Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in F-dur
2. Adagio - Andante
3. Allegro agitato
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Sondra BIANCA / «Orchestre Symphonique Concert Hall» / Walter GOEHR / 1956 ou 1957.
Orchestre Philharmonique de la Radio des Pays-Bas
Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra
Marin Alsop, Direction
Orchestra Filarmonica Italiana, Alessandro ARIGONI (conductor).
BBC Symphony Orchestra, Vernon Handley
Peter Donohoe - piano, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Sir Simon Rattle.
BBC National Orchestra of Wales, David Charles Abell (conductor). Recorded live at the Brangwyn Hall, Swansea (England), May 17, 2008.
Two rare radio broadcasts featuring Gershwin at the piano: Gershwin plays part of the slow movement of his Concerto in F (recorded in a broadcast on 7 April
1935) and an abridged version of the last movement (recorded in a `Music by Gershwin` broadcast on 9 April 1934), the latter recording being rediscovered in the 1990s thanks to the diligence of Peter Mintun.
Andante con moto (extract): 0:00
Allegro agitato(abridged): 3:54
Recorded at Studio 12, Radio-Canada, Montreal (Quebec), Canada, 2007.
Exactly as broadcast on CBS Radio from the Hollywood Bowl, September 6, 1937.
The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Oscar Dannon (conductor). Taken from a RCA VICTOR (Reader`s Digest) LP recorded at Walthamtow Town, London (England), February 1962.
the RSO Frankfurt
2 March 1973
Wayne Marshall - piano. Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Paavo Jarvi - conductor. Orchestra Hall, Chicago, 17 November 2006.
PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, William STEINBERG (conductor). Taken from a LP released by CAPITOL (USA) in 1953.
CSR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (BRATISLAVA), Richard HAYMAN (conductor). Recorded in Studio 1 of the Czechoslovak Radio in Bratislava, June 1989.
St. Louis Symphony - Leonard Slatkin conductor
CINCINNATI POPS ORCHESTRA, Erich KUNZELL (conductor). Recorded in Music Hall, Cincinnati (Ohio), USA, November 22-24, 1987.
BULGARIAN BROADCASTING SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Joe ALFIDI (conductor).
2016. London, Barbican Centre, London Philharmonic Orchestra
Boston Pops Orchestra. Conductor: Arthur Fiedler. 1959