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Wydawnictwo: APR
Nr katalogowy: APR 7401
Nośnik: 4 CD
Data wydania: maj 2014
EAN: 5024709174010
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Instrumenty: fortepian
Rodzaj: koncert, sonata, wariacje

Arthur de Greef Solo & Concerto Recordings

APR - APR 7401
Arthur de Greef, piano
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Diapason 5 Gramophone Editor's Choice
COMPACT DISC 1 HMV acoustic recordings, 1917–1923 (62.57):
Franck Variations symphoniques Royal Albert Hall Orchestra /Landon Ronald
solo works by Albéniz, Chopin, Grétry/Greef, Grieg, Liszt, Moszkowski, Ronald, Rubinstein, Schumann

COMPACT DISC 2 HMV acoustic & electric recordings, 1922–1930 (72.25):
Liszt Piano Concerto No 1 Royal Albert Hall Orchestra/ Landon Ronald
Liszt Piano Concerto No 2 London Symphony Orchestra/ Landon Ronald
Liszt Fantasia on Hungarian Folk Themes Royal Albert Hall Orchestra/ Landon Ronald
Liszt Polonaise in E major
Liszt Hungarian Rhapsody No 12

COMPACT DISC 3 HMV electric recordings, 1925–1931 (56.16):
Chopin Sonata No 2 in B flat minor, Nocturne in F sharp major, Four Waltzes
solo works by Moszkowski, Raf & Schubert/Liszt

COMPACT?DISC 4 HMV electric recordings, 1927–1931 (73.14):
Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto No 2 New Symphony Orchestra/ Landon Ronald
Grieg Piano Concerto New Symphony Orchestra/ Landon Ronald
solo works by Grétry/Greef, Grieg, Prokofiev
Belgian pianist Arthur de Greef studied with Franz Liszt and also became a close friend of Grieg, who strongly admired his playing. He was a main-stay of the HMV catalogue in the 1920s and this set brings together for the first time his complete recordings, save for acoustic versions of concertante works he subsequently recorded electrically (the Liszt Hungarian Fantasia and abridged versions of the Saint-Saëns and Grieg concertos) and two electric chamber recordings with violinist Isolde Menges.

Given his associations, his recordings of the Liszt concertos and Hungarian Fantasy must be considered important stylistic documents, but perhaps most important of all is his recording of the Grieg concerto. He initially studied this with his teacher Brassin at the time when the latter gave the Belgian premiere of the work. He subsequently worked on it, and gave performances with, Grieg, who said of him ‘De Greef is the best interpreter of my music I have met with. It is surprising how he understands my meaning… He is a real Master’.

This is the first time that the bulk of de Greef’s recordings have been released together and they show that a serious reappraisal of a pianist from the earliest generation to record substantially, is overdue.

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