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Rudolf Buchbinder - The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas (2021)

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Rudolf Buchbinder - The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas (2021)

Rudolf Buchbinder - The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas (2021)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 1.9 GB | 09:44:42
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon

Rudolf Buchbinder is one of the legendary artists of our time. His piano playing is an unparalleled fusion of the authority of a career spanning more than 60 years with spirit and spontaneity. Few musicians have engaged with Beethoven's music as intensively and over such a long period as legendary Austrian Maestro Rudolf Buchbinder. He has performed the 32 piano sonatas 60 times in cycles all over the world and developed the story of their interpretation over decades. At the Salzburger Festspiele in 2014 he was the first pianist ever playing all 32 Sonatas on several recitals in one festival season.

Rudolf Buchbinder - The Complete Beethoven Piano Concertos (2021)

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Rudolf Buchbinder - The Complete Beethoven Piano Concertos (2021)

Rudolf Buchbinder - The Complete Beethoven Piano Concertos (2021)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 655 MB | 02:43:51
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon

Rudolf Buchbinder (born 1 December 1946, Litoměřice, Czechoslovakia) is an Austrian classical pianist.

Nikolaus Harnoncourt - The Complete Sony Recordings, Part 7 [6CDs] (2016)

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Nikolaus Harnoncourt - The Complete Sony Recordings, Part 7 [6CDs] (2016)

Nikolaus Harnoncourt - The Complete Sony Recordings, Part 7 (2016)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 1,48 Gb | Total time: 05:48:52 | Scans included
Classical | Label: Sony Classical | # 88875173752 | Recorded: 1991-2015

Nikolaus Harnoncourt The Complete Sony Recordings brings together for the first time Harnoncourt s complete recordings from 2002-2015 with his Concentus Musicus Wien, the Wiener Philharmonike, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the Symphonieorchester des Bayrischen Rundfunks. The Sony Classical edition features his famous symphony recordings of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Bruckner, alongside his celebrated performances of great choral works such as the Verdi, Brahms and Mozart Requiems and Haydn's Die Schöpfung, as well as Mozart's opera Zaide, Haydn's Orlando paladino and Gershwin's Porgy and Bess. Also included are previously authorized but unreleased recordings of J. S. Bach s Cantatas Nos. 26 & 36, Beethoven's Christus am Ölberge and Dvorák's Stabat Mater.

Rudolf Buchbinder - Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 15; 6 Piano Variations in F Major, Op. 34 (2020)

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Rudolf Buchbinder - Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 15; 6 Piano Variations in F Major, Op. 34 (2020)

Rudolf Buchbinder, Berlin Philharmonic & Christian Thielemann - Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 15; 6 Piano Variations in F Major, Op. 34 (2020)
WEB FLAC (tracks) - 176 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 113 Mb | 00:49:08
Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon

Celebrated pianist and renowned Beethoven specialist Rudolf Buchbinder releases his second album with Deutsche Grammophon following his exclusive contract with the label in 2019. The album captures a breath taking live performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 1. from 2016 between Buchbinder, his long time friend Christian Thielemann , and the Berlin Philharmonics. This does not only represent the first DG release with Christian Thielemann and the Berlin Philharmonics but also celebrates Beethoven’s 250th anniversary this year. The album is completed with Beethoven’s six variations for piano op. 34 recorded in August 2019, which is also when Buchbinder recorded his successful Diabelli Variations.

Rudolf Buchbinder, Nikolaus Harnoncourt - Brahms: Piano Concertos (2000)

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Rudolf Buchbinder, Nikolaus Harnoncourt - Brahms: Piano Concertos (2000)

Rudolf Buchbinder, Nikolaus Harnoncourt - Brahms: Piano Concertos (2000)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 01:37:45 | 436 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Teldec | Catalog: 80212

Few musical partnerships have elicited such divergent critical opinions as Maurizio Pollini and Claudio Abbado in Brahms’s two piano concertos. Reviewing the First Concerto in April 1999, Richard Osborne found ‘a lack of quickness and intelligence in the inner-part playing’ while missing ‘any real sense of interaction between soloist and orchestra’. A year earlier Bryce Morrison, in his review of the Second Concerto, had found it ‘impossible to think of them apart, their unity [here] is so indissoluble’. BM also praised what he heard as ‘a granitic reading stripped of all surplus gesture, preening mannerism or overt display, intent only on the unveiling of a musical or moral truth’.