Habanera for Two Pianos (1895)
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ANTONIO BARBOSA, PIANO. Recorded by Connoisseur Society (USA) in 1971. NEVER RELEASED ON CD.
Recorded: May 10-11, 1962, Prague.
ABRAM ZHAK (piano). (All the works performed on a B-flat trumpet). Taken from a LP recorded by MELODIYA and released in USA by COLUMBIA RECORDS in 1975.
Recorded: December 3-7, 1951, New York.
Recorded: March 29, 1957, New York.
(Transcribed for oboe and piano by Fernand Gillet). Recorded at Studio One, CBC Vancouver, Canada, 1994.
CHARLES REINER (piano). Taken from a rare LP released by ACADIA (Canada) in 1963.
Studio No.1, Abbey Road, London; 30.XII.1968.
Marcel Gazelle - piano. Recorded: 6 April 1943, No.3 Studio, Abbey Road, London.
Ginette Neveu - violin, Jean Neveu - piano.
Bruno Rigutto - piano. Recorded: December 8, 2001.
Leon Pommers - piano. 1956-60.
Futaba Inoue - piano. Recorded: October 23-24, 1975, Tokyo.
Orchestre National de Lyon, conductor Leonard Slatkin. Label: Naxos. Rec. 2-3 Sept. 2011, Lyon.
Shuku Iwasaki (piano). Recorded at Setagaya Public Hall, Tokyo (Japan), January 16-17, 1972.
Piece en forme d`Habanera. M. Erokhin, piano. Brilliant Classics. Rec. 02.03.1968.
Jacques Février - piano. Label: Decca.
October 17, 1944, New York.