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      • Argerich with Abbado on the G Major Piano Concerto from 1967 with the Berlin Phil is at the top of my list (not the one with the London Symphony in 1984), followed closely by Samson Francois with Andre Cluytens. Last edited by Manxfeeder; Jun-04-2019 at 20:48 .
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  2. The piano was Ravel's favorite instrument, and of his two extraordinary concertos, the Piano Concerto in G major was, in his opinion, "more Ravelian." Indeed, the two works are profoundly different, but without being, as Vladimir Jankélévitch observed in his book about the composer, more (or less) Ravelian than the other.

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  3. From the Stockholm Concert Hall,The Nobel Prize Concert with the Crown Princess, VictoriaMartha Argerich - pianoThe Royal Stockholm Philharmonic OrchestraYur...

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  4. The process was rather stop–start: after the initial idea, it went on the back-burner in 1929, only for Ravel to then become distracted by the composition of his ingenious Piano Concerto for the Left Hand. In 1930, work on the G major concerto resumed again – but he didn’t finish it until 1931.

  5. It is perhaps unsurprising, then, that his Piano Concerto in G major (1929-31) stays closer to classical concerto form and style than Gershwin’s Rhapsody. In the first movement, Ravel uses the blues as the more lyrical counterpoint to a bubbling first theme.

  6. Maurice Ravel - Piano Concerto In G MajorI. AllegramenteII. Adagio assaiIII. PrestoBrian Berino, pianoObel Alalong, piano 2Manila Pianos Artist SeriesNovembe...

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