcription, balanced by an equally stylish performance of the most famous of all clarinet concertos, Mozart's Clarinet Concerto. Recommended.
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Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840 -1893) created a great number of piano works. These compositions were intended to serve specific purposes and be performed in certain environments. Works like the First Piano Concerto were created for big concert halls, to celebrate solemn moments of Russian history and unify the national spirit of Russian society. Miniatures usually were performed at home, in a circle of friends and family. They are a symbol of the privacy and comfort of many Russian homes and reflect the Russian style of life in the 19th century. Though Tchaikovsky's piano miniatures were addressed mostly to nobles and prosperous townsfolk, his music speaks to everyone. Intimate and sincere, with rich melodies and simple to perform, the music gained great popularity for the composer.
Op. 40 was composed in 1878 and dedicated to Pyotr's brother Modest. No. 9 is a revised version of the Waltz written in 1876. No. 10 is based on the Danse Russe in the ballet Swan Lake.
Mikhail Pletnev spoke of performing the cycle: "When I play this music I seem to become immersed in the atmosphere in which the composer lived, as if I am reading his diary or memories. And a new facet of Tchaikovsky's perception of life opens up to me, reflected in his music." Indeed, Pletnev's performance of Tchaikovsky's pieces is the great artist's view

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74. Oxford Student: 22nd November 2001: Classical
was with their Principal Conductor that they embarked on a critically acclaimedBeethoven Piano Concerto Cycle with virtuoso Russian pianist mikhail pletnev.
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The Philharmonia orchestra has had a colourful history. Established in 1945 by EMI executive Walter Legge primarily as a recording orchestra (it remains the world's most recorded symphony orchestra), the Philharmonia has gone from strength to strength, having worked under, most famously, Klemperer, Karajan, Sinopoli, and Salonen. The orchestra is now in its fifth season with Christoph von Dohnanyi and it was with their Principal Conductor that they embarked on a critically acclaimed Beethoven Piano Concerto Cycle with virtuoso Russian pianist Mikhail Pletnev. Pletnev is an extremely interesting soloist, someone whom one must watch as well as hear. His body language and facial expressions are fascinating to observe and it is intriguing to see how he interacts with the orchestra. During his performance earlier this month of Beethoven's second and fourth piano concertos, one really had a sense of partnership, rather than the traditional antagonistic relationship between the two elements. This was no pre-conceived performance, and both pianist and orchestra constantly fed off one another, giving the feeling of a truly organic performance. Pletnev was particularly impish in the Beethoven second piano concerto and his slightly unorthodox, but totally involving reading surely aided this lesser known work, as did the Philharmonia's accompaniment, especially in the final movement. The opening of the fourth concerto was wonderfully done - Pletnev was obviously on his best behaviour for this more serious work - the cadenzas were magnificently and stylishly played and a wonder to watch. Dohnanyi's direction ensured that the poetic writing was brought out, and one finds it hard to fault the balance throughout. However, there was occasionally a sense that Pletnev had to temper his approach based on how much Dohnanyi was prepared to let the orchestra off the lead, but on the whole, one got the impression that all concerned were totally in tune with one another's approach and this partnership cannot be underestimated in Beethoven.

75. Washington Performing Arts Society
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Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig It is hard to imagine an orchestra so rich in history that it claims the music of Beethoven and Brahms as world premieres. The all-Brahms program includes the second symphony, and the first concerto, performed by the masterful pianist Mikhail Pletnev. Saturday, October 16, 4:30 pm

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77. Klassik Tipps Archiv Klavier April/Juni 2000
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KLASSIK TIPPS ARCHIV - Rubriken KLAVIER Empfehlungen Oktober 2000 - Januar 2001 Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowsky, der grosse Symphoniker, hat auch schöne Kompositionen für Klavier solo geschaffen. Der Dirigent und Pianist Mikhail Pletnev hat eine Auswahl davon schon vor einiger Zeit eingespielt. Jetzt ist diese Aufnahme wieder erschienen und ist ein echtes Schmankerl, präsentiert von einem der besten Pianisten unsere Tage. Wer virtuose romantische Klaviermusik liebt, der wird diese CD sicher mögen: Igor Kamenz , spielt Liszt, Rachmaninov und Carl Tausig souverän virtuos und mit dem nötigen Griff, ohne die klanglichen Schattierungen zu vernachlässigen. Johann Nepomuk Hummel stellt ein musikalisches Bindeglied zwischen der typischen "Wiener Klassik" und der aufkommenden Romantik dar. Aus seiner noch wenig bekannten Klaviermusik hat der britische Pianist Howard Shelley eine charakteristische sowie brillant musizierte Auswahl vorgelegt. Mit einem Klick auf die Titelbezeichnung landen Sie direkt bei der Detailbeschreibung. CD TIPP Titel Inhalt Stilrichtung Tschaikowsky Klavierstücke Verschiedene Klavierstücke, gespielt von M. Pletnev

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A pianist is a person who plays the piano A professional pianist can perform solo pieces, play with an orchestra or smaller ensemble , or accompany one or more singer s or solo instrumentalists. A performing classical pianist usually starts playing piano at a very young age, some as early as three years old. Many well-known classical composer s were able pianists themselves; for example, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Ludwig van Beethoven Franz Liszt Frederic Chopin ... Robert Schumann , and Sergei Rachmaninov were all virtuoso pianists. Some pianists have special preferences as to which composer's music they play. Most western forms of music can make use of the piano. Consequently, pianists have a wide variety of forms and styles to choose from, including jazz classical music , and all sorts of popular music Well-known or influential classical pianists:

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