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  1. The Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37 is generally thought to have been composed in 1800, although the year of its composition has been questioned by some contemporary musicologists. It was first performed on 5 April 1803, with the composer as soloist. During that same performance, the Second Symphony and the oratorio Christ on the Mount of Olives were also premiered. The composition was published in 1804, and was dedicated to Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia. The first primary theme is r

  2. Today I am going to share with you many performances of Rachmaninoff’s third concerto, but I’d like to discuss three. The first is by Rachmaninoff himself. Note that Rachmaninoff performs it in 30 minutes (everyone else plays it in around 44 minutes or longer). The second performance is by Vladimir Horowitz, the Russian-born Jewish American ...

  3. Khatia Buniatishvili, Neeme Järvi and the Verbier Festival Orchestra perform Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30 at the Verbier Fes...

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  5. Jul 06, 2016 · Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No.5 (Emperor) Let’s start as we mean to go on. This is arguably the greatest work for piano and orchestra ever written – it’s nicknamed the Emperor for goodness’ sake. This was Beethoven’s fifth and final concerto and it was premiered in 1812 and apparently earned its nickname when one of Napoleon’s ...

  6. 15: Messiaen: Turangalila. It’s not called a concerto, but Olivier Messiaen’s gargantuan ten-movement symphony to love, sex, God and the universe features a solo piano part that could defeat ...

  7. Dec 20, 2021 · Rachmaninov’s Sonata for Cello and Piano features lyrical, heart-wrenching melodies that create moments of deep reflection throughout this piece. It’s melodious, poised and ridiculously beautiful writing that exploits the full range of the expressive solo instrument it’s composed for. Lugansky . Capuçon - Rachmaninoff, Sonata for Cello ...

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