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Album · 1999 · 5 Songs. Piano Concerto In A Minor, Op. 17: Allegro. 2.
By Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Janina Fialkowska, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Antoni Wit. 1999, 5 songs. 1. 17: I. Allegro. 17: II. Romanza: Andante. 3. 17: III. Allegro molto vivace.
Ignace Paderewski was a figure who would have been well known a century ago, to Polish audiences, American ones, and quite a few in between. The great virtuoso drew huge crowds in North America as a pianist and became the first prime minister of independent modern Poland. He might or might not have played the two early works for piano and orchestra recorded on this album, but they're all but forgotten today, and they shed light on the growth of this important and interesting figure from the age of late Romantic concert life. Ignace Jan Paderewski. Kevin Kenner, Marcin Naleçz-Niesiolowski.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski (November 6, 1860 - June 29, 1941) was a Polish pianist, composer, diplomat and politician, and the third Prime Minister of Poland. He is sometimes referred to by the German version of his name Ignaz Paderewski. Ignacy Jan Paderewski was born in the village of Kuryłówka in the province of Podolia, annexed Polish territory by Russia. His father was an administrator of large estates.
Paderewski, IJ Paderewski, Ignac paderewski, Ignacy J. Paderewski, Ян Падеревський Ігнацій, Ignatius Ioannes Paderwski, Ignatius Paderwski, इग्नास यान पादेरेव्स्की, Ян Падеревски, Игнаций Падеревски, Игнаций Ян Падеревски, Игнаси Падеревски, Игнац Падеревски, პადერევსკი, იგნაცი იან, Jan Paderewski, Paderewski. C. Canzone (Paderewski, Ignacy Jan). Chants du voyageur, O. (Paderewski, Ignacy Jan).
Ignacy Paderewski’s Piano Concerto belongs with the finest works of Romantic nationalism, right up there with the similar works of Grieg, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninov. The reasons for its comparative neglect are simply unfathomable: it has great tunes, is very well orchestrated, and sounds like a blast to play. The Polish Fantasy is equally attractive, and would make a very welcome change of pace in concert from the endless parade of Paganini Rhapsodies and other such warhorses
Piano Concert in A minor, Op. 17 is both one of the most famous pieces in Paderewski’s repertoire, as well as one of the greatest Polish piano achievements. The composition is distinguished by beautiful melodics, subtle emotionality, a well-balanced virtuosity and transparent facture, especially of the solo instrument, as well as a clear construction. 17 is both one of the most famous pieces in Paderewski’s repertoire and one of the greatest Polish piano achievements. The first part of the work – an allegro – had already been written back in 1882, and was thus written by the artist when he was in his twenties. Paderewski performed the piece a year later at one of the meetings of the Warsaw Music Society. The rest of the composition was written over the course of the next few years.
|1||Koncert Fortepianowy A-moll Op. 17 I. Allegro||16:10|
|2||Koncert Fortepianowy A-moll Op. 17 II. Romanza. Andante||9:55|
|3||Koncert Fortepianowy A-moll Op. 17 III. Allegro molto vivace||8:07|
|4||Fantazja Polska Gis-moll Op. 19 / Polish Fantasy In G Sharp Minor Op. 19||21:27|
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