Grand Piano Masters - The Legend of Dombra

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Grand Piano Masters - The Legend of Dombra 1:17:21 $17.98
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1 I. Allegro moderato 8:45 96/24 Album only
2 II. Andante 5:29 $2.49 Buy
3 III. Allegro 6:00 96/24 Album only
4 I. Allegro molto sostenuto 6:39 96/24 Album only
5 II. Andante assai 8:00 96/24 Album only
6 III. Allegro con brio, ma non leggiere 3:45 $2.49 Buy
7 Toccata in D minor, Op. 11 4:10 96/24 Album only
8 The Legend of Dombra 3:56 96/24 Album only
9 I. Allegro 8:36 96/24 Album only
10 II. Scherzo 5:56 96/24 Album only
11 III. Quasi variazioni: Andantino de Clara Wieck 7:24 96/24 Album only
12 IV. Prestissimo possibile 8:41 96/24 Album only

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Amir Tebenikhin plays works by Schubert, Prokofiev, Mendygaliev & Schumann on the C. Bechstein Concert Grand Piano D 280 in a concert hosted by "Musik im Schloss" at the Castle Church of Bad Homburg, October 7th 2007.

This fascinating concert recorded live in the mystic Castle of Bad Homburg is a truly mystical tour-de-force showcasing the magnificent talents of this young pianist who will surely become a household name in the very near future. 132649|This live German recording of Messiah is based on a manuscript Handel marked up for a performance of the work in Dublin, adding a variety of new dynamic markings and ensemble indications. There's no reason to regard it as quite the definitive version of the work that it is proposed to be by the booklet here; it can equally well be considered an experiment on Handel's part in dealing with the new stylistic currents of his day. For listeners unfamiliar with it, this version carries quite a few surprises. 132651|The Tendai monks and the Schola Gregoriana Pragensis ensemble have created a wonderful recording resulting from their mutual collaboration at concerts and liturgy in Prague in 2000 and on tour of Japan in 2005. These meditative encounters focus on interesting contrasts in the two musical languages and expressions, at the same time seeking common elements present in both traditions. Parallels can be found in the recitation of the sacred text or in the interpretation principle of alternating a soloist with a choir, which overlaps the boundaries of confession repertoires. Another striking feature is the tonality based on the pentatonic scale appearing both in shomyo singing and Gregorian chant. This unique collaboration has produced music of mesmerising beauty and intensity. Highly recommended."