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Album · 2013 · 11 Songs. 40, No. 1. By Frédéric Chopin & Frédéric Chopin - Alexander Brailowsky. 6. Polonaise In F-Sharp Minor, Op. 44. 7. Poloniase In A-Flat Major, Op. 53. 8. Polonaise In C Minor, Op. 2. 9. Polonaise In E-Flat Minor, Op. 26, No. 10. Polonaise In B-Flat Major, Op. 71, No. By Frédéric Chopin &.

Alexander Brailowsky - Frederic Chopin - 1961 - Chopin Polonaises By Brailowsky (Columbia Masterworks; 5705)/1-02 - Polonaise In F-Sharp Minor, Op. 44 (1840-41). Alexander Brailowsky - Frederic Chopin - 1961 - Chopin Polonaises By Brailowsky (Columbia Masterworks; 5705)/1-03 - Poloniase In A-Flat Major, Op. 53 (1842). Alexander Brailowsky - Frederic Chopin - 1961 - Chopin Polonaises By Brailowsky (Columbia Masterworks; 5705)/1-04 - Polonaise In C Minor, Op. 2 (1838-39).

Listen online for free, and download the album to a computer or phone in Mp. Artist: Alexander Brailowsky. Nocturne in D-Flat Major, Op. 27, No. Alexander Brailowsky, Фредерик Шопен.

Chopin Polonaises By Brailowsky. Columbia Masterworks. CBS. LP, Album, Stereo. Chopin: Polonaises Complete (Volume 2). Nos. 8-16.

Brailowsky is one of these latter few. Not surprisingly, Sony Classicals new comprehensive reissue of Brailowskys RCA albums largely comprises music by Chopin. Both piano concertos are included No. 1 with William Steinberg conducting the RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra in 1949 and No. 2 with Charles Munch and the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1954. High Fidelity later wrote of these two performances: Brailowskys energetically contoured, sharply etched clarity represents an emerging modernity of outlook that points to present-day Chopin players.

Alexander Brailowsky (16 February 1896 – 25 April 1976) was a Russian-born French pianist who specialized in the works of Frédéric Chopin. He was a leading concert pianist in the years between the two World Wars. Brailowsky was born in Kiev, Ukraine then part of the Russian Empire to a Jewish family, and as a boy, he studied piano with his father, a professional pianist. When he was 8, he studied in Kiev with Vladimir Puchalsky, a pupil of Theodor Leschetizky.