Martha Argerich – Vol. 4 Chopin: Live Performances 1955-1965 (2015)

Artist: Martha Argerich
Album: Vol. 4 Chopin: Live Performances 1955-1965
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Doremi Records
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 kbps
Format: MP3
Total Time: 01:19:59
Total Size: 183 mb

02-Piano Sonata #3 in B minor, Op. 58 – I. Allegro maestoso [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 3, ’65_3_10]
03-Piano Sonata #3 in B minor, Op. 58 – II. Scherzo_ Molto vivace
04-Piano Sonata #3 in B minor, Op. 58 – III. Largo
05-Piano Sonata #3 in B minor, Op. 58 – IV. Finale_ Presto, ma non tanto
06-Nocturne #16 in E flat, Op. 55_2 [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 3, ’65_3_10]
07-Etudes, Op. 10_10 in A flat [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 2, ’65_3_5]
08-Barcarolle in F sharp, Op. 60 [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 2, ’65_3_5]
09-Etudes, Op. 10_1 in C [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
10-Etudes, OP. 10_4 in C sharp minor [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
11-Preludes, Op. 28_19 in E flat [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
12-Preludes, Op. 28_20 in C minor [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
13-Preludes, Op. 28_21 in B flat [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
14-Preludes, Op. 28_22 in G minor [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
15-Preludes, Op. 28_23 in F [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
16-Preludes, Op. 28_24 in D minor [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
17-Polonaise #6 in A flat, Op. 53 [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
18-Nocturne in F, Op. 15_1 [Warsaw Chopin Conpe._Stage 1, ’65_2_22]
19-Ballade #4 in F minor, Op. 52 [Cologne, ’60_1_23]
20-Etudes, Op. 10_1 in C [Buenos Aires, ’55]

Born in Buenos Aires, Martha Argerich was enrolled for piano study at the age of five by her mother, with piano teacher Vincenzo Scaramuzza. He stressed lyricism and feeling. «When the sound is empty,» he said to her, «it sounds like a pair of pants walking into the room with nothing inside them.» She made her debut playing a Mozart concerto when she was eight, mentally preparing herself for the concert by making herself believe that, «if I missed a single note, I would explode.» She did not miss a single note. In 1955 her family moved to Europe, where she studied in Switzerland with Madeleine Lipatti, then with Nikita Magaloff and eventually with Friedrich Gulda, an early idol.

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