Chopin Waltz in E flat, Op.18 Grande valse brillante

Choipin Waltz in E flat Op18 Grande Valse Brilhante

Mozart Rondo Alla Turca Turkish March

Mozart Piano Sonata No11 In A, K 331 – 3. Rondo Alla Turca – Turkish March

Beethoven Piano Sonata in C sharp minor, Op. 27 No2 Moonlight II Allegretto

Beethoven Piano Sonata No14 in C sharp minor, Op. 27 No2 Moonlight II Allegretto

Bach Menuet in D minor BWV Anh.132

Bach – Menuet in D minor BWV Anh.132

Chopin Waltz in D flat, Op.64 N1 Minute Waltz

Frederic Chopin (1810-1849) Waltz No6 in D flat, Op.64 No1 Minute Waltz Valsa Minuto.

BRAHMS: Trio for piano, violin and horn. 1rst mvt

Historic: Trio in E flat major for piano, violin and horn. 1rst mvt: Andante-Poco più animato. Recorded on 16 May and 13 November 1933 n°3 Studio, Abbey Road, London.

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Bach – Menuet in D minor BWV Anh.132

Nélson Freire – Etude tableaux opus 39 #5 – Rachmaninoff (1965)

The great brazilian pianist Nélson Freire plays this beautiful composition by Rachmaninov.

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Nelson Freire plays Beethoven Waldstein Sonata – medici.tv

Nelson Freire plays Beethoven Waldstein Sonata (piano sonata Op. 53 No. 21) at the 2007 Verbier Festival. This is an excerpt from the first movement : Allegro con brio. Watch the full concert in Very High Definition on medici.tv : www.medici.tv

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Mozart Piano Concerto 5 (Malcolm Frager, piano) movement 1

Mozart composed this concerto at the end of 1773, about the same time as the “little G minor” Symphony No. 25, as shows about as much promise of genius and fun as the symphony.
The great virtuoso Malcolm Frager beautifully scales back his formidable technique to play this rather simple and charming concerto with terrific wit and a smile.
Malcolm Frager was born in 1935, started studying the piano at six, and at 10 he had his premiere with the St. Louis Symphony. Carl Friedberg, a pupil and freind of Clara Schumann, was his teacher at Juilliard and trained him in the great Romantic traditon.
Mozart Piano Concerto In D Major, K. 175 No.5, first movement: Allegro
Malcolm Frager, Steinway piano, with the orchestra of Italian Language Radio and Television of Switzerland, under Marc Andreae.
Recorded Live at the Teatro Scientifico Del Bibiena, Mantua, 19 April 1989.
Orchestra della Radio-televisione della Svizzera Italiana, Leitung: Marc Andreae
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Klavierkonzert Nr. 05, D-Dur, KV 175

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