- Performer:Nathan Milstein
- Title:The Last Recital
- Style:Romantic, Baroque
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Live recording from Berwaldhallen, Stockholm, June 1986 ℗1986 Teldec Classics International GmbH. a Warner Music Group Company.
Nathan Milstein: The Last Recital.
Georges PludermacHer. 1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs. Partita for Solo Vn N. h-moll BWV 1002 1. Allemande.
Nathan Milstein (violin), Georges Pludermacher (piano). Release Date: 7th Feb 2003. Catalogue No: 0927495632. Nathan Milstein (violin). Handel: Sonata in A Major for violin and continuo, HWV361, Op. 1 No. 3. 6:48. Nathan Milstein (violin), Georges Pludermacher (piano). I Larghetto - Andante.
Album · 1991 · 10 Songs. Mozart: Piano Sonatas Georges Pludermacher. Nathan Milstein - The Last Recital. Bartók: Sonata for 2 Pianos & Percussion - Suite for 2 Pianos.
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Georges Pludermacher is a crusader: an ardent advocate of contemporary music, he has ensured the world premieres of works by Xanakis and Boucourechliev. President of the Arpiano Association, he militates for the revival of the French concert piano. In 1955 Georges Pludermacher began the piano aged three with his aunt and at eleven he was admitted to the Paris Conservatoire where he studied brilliantly with Lucette Descaves, Jacques Fevrier and Geneviève Joy and then with Geza Anda in Lucerne
This recital features a diversified set of compositions that were part of Nathan Milstein's recital repertoire for decades. As a result, each is played so beautifully, so polished, that one wonders how one could do them better, or even differently from Milstein's way. The little Geminiani sonata is a charming thing that Milstein often used as a recital opener.
|Violin Sonata No.9 n A Major Op.47 'Kreutzer'|
|1. Adagio Sostenuto • Presto|
|2. Andante Con Variazioni|
|3. Finale: Presto|
|No.5 Chaconne, From Partita No. 2 In D Minor For Violin Solo, BWV 1004|
|Sonata In A Major For Violin & Piano, Op.1 No.3|
|No.3 Allegro Assai From Sonata No.3 In C Major BWV 1005|
|Introduction Et Tarantelle Op.43|
|Moderato • Allegro Vivace|
|The Tales Of The Old Grandmother Op.31|
|1. No.2 Andantino|
|2. No.3 Andante Assai|
|Maria's Aria From Mazeppa (Act 3)|
|Caprice For Violin Solo, Op.1 No.13|
|Consolation No.3: Lento Placido|
|PWC2L-0008||Nathan Milstein, Georges Pludermacher||Nathan Milstein, Georges Pludermacher - The Last Recital (2xLP, Album, RM, Gat)||Analogphonic||PWC2L-0008||Germany||2018|
|0927-49563-2||Nathan Milstein||The Last Recital (CD, Album)||Elatus||0927-49563-2||Europe||2003|