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1st mov. (Allegro) - Nikolai Lugansky - Bach/Chopin/Scriabin/Liszt (CD, Album)

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  1. About. Nikolai Lugansky signs to ONYX, and returns to the studio after a gap of several years. Lugansky has recorded 23 CDs. His solo recordings on Warner Classics - Chopin Etudes, Rachmaninov Preludes & Moments musicaux and Chopin Preludes – were each awarded a 2/5.
  2. Feb 03,  · By Frédéric Chopin - Nikolai Lugansky, Sinfonia Varsovia & Alexander Vedernikov 3 Piano Concerto No. 2 in F Minor, Op. III. Allegro vivace.
  3. Original LP No. / First Released (Sonate Op. 65 · Polonaise Op. 3 / Adagio & Allegro Op. 70)Recording: Munich, Residenz, Herkulessaal, 3/ (P) Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin This is CD14 of the box Martha Argerich - The Complete Recordings On Deutsche Grammophon and not an individual release. Comes in cardboard, facsimile LP replica of the original release, sleeve.
  4. Born in Moscow in , pianist NIKOLAI LUGANSKY studied at the Central School of Music and the Conservatory in Moscow. He won prizes in numerous competitions, including the Bach in Leipzig, the Rachmaninov in Moscow, the Mozarteum's Summer Academy in Salzburg and First Prize in the Tchaikovsky Competition.
  5. Feb 12,  · Nikolai Lugansky records exclusively for the Naïve-Ambroisie label. His most recent recording, featuring Rachmaninov’s two Piano Sonatas, was released in Autumn and won a number of awards including the Echo Klassik, the Diapason d’Or, ‘Gramophone Choice’, ‘Choc’ de Classica and Scherzo ‘Excepcionales’.
  6. May 15,  · C omparisons between Nikolai Lugansky's accounts of the two Chopin concertos here and Ingrid Fliter's fine pairing of them that appeared on Linn a .
  7. Mar 05,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lugansky Bach Italian Concerto mov.1 YouTube F. Chopin Ballade no.4 Opus 52 (f) By Nikolai Lugansky - Duration: Mahmut Önal , views.
  8. I have heard so much new. Lugansky's Rachmaninov concerti are thrilling, often featuring a detached, almost brutal touch that brings out material and effects I had never really heard in them before. His Chopin etudes are now my first choice, second to none. A /5(14).

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