Started by jwinter, August 02, 2012, 12:07:21 PM
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Quote from: Bogey on August 07, 2012, 06:59:39 AMis a different recording than the one on the cd you posted. Is that correct?
Quote from: Mandryka on August 07, 2012, 07:39:04 AM
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Quote from: Brian on September 03, 2012, 08:02:46 AMNew this month on Avie Records:A new recording of Russell Sherman playing the mazurkas!
Quote from: George on September 03, 2012, 11:05:03 AMActually, I like the Pearl more. More noise, but more high frequency info. The download to me sounds muffled.
Quote from: Herman on November 26, 2014, 12:06:40 AMSofronitsky's A minor mazurka (68 / 2) is great, in that he doesn't turn it into this washed out perpetuum mobile some performers make it. Just because it has this late opus number doesn't mean Chopin wrote it with death on his mind.
Quote from: Pat B on November 26, 2014, 08:08:48 AMAccording to wikipedia (risky, I know...) that one was written in 1827, making it one of his earliest. It was published posthumously.
Quote from: Scherzian on November 26, 2014, 10:26:46 AMYes, three of them actually. The earliest one is an August 27, 1947 studio recording (on Arlecchino ARL 95, Denon COCO-80815 = COCQ-83672, and Russian Compact Disc RCD 16288). There are two live recordings of 68/2: October 20, 1949 and November 21, 1949. October is on Denon COCO-80149/50 = COCQ-83968/9 and on Vista Vera VVCD-00118-2. November is on these Denon and Vista Vera CD's, and also on Arkadia 78571, Brilliant Classics BRIL 8975 (CD No.4), Originals SH 858, Palladio PD 4131, and The Piano Library PL 282. Timings: 2'42 (1947), 2'07 (October 1949), 2'26 (November 1949), but it depends on the editor's handling of the applause.
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