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Martha Argerich: 5 Classic Albums
, you already own three of these four discs! I wish I knew that before this purchase. In the interest of saving someone else the disappoint of such a massive overlap, there you have it. These are exactly the same, not different readings (which would have been awesome).Although, honestly, paying this price for a single disc is not so bad, it would be nice if the overlap of identical recordings being released were somehow made more available in product information somewhere.It's Martha Argerich playing a selection of some common, some not so common piano concertos. Is that enough for you to tell you to get this? One of the greatest classical pianists, living or dead. Period. She's a complete artist, flawless technique and a way of bringing great expression and involvement to whatever she playsA wonderful CD. Argerich is an exceptional pianist and this collection is a must for serious music lovers! Bravo, Bravo!While this is a great collection of Martha Argerich,the recording (sound quality) is not the best. The dynamic range of the orchestra was not there.The most exciting pianist I have ever witnessed in my 74 years. I have seen the best including Rubenstein, and Horowitz. She brought chills to me throughout the performance.The musicianship of one of the supreme titans of the keyboard is everywhere much in evidence here.She infuses, like only an artistic genius can, fidelity to the composer,as well as her own learned insights.An Argerich always goes to the top of the list. I just wish she would have recorded mors, specifically more of the Beethoven piano concertos and at least the greatest of the Beethoven Sonatas.I fear that because of certain key omissions, her legacy will not be as great as it deserves to be.You're probably wondering who the composers are. Disc 1: Chopin. Disc 2: Prokofief (1-3 and 7-9) and Bartok (4-6). Disc 3: Beethoven (1-3) and Schumann (4-6). Disc 4: Shostakovich (1-4), DeFalla (5-7) two pianos, and Pletnev (8-11) two pianos. Hope this helps. It's hard to decide to buy a CD when you don't know what's on it. I tried to get the information through a chat with Amazon, but the person couildn't find it. I found it by going to Discogs.com
Martha Argerich was born on 5th June 1941 in Buenos Aires. Her interest in the piano showed itself when she was three. Vincenzo Scaramuzza, her teacher, impressed on her the importance of feeling and the singing lyrical line - a facet of her playing which remains immediately recognisable. At the age of eight she made her debut concert playing Beethoven's first concerto and the following year she gave Mozart's Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466 and Bach's French Suite in G, BWV 816.
In 1955 her family moved to Europe so that Martha could study with Friedrich Gulda in Austria; in this she was supported by the Argentine government who gave her parents diplomatic posts in their Embassy in Vienna. She won both the Geneva Music and Ferruccio Busoni International Competitions in 1957, but it was her winning the seventh Chopin Piano competition in Warsaw that confirmed her as a major talent at the age of 24.
Her formidable technique has often been compared to that of Horowitz. She is reputed to have learnt Ravel's Gaspard de la nuit in three days having been told it was extremely difficult. Her solo career lasted for a quarter of a century during which her talent for interpreting the romantic classics, notably Chopin and Liszt, were matched by her brilliance in the 20th century masters Ravel, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev and Messiaen. Her decision to limit her performances to chamber music and concerto was taken, as she admitted in interviews, to her feeling of loneliness on stage alone. This has been her career path for the last 30 years and she retains the aura of one of the most brilliant of all pianists of modern generations.
"span"She has been particularly generous in supporting the next generation of artists.
"span"She appears regularly as a jury member at important competitions and her friends and protégées captivate audiences with exquisite performances of chamber music at her festival at Lugano. Now at the age of 70 we can salute her as the phenomenon she undoubtedly is and wish her continued success in all aspects of her life.
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