Bach, Chopin, Horowitz, Liszt, Moszkowski, Rachmaninov, Scarlatti, Schumann, Scriabin - Vladimir Horowitz - Rehearsal at Carnegie Hall, April 7, 1965 - 2019 (FLAC, 24BIT – 192KHZ)

Bach, Chopin, Horowitz, Liszt, Moszkowski, Rachmaninov, Scarlatti, Schumann, Scriabin – Vladimir Horowitz – Rehearsal at Carnegie Hall, April 7, 1965 – 2019 (FLAC, 24BIT – 192KHZ)

Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach, Frédéric François Chopin, Vladimir Horowitz, Ferencz Liszt, Moritz Moszkowski, Sergey Vassilievich Rachmaninov, Alessandro Scarlatti, Robert Schumann, Alexander Nikolayevich Scriabin
Performer: Vladimir Horowitz – piano
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 192kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Sony
Size: 2.24 GB
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Vladimir Horowitz / Bach, Chopin, Horowitz, Liszt, Moszkowski, Rachmaninov, Scarlatti, Schumann, Scriabin – Rehearsal at Carnegie Hall, April 7, 1965

Bach, J S: Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C major, BWV564 16:19

01. I. Preludio, quasi improvisando. Tempo moderato 6:22
02. II. Intermezzo. Adagio 5:06
03. III. Fuga. Moderamente scherzando, un poco umoristico 4:51

Schumann: Fantasie in C major, Op. 17 14:28

04. II. Mässig. Durchaus energisch 4:44
05. III. Langsam getragen. Durchweg leise zu halten 9:44

06. Scarlatti, A: Sonata in E Major, K. 380 2:53
07. Rachmaninov: Prelude Op. 32 No. 12 in G sharp minor 2:35
08. Chopin: 3 Nouvelles études, B. 130: No. 2 in A-Flat Major 1:58
09. Moszkowski: Etude in A flat major, Op. 72 No. 11 1:22
10. Liszt: Valse oubliée No. 1, S.215 / 1 2:45
11. Chopin: Étude Op. 10 No. 8 in F major 0:33
12. Scriabin: Piano Sonata No. 9, Op. 68 ‘Black Mass’ 7:24
13. Horowitz, V: Exercises in Free Improvisation Part I 3:12

After an absence of twelve years, Vladimir Horowitz’s return to the concert stage was one of New York s most exciting musical events. It was Sunday, May 9, 1965, when the great pianist stepped onto the stage of Carnegie Hall, greeted by a shouting, standing ovation. It was his first public performance since he had left the same stage on February 25, 1953. The recording of his recital would be awarded with three Grammy® Awards and become one of the most successful classical albums. In the months before the historic day of May 9, Horowitz went to Carnegie Hall twice in January, twice in April to play for his wife and close friends, before he decided he was ready to perform publicly.

Columbia Masterworks recorded these intimate private recitals, as well as his subsequent rehearsals for his return in 1966, on tape, and they have remained almost entirely unreleased for more than 50 years.

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