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Final of the 1958 Tchaikovsky Competition (Previously unpublished)

Van Cliburn (piano)

Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Kyrill Kondrashin

Here, published for the first time, are the performances that sealed the Texan's first prize in the inaugural International Tchaikovsky Piano Competition, earning him a ticker-tape welcome back... More…

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Leonard Elschenbroich (cello) & Alexei Grynyuk & Petr Limonov (pianos)

Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, Andrew Litton

Never has this often underestimated work [the Prokofiev Sonata] seemed more rich in incident and so eloquently expressive. More…

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Original Recordings

Mstislav Rostropovich (cello)

4 CDs

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Adriano Maria Fazio (cello)

a well-conceived and constructed set which displays the cello in some wonderful works More…

15 CDs

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The Ohio State University Wind Symphony, Russel C. Mikkelson, Richard L. Blatti (guest conductor)

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Benjamin Schmid (violin), Claire Huangci (piano), Harriet Krijgh (cello)

ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Cornelius Meister

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Vassily Savenko (bass-baritone), Alexander Blok (piano)

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Lina Uinskyte (violin), Marco Ruggeri (organ)

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Composed in 1928, [the First Quartet] opens with a gentle, Pärt-like lullaby, yet pre-dates that Estonian composer’s tintinnabuli style by about 50 years…The Second Quartet, composed shortly... More…

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