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Brahms Piano Concertos (1983, original release: 2007)
(Music CD)

Call Number CD/CLASSICAL/BRAHMS,J/6479


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Published: New York : Sony BMG Music Entertainment, 2007
Description:  2 sound discs (2:28:26) : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Language:  English


Sony Classical: 88697-03510-2

Title from container spine

Compact discs

Consists of previously issued recordings

Program notes in English by Emanuel Ax, with German and French translations (15 p.) inserted in container

Emanuel Ax, piano ; with Chicago Symphony Orchestra ; James Levine, conductor (op. 15) ; Jules Eskin, cello ; Boston Symphony Orchestra ; Bernard Haitink, conductor (op. 83)

Op. 15 recorded in Orchestra Hall, Chicago, July 5, 1983 ; op. 79, in RIAS Studio 10, Berlin, Apr. 19-21, 1995 ; op. 119, in Richardson Auditorium, Princeton, N.J., June 13-15, 1995 ; op. 83, in Symphony Hall, Boston, Apr. 19 & 21, 1997 ; and op. 117, in Henry Wood Hall, London, Oct. 17-18, 1989



Disc 1. Piano concerto no. 1 in D minor, op. 15 (ca. 50:00). Two rhapsodies, op. 79 (ca. 17:00). Rhapsody in E-flat major, op. 119, no. 4 (5:16). -- Disc 2. Piano concerto no. 2 in B-flat major, op. 83 (ca. 50:15). Three intermezzos, op. 117 (ca. 15:30). Four pieces for piano, op. 119, no. 1-3 (ca. 11:00)

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