Concerto for piano and orchestra No.1 in e-moll (1830)
1. Allegro maestoso
2. Romance: Larghetto
3. Rondo: Vivace
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Rec. Warsaw, 2012 / piano Erard, 1849
Recording date: February 1968.
National Philharmonic Orchestra Warsaw, Witold ROWICKI (conductor). Live recording from Chopin Competition Warsaw (Poland), 1965.
Orchestra `Gasparo da Salo`, Agostino Orizio (conductor). Live recording in Teatro Grande, Brescia (Italy), June 6, 1967.
ORCHESTRE SYMPHONIQUE DE MONTRÉAL, Charles DUTOIT (conductor). Recorded at Saint-Eustache Church, Montréal (Québec), Canada, October 1998.
Recorded: 1954, 25 October, Live.
Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, 25-26 July 1959
Recorded: August 1997, Berlin.
Recorded: June 1954, Vienna.
Recorded: May 1989, Montreal.
Alexander Brailowsky (piano), RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, conductor: William Steinberg
A.Veissenberg - piano. Orchestre de la Société des concerts du Conservatoire. Cond. S.Skrowaczewski.
Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Andreas Albert (conductor). Recorded in Australia, 1982.
Taken from a LP recorded by DACAPO (Germany), Berlin, 1958, NEVER RE-RELEASED ON CD.
Piano Roll, recorded in october 1925. `Nimbus Records Grand Piano series` - 2000 ãîä.
Recorded by RCA VICTOR in Boston, March 14, 1960.
Rotterdam Young Philharmonic, conductor: Arie van Beek / 26 June 1998, Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht
from edition `Chopin: Piano Works. François-René Duchâble` (6 CD, 2016)
Austrian Symphony Orchestra, Felix Prohaska (conductor). Taken from a very rare LP released by REMINGTON Records (USA) in 1952.
Andrei Korobeinikov, piano. Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor Antoni Wit. Bartók National Concert Hall, Budapest, 18 November 2010, live.
Ewa Kupiec, piano / Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski (conductor) / Recorded 30/09/2003, Germany
Philharmonia Bulgarica, Dimiter Manolov (conductor). Released in 1989.
Stuttgart Suddeutscher Rundfunks Symphony Orchestra, Hans MÜLLER-KRAY (conductor). Recorded in Stuttgart (Germany) in 1956. Taken from a LP reissued by MUSIDISC (France).
Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, Walter Goehr (conductor). Taken from a rare LP recorded by MUSICAL MASTERPIECE SOCIETY in early 1950s.
Recorded at EMI Studio, Abbey Road, London (England), July 4, 6 and 9, 1984.
Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Jonel Perlea (conductor). Taken from a LP released by VOX (USA) in late 1950s.
Warsaw National Philharmonic, Witold Rowicki (conductor). Taken from a LP recorded live by POLSKIE NAGRANIA at Chopin International Piano Competition, October 1970.
Polish National Symphony Orchestra. June 20-28, 1975, Katowice.
New York Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta (conductor). Recorded at Avery Fisher Hall, New York City (USA), 1979.
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Zubin Mehta (conductor). Recorded live at the Mann Auditorium, Tel Aviv, 1989.
National Philharmonic Orchestra Warsaw, Jerzy KATLEWICZ (conductor). Live recording from Chopin Competition Warsaw (Poland), 1960.
Lausanne, Théâtre de Beaulieu, 7 may 1968.
HAMBURG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Heribert BEISSEL (conductor). Released in 1973.
Orquesta Sinfonica de Galicia. Cond. Tamás Vásáry. Munich, 1977.
Grigory Sokolov - piano. Münchner Philharmoniker. Cond. Witold Rowicki. Rec. 27.11.1977.
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios in May 2014 on a Fazioli 278 Concert Grand Piano.
Arr. By Mikhail Pletnev. 2017.
Royal Philarmonic Orchestra, Sir Malcolm Sargent, conductor. October 9-10, 1965
Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, Andras Korodi (conductor).
CHAMBER PLAYERS OF CANADA: Jonathan CROW (violin); Manuela MILANI (violin); Guylaine LEMAIRE (viola); Julian ARMOUR (cello); Murielle BRUNEAU (double bass). Recorded in Ottawa (Ontario), Canada. Released in 2005. CHAMBER VERSION WITH STRING QUINTET.
Monte Carlo National Opera Orchestra, conductor: Louis Frémaux. Recorded: July 1965, Salle de l`Alcazar, Monte Carlo
Nelson Freire, NDR-Sinfonieorchester, Heinz Wallberg. Decca, Nelson Freire Radio Days - The Concerto Broadcasts 1968-1979.
ORCHESTRA OF THE VIENNA VOLKSOPER, Michael GIELEN (conductor). Taken from a LP released by VOX (USA) in 1959.
Krystian Zimmerman - piano, Kyrill Kondrashin - conductor, Concertgebouworkest Amsterdam. Label: Deutsche Grammophon.
1967. Orchestre National de l`ORTF.
2016 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin
Chamber Version: Fumiko Shiraga (piano), The Yggdrasil Quartet, Jan-Inge Haukås (double bass)
Dang Thai Son - piano [Erard, 1849] / Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century - con. Frans Brüggen / rec. in 2005, Warsaw Philharmonie Concert Hall, festival `Chopin and his Europe`