Etude In D Sharp Minor Op 8/12 - Simon Barere - The Complete HMV Recordings 1934-1936 (CD)

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  1. Kajik
    Van Cliburn, piano. RCA-Sony, recorded Aug. ,
  2. Samusida
    Browse: Scriabin - Étude Op. 8 No. 12 in D sharp minor This page lists all recordings of Étude Op. 8 No. 12 in D sharp minor by Alexander Nikolayevich Scriabin (). Showing 1 - .
  3. Babar
    Apr 28,  · Here is blind comparison no. 8. The work is the Etude in D-Sharp Minor, op. 8 no. 12, sometimes called "Patetico," by Alexander Scriabin. The files were losslessly compressed in FLAC. Borrowing and adapting Scott's language from thread no. 3: Because the music is short, I've included 11 tracks, which total to less than 25 minutes.
  4. Akisida
    Jun 16,  · 許子沁(11y)-四維國小 /12/11 (練習篇29) 蕭邦 Chopin Etudes Op, No.4 in C sharp minor: Presto.
  5. Dogrel
    in the era of CD, APR issued them in far superior sound (, , ). The first of these () contains the complete HMV recordings () and remains in the catalog. The others have been discontinued—although they are still listed in Schwann/Opus.
  6. Kajijind
    Étude Op. 2 No. 1 is in 3/4 time and is in the key of C-sharp minor.. The melody is poignant and heartfelt, showing many characteristics of Russian Gypsy guekrisbiolayviacmomunalcumrelote.coinfo is accompanied by repeated chords in both hands, featuring rich harmonies, inner voices, and large spreads in the left hand.
  7. Daizshura
    SIMON BARERE The complete HMV recordings () LISZT Réminiscences de Don Juan — Mozart, S (alternative published take); SCRIABIN Etude in D sharp minor, Op.8/12 alternative published take; BALAKIREV Islamey — Oriental fantasie (alternative published take); SCHUMANN Toccata in C, Op.7 (alternative published take); CHOPIN Mazurka.
  8. Jukora
    The Etudes, Op. 8, set is an early collection by the thenyear-old Scriabin that exhibits the composer's evolving individuality while still betraying a debt to Chopin and Liszt. This Etude in D minor is rife with technical challenges, too -- challenges that include rapid leaps in the left hand of more than two octaves.

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