- Performer:Vladimir de Pachmann
- Title:Pachmann: The Mythic Pianist, 1907-1927
- Date of release:2001
- Size FLAC version1313 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1332 megabytes
- Size WMA version1109 megabytes
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Vladimir de Pachmann. Pachmann: The Mythic Pianist, 1907-1927. Nocturne for piano in E minor, KK IV/b. Vladimir de Pachmann.
Vladimir von Pachmann or Pachman (27 July 1848 – 6 January 1933) was a pianist of Russian-German ethnicity, especially noted for performing the works of Chopin, and also for his eccentric on-stage style. Pachmann was born in Odessa, Ukraine as Vladimir Pachmann. The von or later de as a nobiliary particle was most probably added to his name by himself. Three of his brothers serving as officers in the Imperial Russian Army did not use the particle, as might be expected.
Pachmann: The Mythic Pianist, 1907-1927. 2. Nocturne for piano No. 8 in D flat major, Op. 27/2, CT. 115.
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Pachman stopped playing and shouted If you can’t be quiet, get out! On another occasion, the presence of a woman in the front row cooling herself with an enormous fan drove him to distraction.
From the G&Ts of 1907 to the Victors of 1927 the troublesome genius of Vladimir de Pachmann lives once again in Arbiter’s well-chosen compilation. Pachmann followed such as Anton Rubinstein as one of the titans of the keyboard. The late, 1927 recording of the E minor Nocturne – remember that Pachmann was fifty-nine when he first recorded and in 1927 he was 79 – has far too subdued a left hand and also moments of loss of structural control. The tone itself is frequently beautiful but it’s no longer allied to commensurate acuity of span or, to be fair, digital flexibility. The D flat Nocturne from two years earlier – an early electric – is chaotic.
CreditsMaurizio Catani - Graphic Design
Allan Evans - Producer
Mark Mitchell - Liner Notes
Vladimir de Pachmann - Piano, Primary Artist
John Wilton - Graphic Design
|1||Nocturne for piano in E minor, KK IV/b||Vladimir de Pachmann||4:10|
|2||Nocturne for piano No. 8 in D flat major, Op. 27/2, CT. 115||Vladimir de Pachmann||4:33|
|3||Nocturne for piano No. 4 in F major, Op. 15/1, CT. 111||Vladimir de Pachmann||4:38|
|4||Nocturne for piano No. 12 in G major, Op. 37/2, CT. 119||Vladimir de Pachmann||4:42|
|5||Waltz for piano No. 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 64/2, CT. 213||Vladimir de Pachmann||3:11|
|6||Mazurka for piano No. 31 in A flat major, Op. 50/2, CT. 81||Vladimir de Pachmann||2:49|
|7||Mazurka for piano No. 38 in F sharp minor, Op. 59/3, CT. 88||Vladimir de Pachmann||2:45|
|8||Mazurka for piano No. 45 in A minor, Op. 67/4. CT. 95||Vladimir de Pachmann||2:16|
|9||Mazurka for piano No. 24 in C major, Op. 33/3, CT. 74||Vladimir de Pachmann||1:11|
|10||Impromptu for piano in A flat major, Op. 29, CT. 43||Vladimir de Pachmann||3:40|
|11||Etude for piano No. 3 in E major, Op. 10/3, CT. 16||Vladimir de Pachmann||3:22|
|12||Etude for piano No. 5 in G flat major, Op. 10/5, CT. 18||Vladimir de Pachmann||2:11|
|13||Etude for piano No. 12 in C minor ("Revolutionary"), Op. 10/12, CT. 25||Vladimir de Pachmann||3:20|
|14||Etude for piano No. 17 in E minor, Op. 25/5, CT.30||Vladimir de Pachmann||3:13|
|Ballade for piano No. 4 in F minor, Op. 52, CT. 5|
|15||2nd half||Vladimir de Pachmann||3:26|
|16||Prelude for piano No. 15 in D flat major, Op. 28/15, CT. 180||Vladimir de Pachmann||4:28|
|17||Prelude for piano No. 24 in D minor, Op. 28/24, CT. 189||Vladimir de Pachmann||2:35|
|Prelude & Fugue for piano in E minor/E major, Op. 35/1|
|18||Prelude in E minor||Vladimir de Pachmann||2:02|
|19||Song Without Words for piano No. 12 in F sharp minor ("Venetianisches Gondellied"), Op. 30/6||Vladimir de Pachmann||2:23|
|20||Song Without Words for piano No. 34 in C major ("Spinnerlied"), Op. 67/4||Vladimir de Pachmann||1:41|
|21||Etude for piano ("La Fileuse"), Op. 157/2||Vladimir de Pachmann||3:25|
|22||Novellette for piano in F major, Op. 21/1||Vladimir de Pachmann||4:36|
|23||Capriccio for piano in C sharp minor, Op. 76/5||Vladimir de Pachmann||3:14|
|Polonaise, for piano No.2 in E major, S. 223/2 (LW A171/2)|
|24||2nd half||Vladimir de Pachmann||3:43|