CD Album

Mozart: Piano Concerto. 25, Etc

Andre Tchaikovsky

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Release Date November 22, 2006
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Catalog No.BVCC-38397
JAN/ISBN 4988017644843
Product Type CD
Number of Discs 1
Label/DistributorSony Music Distribution


24bit/96kHz remastered and available now for the first time ever worldwide on CD!

Description in Japanese

モーツァルト: ピアノ協奏曲第25番&「ドン・ジョヴァンニ」序曲 / アンドレ・チャイコフスキー (ピアノ)

[RCAレッド・シール・モーツァルト名盤撰] RCAレッド・シールに残されたさまざまなモーツァルト作品の録音のうち、モノラル時代以降で、歴史的価値がありかつCD化の要請が高いものをセレクト。基本的にアメリカ盤初出時のオリジナル・ジャケット・デザイン使用。オリジナル・マスターからの24ビット/96kHzリマスタリングによる音質向上。日本企画盤。世界初CD化! 夭逝の天才ピアニスト アンドレ・チャイコフスキー唯一のモーツァルト協奏曲録音。

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      Excellent by Andre Tchaikowsky 5

      The Mozart and Bach concertos were featured in a live Chicago Symphony Orchestra concert on 11 February 1958, while the recording is from 15 February 1958. The original pianist scheduled for the symphony concert was Clara Haskil, but she became ill and was unable to play. Andre agreed to both play in her place and to play the scheduled concertos. Arriving in Chicago only a few days before the performance, Andre's first stop was a music store where he bought the scores for both the Mozart and the Bach concertos and then went to the first rehearsal. It was during this first rehearsal that conductor Fritz Reiner leaned over towards Andre and said something like, "my boy, you play beautifully," where Andre replied, "I'm sight reading and I've never played this before." Reports are that Reiner came nearly unhinged to think that a pianist would come unprepared to his orchestra, the greatest orchestra in the world. After three rehearsals, Andre had memorized the music and for the concert, played without a score, plus he improvised the cadenza in the 1st movement, a feat he repeated for the recording session that appears on this CD. Learn more:


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