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Third Movement - Alfredo Campoli, Peter Katin, Mozart* • Beethoven* • Brahms* - Mozart • Beethoven • Brahms (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 05,  · The Mozart and the Beethoven come from a lunch-time concert given in the Fairfield Halls in Croyden (a concert hall often used by the BBC for recording), and the Brahms was recorded at Campoli's house in Southgate in
  2. CD3/ Mozart Sonata in A K, Beethoven Sonata in C minor,op 30 no 2, Sonata no 3 in D minor op Alfredo Campoli, violin, Peter Katin, piano, The Fairfield Halls, Croydon, Campoli’s home, Southgate Recordings: 24th September & c. review review.
  3. Aug 30,  · Peter Katin (), piano Rec. live, 1. Bang went Beethoven, Mozart, chamber music I put up with this for a long time, and then I .
  4. This CD preserves a live concert of the following works – Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata and An­dante Favori, the Brahms Opus 3 Intermezzi, Debussy’s 1st Images and Masques, Schubert’s 6th Moment Musical and Chopin’s 4th Ballade and 3rd Waltz of Op.
  5. Album: Beethoven • Mozart, Violin Concertos: Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Szigeti, The London Philharmonic Orchestra, The British Symphony Orchestra, Sir Thomas Beecham, Bruno Walter: Compil. Requiem K Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The London Philharmonic Orchestra, The London Philharmonic Choir, Franz Welser.
  6. McCartney was regularly heard with the Orford Quartet and on the occasion of July 14, , they played the Brahms Clarinet Quintet Op that was recorded by the CBC. That performance together with their live reading of the Mozart Quintet in A Major, K is now available on a DOREMI CD (DHR). Both performances are outstanding.
  7. Zino Francescatti Vol 3 - Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Bru with Mayes, Samuel, Francescatti, Zino on CD. Order from your preferred classical music CD store - ArkivMusic. Great .
  8. Apr 08,  · —Peter Grahame Woolf, Musical Pointers, June The Strad “ in an outstanding programme, the great duo of Alfredo Campoli and Peter Katin play [the Mozart and Beethoven] with exquisite taste, refinement and velvety tone ”.
  9. Died in Zürich, Switzerland in ) was, arguably, the last of the great conductors of the central German repertoire (Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Wagner, Bruckner, Mahler). He, with Wilhem Furtwängler – with whom Klemperer refused to speak after – were probably the last two great conductors of that music, at that era.

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