3 edition of Pianists of the past found in the catalog.
Pianists of the past
Salaman, Charles Kensington
|Statement||by Charles Salaman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||-330 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||330|
"The Pianist" begins in Warsaw, Poland in September, , at the outbreak of the Second World War, first introducing Wladyslaw (Wladek) Szpilman, who works as a pianist for the local radio. The Polish Army has been defeated in three weeks by the German Army and Szpilman's radio station is bombed while he plays live on the air. Books on piano playing. 1. Reginald R. Gerig: "Famous Pianists and Their Technique": : ISBN A treasure chest of contemporary writings outlining the history of piano technique - possibly the best of its kind. 2.
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Celebrated pianists of the past and present. A collection of one hundred and thirty-nine biographies, with portraits. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Great Pianists of the 20th Century was a CD box set released by Philips Records in and sponsored by Steinway & Sons.
The box set comprises volumes featuring 72 pianists of the 20th century, each volume with two CDs and a booklet about the life and work of the featured pianist.
For a 20th century piano survey, there's hardly any 20th century piano music, although the notes vaunt several of the artists as committed modernists. Nor are many early masters of the century (de Greef, Lamond) or the great composer-pianists (Bartok, Prokofiev) included, presumably because they were not sufficiently prolific to fill 2 CDs by.
I am not sure I could limit the number to five, because this past century has produced many, many top tier pianists besides the ones you mention. Immediately to mind come Rudolf Serkin, Claudio Arrau, Wilhelm Backhaus, Alicia de Larocha, and Alfred Brendel, and.
The Great Pianists members. This is a group for those of us who admire the great pianists, either those of the past, or the ones living right.
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This is an alphabetized list of notable solo pianists who play (or played) classical music on the those who worked with other pianists as piano duos, see List of classical piano duos (performers).For a list of recorded classical pianists, see List of classical pianists (recorded).Great Pianists on Piano Playing: Study Talks with Foremost Virtuosos.
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