Browse: Chopin - Impromptu No. 4 in C sharp minor, Op. 66 'Fantaisie-Impromptu'
This page lists all recordings of Impromptu No. 4 in C sharp minor, Op. 66 'Fantaisie-Impromptu' by Frédéric François Chopin (1810-49).
Murray Perahia (piano)
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Zubin Mehta
A self-recommending six-disc set...which includes the Gramophone Award-winning disc of the Etudes. As Bryce Morrison said of that disc: 'From Perahia there is order and lucidity at the heart... — More…
Jorge Bolet (piano)
The sound quality throughout is amazingly good...there are several valuable additions to this great pianist’s discography. Not least among them is a superb live performance of the Emperor Concerto,... — More…
Daniil Trifonov (piano), with Sergei Babayan (piano)
Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Mikhail Pletnev
In this work, Trifonov staves off potential sentimentality and produces – as usual – an exquisite tone…Some listeners will undoubtedly miss the epic nature of the original orchestration, but... — More…
Alexander Brailowsky (piano)
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Julius Pruwer
Time and again the solo tracks prove to be the set’s main attractions…Chopin’s studies display an unusually high level of refinement, polish and technical proficiency; and if in sundry miniatures... — More…
Jose Iturbi (piano)
What a pleasure to encounter the full extent of Iturbi’s superb piano playing and elegant musicianship...Beethoven’s Andante favori is a model of tenderness and poise. It also prominently displays... — More…
Eileen Joyce (piano)
Pianophiles will be slavering at the prospect of having access to all this great artist’s recordings...for me it is the Arensky Trio that shows Joyce at her brilliant best...she finds a perfect... — More…
Krystian Zimerman (piano), Claudio Arrau (piano), Anatol Ugorski (piano), Maurizio Pollini (piano), Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano), Maria João Pires (piano), Martha Argerich (piano), Rafal Blechacz (piano), Yundi Li (piano), Lilya Zilberstein (piano), Mikhail Pletnev (piano), Kurt Bauer, Heidi Bung (pianos),...
The quality, both of DG's chosen recordings and the set's general presentation, is just about as good as it gets. To have in one box such wonders as Zimmerman's Ballades, Pollini's Etudes, Pires's... — More…