Sonata for Piano and Arpeggione a-moll
1. Allegro moderato
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Tanya Anisimova (cello) & Pi-Hsun Shih (piano)
Dino Asciolla - viola, Arnalro Graziosi - piano.
Taken from a LP released by HARMONIA MUNDI (France) in 1977.
Recorded at Studio 1, RTBF Flagey (Belgium), April 1990.
Conservatoire de Reims, 25 June 2014
Recorded: July 2-5, 1997, Haarlem, Holland.
Bearbeitung von Gaspar Cassady. January 2015.
Gerard Causse, François-Rene Duchable.
Recorded in St. Martin`s, East Woodhay, England, February 23-26, 2004.
Gerhart Darmstadt (arpeggione) / Egino KLEPPER (hammerklavier) / Musikinstrumenten-Museum Berlin, 2005
Nicolas Deletaille (arpeggione) & Paul Badura-Skoda (period piano)
EKE MENDEZ (piano). Recorded in August 1988.
Miclos Schoen - piano. 1994
Recorded: June 2005, Sion, Switzerland.
Recorded: December 10-12, 1996, Heidelberg.
Rec. 10-13 February 2014, Bremen & 30-31 May 2017, Berlin.
Arlene Shrut (piano), 2000
Recorded at Richardson Auditorium, Princeton, New Jersey, August 30 & 31, 1995.
GUIDO ALBERTO BORCIANI (piano). Recorded in 1950.
Recorded in 1978 and 1980.
2013, Roma. Tr. for cello and strings by Luigi Povano
Mstislav Rostropovich, cello; Benjamin Britten, piano. 1961, London
ECKART SELLHEIM (piano). Recorded at Festeburg Kirche, Frankfurt (Germany), November 27-29, 1978.
double-bass - Rustem Shagimardanov, piano - Acya Korepanova / Rahmaninov hall, 14.03.2004
(Transcribed for flute and piano by Yoav Talmi). Recorded at the Jerusalem Music Centre, 1994.
MARIE-ÈVE SCARFONE (piano). Recorded on October 2014 at Saint-Augustin-de-Mirabel Church, Québec, Canada.
Maria de la Pau (piano). Recorded at No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London (England), March 16-17, 1981.