Classical Pianist Dimitris Sgouros Biography arthur rubinstein exclaimed I thank God for keeping me alive so that I wouldbe able to hear with my own ears Sgouros play. He is the best pianist I have http://www.sgouros-pianist.com/biography.htm
Extractions: email firstname.lastname@example.org Biography photos Arthur Rubinstein exclaimed: I thank God for keeping me alive so that I would be able to hear with my own ears Sgouros play. He is the best pianist I have ever heard, including myself. He then took off his gold watch and put it on Dimitris Sgouros' wrist as if passing on the torch. Two months later he was dead. Born in Athens, Greece in 1969, Dimitris Sgouros began his career as an 8 year old prodigy at the Athens Conservatory, where by the time he completed his studies he had received every award given. He then continued his studies at the University of Maryland and the Royal Music of Academy of London, from which he graduated with 98% - the highest mark ever granted by the Academy. In 1982 at the age of 12, Sgouros made his Carnegie Hall debut with the National Symphony Orchestra of Washington D.C., under the direction of Mstislav Rostropovich, performing Rachmaninoffs Piano Concerto No. 3. He has recorded 10 albums which are sold in many countries, with compositions for solo piano by Schumann, Brahms, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt and Mozart and also Rachmaninoffs Piano Concerto No. 3 with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Tchaikovsky's 1st Piano Concerto and Tchaikovskys Fantasia with the London Philharmonic, and Liszts Concerto No. 2 with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Slovenia, to name a few as well as the 1st and 2nd Piano Concertos by J. Brahms with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra.
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NPR : Performance Today For Wednesday, May 3, 2000 . One of the greatest Chopin interpreters, arthur rubinstein, plays Chopin s Nocturnein F In a session recorded in NPR s Studio 4A, pianist Misha Dichter (MEE http://www.npr.org/rundowns/rundown.php?prgId=4&prgDate=3-May-2000
NPR : Performance Today For Monday, January 29, 1996 From one of the great recordings of arthur rubinstein, made in Rome in 1963, we llhear his performance of the Waltz in Aflat Op. . EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD pianist. http://www.npr.org/rundowns/rundown.php?prgId=4&prgDate=29-Jan-1996
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Extractions: BOOKWAVES (Words on Books) for KZYX by Tony Miksak Today I want to talk about the pleasures of used books, old books, books out of print, books that were NOT published today and returned to the publisher tomorrow. In a way these are hidden books because up to now they've been difficult to find. Most people when they think of books think of best seller lists, and bookstores full of new books with mint covers. Ask yourself what books you really treasure. Usually those are books that have been around awhile. Books you've held in your hand and dropped baking power into. Books you read ten years ago and unpacked today from a forgotten cardboard box in the barn. Books you remember. Books you picked up at a garage sale and finally got around to reading. Books your mother read to you. Books you read to a child. Books you read when you were eight years old. Books you scribbled in. Books you remember. Books you've forgotten. Old books, books with character. Torn covers, foxed pages, someone else's inscription to someone you don't know scratched in blue ink on the first free end paper. Books that smell musty, or have perfume on them. Books with bent spines, with underlining or marginal notes. Library books borrowed by a dozen people before you. Books someone gave you. Books you borrowed and never returned. Not long ago In the charming town of Pt. Reyes Station I had the time to nose around Jill Westley's Brown Study Bookshop, a wonderful used book store that has been in Pt. Reyes for many years. In the music section I found a slightly battered copy of
Classical Piano Links Aviram Reichert pianist (IL), Sviatoslav Richter pianist (RU) (d. 1997).Michael Roll pianist (UK), arthur rubinstein pianist (d. 1982). http://www.carolinaclassical.com/pianolinks.html
Yakov Kasman, Pianist - Recordings Page top, arthur rubinstein International Piano Master Competitions IVII,Highlights Prizewinners of the VI and VII Competitions. top. http://www.yakovkasman.com/recordings.htm
Extractions: SHOSTAKOVICH Sonata for Cello and Piano Op. 40 and Sonata for Violin and Piano Op. 147 (cello version), with Petr Prause [Calliope: CAL 2003] SHOSTAKOVICH Quintet for Piano and Strings , the Talich Quartet, also Quartet No. 8 [Calliope: CAL 9320] PROKOFIEV Piano Concerto No. 3, Op. 26, the Moscow Philharmonia Orchestra, also Visions Fugitives, Op. 22 and Contes de la vieille grand-mere, Op. 31 [Calliope: CAL 9303] FOSS , includes the Piano Concerto No. 2 , LUKAS FOSS, the Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Carl St.Clair, conductor, Yakov Kasman, piano
Krzysztof Jablonski - Pianist a little of the late arthur rubinstein. The Herald, Miami. It might sound like faintpraise to say that Krzysztof Jablonski, the young Polish pianist who gave a http://www.pianoart.com/krzysztof_jablonski.htm
Extractions: THE STAR IS BORN (...) the public started to clap in the middle of the recital of Jablonski. Finally, there is an artist for the Rubinstein competition and not only a pianist. (...) When Jablonski plays he is never screaming; his Haydn Sonata turned to be an event of tension. His Liszt - beautiful colors of the piano, his magnificent Chopin's pieces will stay long in memory. Israel, Yedioth Ahronoth
Extractions: Rubinstein Dies At 95; Towering Pianistic Talent Arthur (aka Artur) Rubinstein, 95, the great classical pianist, died in his sleep Mon. (20) at his home in Geneva, Switzerland. Rubinstein, who had few rivals among contemporary pianists, enjoyed a lengthy performing career which began at the age of four and continued until he was nearly 90. Born in Lodz, Poland, in 1887, he was the youngest of seven children of a textile producer. He began studying piano at the age of three, and by the time he was eight, there was nothing more his professors at the Warsaw Conservatory of Music could teach him. Sent to Berlin to play for Joseph Joachim, he was taken under the famous violinist's wing and made his Berlin debut at the age of 11. Afterwards, he gave recitals in Dresden, Hamburg, and Warsaw and visited Ignace Paderewski, who was one of the leading pianists of the day. Following an unsuccessful American tour in 1906; he studied with Paderewiski until 1910, when he returned to the concert stage ad became a major star in Europe. During World War I, Rubinstein gave recitals for the Allied cause. He was so enraged by German treatment of the Belgians and the Poles that he vowed never to appear in Germany again, and he never did.
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Extractions: Pianist 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 singers 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 composers 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: Well known popular music pianists : See List of jazz pianists Well known blues pianists include: Ray Charles also jazz, and
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Extractions: Remember Me: Arthur Rubinstein is my 4 th favorite pianist. When people talk about Arthur Rubinstein, they usually comment on the nobility of his piano playing. It is indeed true; Rubinstein is one of the noblest pianists that ever lived. My favorite interpretations of Chopin, I think are played by Rubinstein. He is a romantic pianist, but never exaggerates in his performances. He also had a very diverse repertoire, he took to the stage the music of Isaac Albeniz, Manuel de Falla and one of my favorite composers, Heitor Villa-Lobos. He spent almost his entire life on stage, performing even in his late 90s. posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004 5:36 PM No comments posted yet Title Name Url Comments
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Extractions: Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982) was a complicated man. His two-volume autobiography was an interesting read, but only revealed the portions of the pianist's life which he wanted known, was filled with numerous omissions and errors, contained a great deal of petty score settling (his comments about Heifetz, Schnabel and Horowitz were especially cutting), and remarkably little discussion of music.
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Extractions: Arthur Rubinstein Dieses Zitat stammt von Arthur Rubinstein; es ist charakteristisch für ihn, den Thomas Mann Als siebtes Kind einer Handweberfamilie zog er am 28. Januar 1887 in Lodz die Glocke am Tor zum Leben. Seine ältere Schwester bekam Klavierunterricht, nahm diesen allerdings nicht besonders ernst. Aber der vierjährige Arthur lauschte jedem Wort der Klavierlehrerin und suchte sich gerne bekannte Melodien auf den Tasten zusammen. Seine Begabung wurde also schon früh erkannt und man brachte ihn zu Alexander Rozincki, einem angesehenen polnischen Klavierpädagogen. Er konnte mit dem Jungen jedoch nichts anfangen, da Rubinstein fortwährend einschlief, sobald er irgendwelche Übungen spielen sollte. Die Eltern gaben jedoch nicht auf und seine Mutter brachte den zehnjährigen im Herbst 1897 nach Berlin, damals Heimat berühmter Musiker. Hier verschaffte Joseph Joachim Arthur reiche Förderer und empfahl ihn dem strengen Klavierpädagogen Heinrich Barth . Hier lernte er in einem anstrengenden Studium von sieben Jahren alles was er als Klaviervirtuose brauchte. (Eugen d´Albert) (Paderwski 1903) Mit einem adeligen polnischen Freund reiste Rubinstein nach Warschau und gab mehrere Konzerte. Er wurde durch seine charmante Art, seinen guten Manieren und durch sein hochvirtuoses Klavierspiel der Liebling in den Warschauer Salons. Sechzehnjährig zog es ihn nach Paris, wo er sich erneut innerhalb weniger Monate zum Liebling der Pariser Bohèmie spielte. Er lernte
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Extractions: Deze selectie van hoogtepunten is een overzicht op zn breedst, want ze is vooral bedoeld als introductie voor een regelrechte monsteruitgave: een box met maar liefst 94 cds, waarbij ook een boek en een videoband zit inbegrepen. Voor wie hooguit zijn naam kent: Rubinstein werd geboren in het Poolse Lodz en werd opgeleid door de componist Max Bruch en de virtuoos Paderewski, een ideale basis voor de ontwikkeling van zijn talent. Hij maakte naam als Chopin vertolker en veel van zijn opnamen met diens muziek zijn dan ook nog steeds toonaangevend. Hij heeft zich niet tot dat werk beperkt. Rubinstein muntte onder meer uit in het Spaanse repertoire en nam ook veel kamermuziek op met uiteenlopende solisten. En natuurlijk zijn er de vele registraties met grote orkesten en dirigenten.