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Debut CD released in January 2009

Scarlatti ‧ Mozart ‧ Chopin ‧ Balakirew ‧ Rachmaninov

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Domenico Scarlatti 1685 - 1757

1. Sonata (Toccata) K 141 (L 422) in D minor Allegro 1:00 min from 4:15

2. Sonata K 213 (L 108) in D minor Andante 1:00 8:00 min

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756 - 1791

3. Twelve Variations in C for piano of the French song
"Ah vous dirai-je Maman," K. 300e (265) 1:00 to 13:51 min

Frédéric Chopin 1810 - 1849

4. Nocturne in B flat minor, Opus 9 No. 1 1:00 to 5:44 min

Mili Balakirew 1837 - 1919

5. Oriental Fantasy "Islamej" 1:00 to 10:42 min

Sergej Rachmaninov 1890 - 1943

6. Prelude in G minor, Opus 23 No. 5 Alla marcia 1:00 to 4:01 min

Total time 46:55 min



 

MA thesis (partial list)

Chopin interpretation of Ingnacy January Pederewski and Alfred Cortot as an educational challenge
(Würzburg 2009)

Excerpts (14 out of 100 pages) als PDF (1,9 MB) watch. For the purchase of the complete publication, please use the contact form [+]


 
 

Video recordings

International Piano Festival of Art 2009
"Music without Limits"
Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine)

Domenico Scarlatti: Sonate in D minor, K 213, 8:58 min

Igor Stravinsky: "Russian Dance" from the ballet "Petrushka", in duet with Maria Sofianska, 3:24 min

W. A. Mozart: Concert for two pianos and orchestra Es-Dur KV 365 (Allegro). Nataliya Tkachenko and Alexander Polusmyak, conductor Viktor Oleynik

W. A. Mozart: Concert for two pianos and orchestra Es-Dur KV 365 (Andante). Nataliya Tkachenko and Alexander Polusmyak, conductor Viktor Oleynik

J. S. Bach: Concert in D minor for three pianos BWV 1063. Yuriy Novikov, Nataliya Tkachenko and Ylia Petrov, conductor Viktor Oleynik