- Performer:Arthur Rubinstein
- Title:Rubinstein Collection, Vol. 64
- Style:Chamber Music
- Date of release:1999
- Size FLAC version1636 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1814 megabytes
- Size WMA version1571 megabytes
- Formats:MIDI AIFF APE VOX VOC XM
The Complete Album Collection 142 CD set. Contains all previously issued RCA recordings, plus three CDs of previously unissued material drawn from Carnegie Hall performances in 1961: CD 140: Debussy: L'Isle joyeuse, La plus que lente, Preludes, Book II - No. 8, Ondine. Falla: el amor brujo: No. 11, Dance of Terror, The Three-Cornered Hat: Dance of the Miller's Wife. Granados: The Maiden and the Nightingale.
Arthur Rubinstein’s 82 years before the public comprised one of the longest and most fulfilling piano careers in history. He adored giving concerts, and audiences in turn responded to the communicative immediacy and emotional balance governing the pianist’s red-blooded and generous approach to music making. Rubinstein also loved to make recordings, and he left behind a considerable discography that basically began in 1928 and ended during the 89-year-old veteran’s final concert season in 1976.
The Arthur Rubinstein Complete Album Collection presents music lovers with the entire discography of the pianist Arthur Rubinstein on RCA Red Seal, and this legacy is both authentic and comprehensive. This collection contains all the recordings of legendary pianist has recorded for RCA Red Seal label in the years 1940 to 1976. This period includes both mono and stereo recordings. CD 64 rubinstein plays chopin. CD 65 beethoven – piano sonatas no. 21 Waldstein & no. 18 The hunt ~ rubinstein. CD 66 chopin – piano concerto no. 2, grande polonaise brillante ~ rubinstein, wallenstein.
On the bonus DVDs: Rubinstein Remembered, a documentary chronicling his life, and The Benefit Recital for Israel from 1975. In the 164-page full-color hardcover book: a wealth of essays and photos plus complete discography, track listings and discographical notes. And on those 142 CDs?
One of the great poets of the piano, Rubinstein is heard here on every RCA Victor album he made from 1940-76, and also on one Decca album from 1978. Lastly, you'll hear the fine recordings he made in England for HMV between 1928 and 1940 plus the world-premiere release of two Carnegie Hall concerts from December 8 and 10, 1961 (featuring works by Debussy and Chopin). On the bonus DVDs: Rubinstein Remembered, a documentary chronicling his life, and The Benefit Recital for Israel from 1975. In the 164-page full-color hardcover book: a wealth of essays and photos plus complete discography,.
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CreditsGregor Piatigorsky - Cello
Arthur Rubinstein - Piano, Primary Artist
Harvey Sachs - Liner Notes
Max Wilcox - Producer
|Sonata for cello & piano No. 1 in E minor, Op. 38|
|1||Allegro non troppo||Arthur Rubinstein||10:43|
|2||Allegretto quasi menuetto||Arthur Rubinstein||5:36|
|Sonata for cello & piano No. 2 in F major, Op. 99|
|4||Allegro vivace||Arthur Rubinstein||8:55|
|5||Adagio affetuoso||Arthur Rubinstein||7:44|
|6||Allegro passionato||Arthur Rubinstein||7:36|
|7||Allegro molto||Arthur Rubinstein||4:12|
|8||Intermezzo for piano in A major, Op. 118/2||Arthur Rubinstein||5:09|
|9||Intermezzo for piano in E minor, Op. 119/2||Arthur Rubinstein||4:42|
|10||Intermezzo for piano in C sharp minor, Op. 117/3||Arthur Rubinstein||5:50|
|11||Intermezzo for piano in C major, Op.119/3||Arthur Rubinstein||1:59|
|12||Intermezzo for piano in E flat minor, Op. 118/6||Arthur Rubinstein||4:47|