Ludwig van Beethoven - 100% Beethoven - The World's First Puerly Digital Recording, Piano Concerto No. 1 & 2 album flac
Title: 100% Beethoven - The World's First Puerly Digital Recording, Piano Concerto No. 1 & 2
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Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, Op. 15, was written in 1795, then revised in 1800. The first performance took place on 18 December 1795 in Vienna with Beethoven himself as soloist. It was first published in 1801 in Vienna with dedication to his pupil Princess Anna Louise Barbara Odescalchi (née Countess von Keglević), known to her friends as "Babette".
The Piano Concerto No. 5 in E♭ major, Op. 73, by Ludwig van Beethoven, popularly known as the Emperor Concerto, was his last completed piano concerto. It was written between 1809 and 1811 in Vienna, and was dedicated to Archduke Rudolf, Beethoven's patron and pupil.
Producer – Martin Sauer. The world's first puerly digital recording. Recorded with Neumann Solution D microphones in Teldex Studio Berlin. For this recording, a total of 21 digital microphone channels were used, with the following microphones: 2 D-01s(cardioid) in AB configuration in front of the grand piano; 2 KM 183 Ds as overall AB mics; 5 KM 183 Ds as main microphones (3 in Decca Tree formation and 2 in front of the 1st & 2nd violins); and 12 KM 184 Ds as spots mics for the strings, double bass, wood winds, brass.
Beethoven: The Five Piano Concertos is the third album of Murray Perahia performing the complete piano concertos of various composers that I have recently added to my music library. The other two are Murray Perahia Plays Bach Concertos and Murray Perahia Plays Mozart – The Piano Concertos. In my mind, Perahia is one of the finest concert pianists alive today, as he attests to perfection in his performances contained in Beethoven: The Five Piano Concertos. This is simply the best album of Beethoven’s piano concertos I've ever heard. Most highly recommended.
Представиться системе. Представиться системе. Концерт для фортепиано с оркестром № 2; Concerto pour piano nº 2 de Beethoven; Piano Concerto No. 2; 第2號鋼琴協奏曲; Concerto para piano . 2; II Klavirski Koncert; Concert per a piano núm. 2; 2. Klavierkonzert; Concerto per pianoforte e orchestra n. 2; Beethoven: 2. zongoraverseny; Концерт для фортепіано з оркестром № 2; Pianokonsertto nro 2; Pianoconcert nr. 2; ピアノ協奏曲第2番; II koncert fortepianowy Beethovena; Concertul pentru pian nr. 2 (Beethoven); Concerto cho dương cầm số 2; Κονσέρτο για πιάνο Ν. ; Concierto para piano . 2. Name Aliases. 1795-03-29 in Vienna, Burgtheater. Orchestra, Ludwig van Beethoven (piano). 1801 - Leipzig: Hofmeister.
Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1. Although Beethoven performed on many such private occasions during his first few years in Vienna, his official Viennese debut did not occur until April 1800, when he was the featured soloist and composer in a Hofburgtheater concert given late on a Wednesday afternoon. The program included Beethoven's Septet, his Symphony no. 1, and his opus 15 Piano Concerto (which was to become known as his first concerto) along with a Mozart symphony and selections from Haydn's oratorio The Creation. Elizabeth Schwarm Glesner)
Piano Concerto No. 15: Largo. Piano Concerto No. 15: Rondo, Allegro. 2 in B-flat Major, Op. 19: Allegro con brio. The box set includes ten individual CD sleeves and a forty-page booklet with the original liner note by the late musicologist Michael Steinberg. This recording continues Goode’s long relationship with the works of Ludwig van Beethoven; in 1993 Nonesuch released a 10-disc set of his performances of the complete Beethoven sonatas, which was nominated for a Grammy and received much critical acclaim. The Guardian (UK) said, "It has been Richard Goode’s Beethoven performances that have nurtured his reputation.
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|Piano Concerto No. 1 In C Major Op. 15, 1795-1801|
|A1||Allegro Con Brio||17:33|
|A3||Rondo - Allegro||8:58|
|Piano Concerto No. 2 In В Flat Major Op. 19, 1788-1801|
|B1||Allegro Con Brio||14:15|
|B3||Rondo - Allegro Molto||6:16|
- Recorded At – Teldex Studio, Berlin
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Georg Neumann GmbH
- Copyright (c) – Georg Neumann GmbH
- Conductor – Kent Nagano
- Edited By – Julian Schwenkner
- Engineer – Tobias Lehmann
- Executive-Producer – Wolfgang Fraissinet
- Orchestra – Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (DSO)*
- Piano – Mari Kodama
- Producer – Martin Sauer
NotesThe world's first puerly digital recording. Recorded with Neumann Solution D microphones in Teldex Studio Berlin. For this recording, a total of 21 digital microphone channels were used, with the following microphones:
2 D-01s(cardioid) in AB configuration in front of the grand piano; 2 KM 183 Ds as overall AB mics; 5 KM 183 Ds as main microphones (3 in Decca Tree formation and 2 in front of the 1st & 2nd violins); and 12 KM 184 Ds as spots mics for the strings, double bass, wood winds, brass and percussion.
Via a series of DMI-2 interfaces, the microphones were connected directly to a Merging Technologies Pyramix hard disk recording system. Mixing was then done on the computer, using Pyramix. Apart from the addition of some Lexicon 960 reverberation, no processing was used.