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John Ogdon - At II Tchaikovsky International Competition FLAC
Performer:
John Ogdon
Album:
At II Tchaikovsky International Competition
Style:
Romantic
Released:
1968
Country:
USSR
Label:
Мелодия
Catalog:
33Д—010339, 33Д—010340
FLAC size:
2753 mb
MP3 size:
1624 mb
WMA size:
1898 mb


Tracklist


1Forgotten Waltz In F Sharp Major
Composed By – Franz Liszt
2Intermezzo
Composed By – Ferruccio Busoni
3La Campanella
Composed By – Franz Liszt, Niccolò Paganini
4Ondine From "Gaspard De La Nuit"
Composed By – Maurice Ravel
5Concerto No. 1 For Piano And Orchestra In E Flat Major
Composed By – Franz Liszt
6Mephisto-Waltz
Composed By – Franz Liszt


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
33Д-010339, 33Д-010340Джон Огдон II Международный Конкурс Им. П. И. Чайковского ‎(LP, Mono)Melodija , Melodija 33Д-010339, 33Д-010340USSR1962
33СМ—02497, 33СМ—02498Джон Огдон II Международный Конкурс Им. П. И. Чайковского ‎(LP, RP)Мелодия, Мелодия33СМ—02497, 33СМ—02498USSRUnknown
33Д-010339-40John Ogdon II международный конкурс им П.И. Чайковского ‎(LP)Апрелевский Завод Грампластинок33Д-010339-40USSRUnknown
Д-010339, Д-010340Джон Огдон II Международный Конкурс Им. П. И. Чайковского ‎(LP, Mono)Аккорд, АккордД-010339, Д-010340USSRUnknown


Credits


  • ConductorVictor Dubrovsky (tracks: A)
  • OrchestraRussian State Symphony Orchestra (tracks: A)
  • PianoJohn Ogdon


Notes


Recorded At Second Tchaikovsky International Competition. Moscow 1962.


Companies


  • Pressed By – Апрелевский Завод Грампластинок


Album


The International Tchaikovsky Competition is a classical music competition held every four years in Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Russia, for pianists, violinists, and cellists between 16 and 32 years of age and singers between 19 and 32 years of age. The competition is named after Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and is an active member of the World Federation of International Music Competitions. II International Tchaikovsky competition, concert of the Laureates. Vladimir Ashkenazy performs 3rd movenment from the Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. He won the 1st prize along with John Ogdon of England. Второй международный конкурс им. Чайковского, концерт лауреатов. Владимир Ашкенази исполняет финал Первого фортепианного концерта Чайковского. The II Competition was also truly amazing. In the piano category won Vladimir Ashkenazi, the Soviet virtuoso piano player, and an eccentric Englishman John Ogdon. In the violin contest the winner was Leningrad native Boris Gutnikov who had won all the competitions in which he had participated. The first prize in the cello category went to Natalia Shakhovskaya and the third to Natalia Gutman whos playing style was extraordinarily easy and was against the lex non scripta of the first prize same as Eliso Virsaladze, the winner of the third piano prize. Tchaikovsky competition. Relflections on John Ogdon's achievment at the prestigious Tchaikovsky competition in Russia and the impact on his career, from his wife, his comtempories and himself. Release date: 30 May 2014. Duration: 3 minutes. This clip is from. John Ogdon: Living with Genius. To SelectUnselect all tracks in the album simply click В CheckВ above the checkboxes column. a free 10-40 seconds partial preview available for active users only. All audio files are for personal use only. Any further distribution, resale or broadcasting are prohibited. Total time:0. OGDON,JOHN Artist Format: Audio CD. John Ogdon - The Complete RCA Album Collection. Please retry. John Ogdon: The Gentle Giant. That's the title of an essay in the booklet also Der Sanfte Riese and Le doux geant. A cliche, but accurate as anything you will read about John Ogdon. In 1962, he was joint winner with Vladimir Ashkenazy of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Piano Competition. The previous winner was Van Cliburn, the Glamour Boy of Classical Music. The audience of the II International Tchaikovsky Competition in 1962 Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory. Misha Dichter, Emil Gilels, and Grigory Sokolov, 1st Prize winner at the 1966 International Tchaikovsky Competition. Singer Jane Marsh, 1st Prize winner at the 1966 International Tchaikovsky Competition. The Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in 1966. Gidon Kremer, 1st Prize winner at the 1970 Tchaikovsky Competition. Mstislav Rostropovich presiding over the cello jury at the 1970 Tchaikovsky Competition. Mstislav Rostropovich and the 1970 Tchaikovsky Competition 1st Prize winner in. International Tchaikovsky Competition. Vladimir Putin at a ceremonial gala winners of the XV International Competition. The International Tchaikovsky Competition is a classical-music competition held every four years in Moscow, Russia, for pianists, violinists, and cellists between 16 and 32 years of age, and singers between 19 and 32 years of age. John Ogdon. Group Compilation. Songs in album John Ogdon - John Ogdon II - Great Pianists Of The 20Th Century, 1999. John Ogdon - Rachmaninov, Prelude In C Sharp Minor Op 3 No 2. John Ogdon - Rachmaninov, Prelude In G Minor Op 23 No 5. John Ogdon - Rachmaninov, Prelude In G Op 32 No 5. John Ogdon - Rachmaninov, Prelude In G Sharp Minor Op 32 No 12. John Ogdon - Rachmaninov, Etudes-Tableaux Op 33 No 1 In F Minor. The grand opening of the I International Tchaikovsky Competition. Great Hall of the Conservatoire, 18 march 1958. Photo by S. Melnik Glinka Museum. Van Cliburn USA, recipient of the 1st prize at the piano competition. Chair of the piano competition jury Emil Gilels USSR and jury member Nadia Boulanger France. John Ogdon Great Britain, recipient of the 1st prize at the piano competition, at the Tchaikovsky House Museum in Klin. Khenkin Glinka Museum. Chair of the cello competition Mstislav Rostropovich USSR and jury member Grigory Piatigorsky USA