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Chopin - Etudes Op 10 And Op 25 - Vladimir Ashkenazy - Classical LP
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Vladimir Ashkenazy - Chopin - Etudes Op 10 And Op 25

Label: London

CS6844

Format: Vinyl, Stereo LP
Record is VG++
Cover has cornerwear and ringwear

Country: Canada Issue



Released: 1975

Genre: Classical

Style: Romantic




Tracklist




A1 Etudes Op 10: No. 1 In C Major
2:02

A2 Etudes Op 10: No. 2 In A Minor
1:18

A3 Etudes Op 10: No. 3 In E Major
4:23

A4 Etudes Op 10: No. 4 In C Sharp Minor
2:03

A5 Etudes Op 10: No. 5 In G Flat Major ("Black Keys")
1:40

A6 Etudes Op 10: No. 6 In E Flat Minor
4:05

A7 Etudes Op 10: No. 7 In C Major
1:29

A8 Etudes Op 10: No. 8 In F Major
2:19

A9 Etudes Op 10: No. 9 In F Minor
2:22

A10 Etudes Op 10: No. 10 In A Flat Major
3:16

A11 Etudes Op 10: No. 11 In E Flat Major
1:27

A12 Etudes Op 10: No. 12 In C Minor ("Revolutionary")
2:43





B1 Etudes Op 25: No. 1 In A Flat Major
2:53

B2 Etudes Op 25: No. 2 In F Minor
1:50

B3 Etudes Op 25: No. 3 In F Major
1:51

B4 Etudes Op 25: No. 4 In A Minor
1:33

B5 Etudes Op 25: No. 5 In E Minor
3:34

B6 Etudes Op 25: No. 6 In G Sharp Minor
2:04

B7 Etudes Op 25: No. 7 In C Sharp Minor
5:46

B8 Etudes Op 25: No. 8 In D Flat Major
1:08

B9 Etudes Op 25: No. 9 In G Flat Major
0:55

B10 Etudes Op 25: No. 10 In B Minor
4:43

B11 Etudes Op 25: No. 11 In A Minor ("Winter Wind")
3:48

B12 Etudes Op 25: No. 12 In C Minor
2:55





Notes..

I am a bit of a nut with certain aspects of the piano repertoire. For example, I have 6 different complete sets of Opp. 10 and 25. Two by Cortot, two by Ashkenazy, Pollini, and Perahia.
For sheer pianistic perfection, I tend to gravitate to this recording made in 1975.
I've listened to many recordings. While I do have a soft spot for Tamas Vasary and Yuki Matsuzawa's recordings of the Etudes, Vladimir Ashkenazy's playing edges them out..

Ashkenazy taught the world how to play the Chopin Etudes when this recording was issued. Forget about technique. Of course Ashkenazy has technique to the outer limits ... so do hundreds of other pianists. What this recording projects is the incredible depth of emotions and interpretations that make us realize what this music (and it is music, not exercises) is all about.

Definitive, to say the least. Listen to any other traversals and they leave you wanting more, knowing there is more. Not with Ashkenazy. The only recording that also does it is Lortie's. And why? Because he copied Ashkenazy's performances. That's the effect this monumental recording has had



Vladimir Ashkenazy Chopin No.1 etüde

He is putting all of himself into this- throwing his entire weight into the keyboard. He is fully in the service of the piece, which is why (if you can tell) it sounds amazing and is considered a monumental recording.


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