One further note: The Horowitz material issued in 2009, including the 1986 Berlin Concert and Volumes 3 & 4 of the Private Collection series (a 5th volume is planned for 2010) are not included in this set. 2009 is the twentieth anniversary of Horowitz's death. It's nice to know he hasn't been forgotten. Vladimir Horowitz continues to be the most closely studied pianist even though he died in 1989.
Vladimir Horowitz – The Complete Original Jacket Collection. Vladimir Horowitz – The Complete Original Jacket Collection is a 70 CD boxed set featuring most of the recordings of the pianist Vladimir Horowitz. The collection contains recordings from 1928 to his final recording session just four days before his death in 1989.
Vladimir Horowitz died in 1989, and unlike other greats who passed on, the recordings of Horowitz are still very much in demand. There is no question that Horowitz was not simply a great pianist, but played a pivotal role in the history of the instrument. The marketing gimmick behind the Original Jacket Collection is a simple one: ten CDs, with the music duplicating the original LP release, with the original liner notes and bearing the original LP covers (albeit in miniaturized form). Horowitz was in his late prime during his Columbia (now Sony) years, 1962-1973.
The Original Jacket Collection is a Classical Music boxed set reissue series undertaken by Sony Classical. 1 Format In 2010, the series name was changed to Original Album Collection. Issues in the series. The sets have been issued since the series inception.
By Vladimir Horowitz. Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 30 (Live). Vladimir Horowitz in Recital at Ambassador College, Pasadena, February 22, 1976. More Vladimir Horowitz. Listen to The Original Jacket Collection - Vladimir Horowitz now. Listen to The Original Jacket Collection - Vladimir Horowitz in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Recordings that Horowitz made for RCA's European affiliate, HMV, are not included. Nor are the recordings he made with Deutsche Grammophon from 1985-1989. It is one of the largest issues in the Original Jacket Collection series, and supersedes two smaller Original Jacket issues of Horowitz material. The box includes 70 CDs, all of which are stored in individual sleeves. Also included is a 200 page booklet which includes track listings, recording dates, an essay by producer Jon Samuels, and a chronology of Horowitz's life
Though his performances still provoke controversy and debate about their musical worth, Vladimir Horowitz (1903-1989) was one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century. After he made his debut in the US in 1928, Horowitz recorded almost exclusively for RCA Victrola, and, from the 1960s onwards, for Columbia Records (CBS) before returning to RCA in his final years
Vladimir Horowitz at Carnegie Hall - The Private Collection: Schumann, Chopin, Liszt, and Balakirev. Horowitz at Home: Piano Works by Mozart, Schubert and Liszt.
Title: Legendary Rca Recordings Artist: Vladimir Horowitz Genre: Duration: 138 mins Format: CD, Album Type: CD No. of Discs: 2 disc(s) Studio, Label: Red Seal UK Release Date: . .Vladimir Horowitz: The Studio Recordings - New York 1985. The Horowitz of this period was a bit of a revelation to many people. This particular copy is one I bought for my dad, after I'd already gotten myself a copy NM 2 eye Vladimir Horowitz at Carnegie Hall double album.