CRQ 423 Rudolf Kempe plays and conducts rare Piano Concertos by Wolf​-​Ferrari and Khachaturian

by Rudolf Kempe, Shura Cherkassky, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra

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Rudolf Kempe, piano Members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording Bavarian Radio 28 December 1970
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Rudolf Kempe, piano Members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording Bavarian Radio 28 December 1970
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Rudolf Kempe, piano Members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording Bavarian Radio 28 December 1970
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Rudolf Kempe, piano Members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording Bavarian Radio 28 December 1970
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Rudolf Kempe, piano Members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Studio recording Bavarian Radio 28 December 1970
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Shura Cherkassky, piano Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Rudolf Kempe, conductor Live recording Munich 18 or 19 January 1967
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Shura Cherkassky, piano Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Rudolf Kempe, conductor Live recording Munich 18 or 19 January 1967
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Shura Cherkassky, piano Munich Philharmonic Orchestra Rudolf Kempe, conductor Live recording Munich 18 or 19 January 1967

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Track 1-5: Wolf - Ferrari: Chamber Symphony in B flat Major Op. 8
Rudolf Kempe, piano
Members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
Studio recording Bavarian Radio 28 December 1970

Track 6-8: Khachaturian: Piano Concerto in D flat major, Op. 38
Shura Cherkassky, piano
Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
Rudolf Kempe, conductor
Live recording Munich 18 or 19 January 1967

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released May 22, 2020

Wolf-Ferrari's Chamber Symphony, Op. 8, published in 1903, is neither 'serious' chamber music nor big symphonic music, but an extraordinarily free, playful, blissfully melodic work, which sometimes seems to draw in the night atmosphere of Piazza San Marco in Venice where small chamber ensembles try to outplay each other with entertaining, virtuosic or serious tunes. A thoroughly happy Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari we meet here, a 25 year old genius on his way to world fame.

Aram Khachaturian's Piano Concerto in D-flat major, Op. 38, was composed in 1936. It was his first work to bring him recognition in the West, and it immediately entered the repertoire of many notable pianists.

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