Signature Series, Brailowsky: The 1938 London Reco.
Digital Booklet: The 1938 London Recordings. Alexander Brailowsky famous recording in the APR Signature Series By Peter Dietrich, President, Chopin Society of New England The 1938 London recordings by Alexander Brailowsky are among the greatest and most famous performances in the studio that the pianist has ever made. The HMV producer, Fred Gaisberg, who was fortunate to persuade Artur Rubinstein to make his first studio recordings in 1928, was again a producer for the Brailowsky 1938 recording sessions. Since the recording went so smoothly, the work was accomplished in three rather than four sessions
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Brailowsky programmed all 160 piano pieces by Frédéric Chopin for playing in a series of six concerts. In 1924, he gave a recital in Paris of the complete cycle of the works of Chopin, the first in history, using the composer's own piano for part of the recital. He then went on to present a further thirty cycles of Chopin's music in Paris, Brussels, Zurich, Mexico City, Buenos Aires and Montevideo. He toured the United States in 1936. During a series of nineteen recitals in Buenos Aires, he never repeated a single work. In 1938, he recorded in London for HMV. Later discs were produced for RCA Victor and, in the 1960s, for CBS. Besides his huge output of Chopin, his repertoire also included Rachmaninoff, Saint-Saëns, Liszt, Debussy and others.
Alexander Brailowsky: The 1938 London Recordings. Bach-Murdoch: Concerto for Organ solo in D minor, BWV 596 (after A. Vivaldi). Alexander Brailowsky (Piano). Recorded in London, England. T-1. Alexender Brailowsky Plays Bach-Busoni, Vivaldi-Bach Brailowsky Plays Virtuoso Showpieces. Bach-Busoni: Chaconne (Mvt. 5) from Partita for solo violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004, transcribed for piano Bach-Murdoch: Concerto for Organ solo in D minor, BWV 596 (after A. Vivaldi)
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