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Prelude - Jorge Bolet - His Earliest Recordings (CD)

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  1. Vudojind says:
    This 3-CD set is the third and final volume in the sequence of Berlin radio recordings made by Jorge Bolet. Recorded between 19all the pieces are new to disc with the single exception of Leopold Godowsky’s Fledermaus ‘symphonic metamorphosis’ and were made available to Audite by Donald Manildi of the International Piano Archives, University of Maryland.
  2. Tezilkree says:
    May 05,  · Jorge Bolet’s DECCA recordings have come in for a lot of unfavourable criticism. All I would say is that they are how I first came to know and admire this artist, so they must have something.
  3. Nikogore says:
    Hofmann’s playing awed the Cuban-American pianist Jorge Bolet with an intensity that lasted until the day he died, although Bolet always maintained that he patterned his own ideas about performance after Rachmaninoff, rather than Hofmann: “He was a unique personality, a unique pianist. What he did was perfect for him” he explains.
  4. Voodoojin says:
    Decca = Jorge Bolet: The Last Romantic (9CD, ). Decca = Concerto Recordings (5CD, ) Marston = Jorge Bolet plays Chopin, vol. 1 (2CD, ).
  5. Nikogal says:
    Harold C. Schonberg, New York Times, Obituary of Jorge Bolet, 21 October Posterity smiles on Jorge Bolet for his centenary. For the first time, the majority of his commercial recordings are readily available in handsome CD boxed sets.
  6. Moogubar says:
    This first ever complete Sony collection also includes many tracks for the first time on CD, including Bolet’s debut on RCA, a Liszt programme from Many CDs have been remastered from the original analogue tapes for this release, packaged, as always, with original covers, labels and 5/5(21).
  7. Gugrel says:
    Mar 12,  · Jorge Bolet (Piano). This is a live recording of a piano recital the great virtuoso Jorge Bolet gave , in Schwetzingen (Germany), two years before his death. The performed works are by composers Jorge Bolet favoured most. This is a re-release of a SWR bestseller.
  8. Kagakree says:
    Virtuoso pianist Jorge Bolet began his keyboard studies at the age of nine. His progress excited his local teachers and he received a scholarship at the age of 12 to study in the United States, at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. There his piano teacher was David Saperton. Beginning in he studied with Leopold Godowsky and Moritz Rosenthal, and, briefly, with Rudolf Serkin.

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