Piano Concerto No.2 in f-moll (1829)
3. Allegro vivace
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Yulianna Avdeeva - piano Erard, 1849. Orchestra of the 18th Century, conductor Frans Brüggen. Rec. Warsaw, 27, 28, 31 August and 1 September 2012.
Emanuel Ax, piano. Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Gustavo Dudamel - conductor.
Recorded: October 29-31, 1998, Montreal.
Recording date: January 1978.
Live from Carnegie Hall 9 January 1955.
December 10, 1950, New York (live).
Berlin-Dahlem, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, 26-29 June 1952.
Zdzislaw Gorzynski - conductor. Recorded: March 1955, Warsaw.
Recorded: February 21, 1960, Leningrad.
Recorded: June 1954, Vienna.
Recorded: June 1964, London.
Recorded: June 2007, Paris.
Recorded: November 1990, Košice, Slovakia.
Recorded: July 2009, Amsterdam.
Recorded: May 1989, Montreal.
Recorded: November 29, 1954, Boston.
Recorded: September 2011, Paris.
Recorded: September 1967, Paris.
Recorded: April 28-29, 1993, London.
Rotterdam Young Philharmonic, conductor: Arie van Beek / 27 June 1998, Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht
Recorded: July 4-6, 1997, Toulouse.
Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra Poland, Wojceich Rajski (conductor). Re-released in 1994.
Recorded: March 27, 1984, Moscow.
Recorded: 8.07.1935, London.
Salzburg, Haus fur Mozart, 28 July 2010.
Recorded: 25 September 1948, Haus des Rundfunks, Berlin.
Recorded: September 30, 2003, Germany.
Recorded: June 2008, Vienna.
Recorded: September 9, 1970, Geneva.
08 March 2018, Maison symphonique Montreal
Recorded: January 19-20, 1953, Paris.
Georgian SIMI Festival Orchestra, Nodar Tsatishvili (conductor).
Recorded at Kingsway Hall, London (England), July 6-7, 1959.
South Denmark Philharmonic. Recorded: August 2010, Sonderborg, Denmark.
Recorded in Stuttgart (Germany) in 1956.
Zurich Radio Orchestra. 1948.
Recorded at EMI Studio, Abbey Road, London (England), July 4, 6 and 9, 1984.
Recorded: September 2009, Warsaw.
Recorded: June 1951, Vienna.
Recorded: June 1997, Warsaw.
Polish National Symphony Orchestra. June 20-28, 1975, Katowice.
Quartet Prima Vista. Recorded: February 2000, Warsaw.
Recorded live at the Mann Auditorium, Tel Aviv, 1989.
Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, Oliver von Dohnanyi (conductor).
Recorded: June 1992, London.
Recorded: February 1983, Chicago.
Philharmonia Orchestra. Cond. Tugan Sokhiev. Live, 2010.
Recorded: December 22, 1966, Moscow.
Recorded: January 20, 1958, New York.
Recorded: January 8, 1931, London.
Recorded: March 25, 1946, New York.
Recorded: October 1, 1968, Philadelphia.
Live recording: February 22, 1960, Warsaw (Poland).
Recorded: May 26, 1968, London (live).
Recorded: September 2009, Dresden.
Released in 1959 on MUZA label (Polskie Nagrania).
Recorded at Abbey Road Studios in May 2014 on a Fazioli 278 Concert Grand Piano.
13th Chopin Competition, 1995.
Arr. By Mikhail Pletnev. Recorded: April & May 2017, Dortmund.
Recorded in 1965, New York.
CHAMBER PLAYERS OF CANADA: Jonathan CROW (violin); Manuela MILANI (violin); Guylaine LEMAIRE (viola); Julian ARMOUR (cello); Murielle BRUNEAU (double bass). Recorded: August 11-13, 2004, Ottawa (Ontario), Canada. CHAMBER VERSION WITH STRING QUINTET.
Recorded: July 1965, Salle de l`Alcazar, Monte Carlo.
Taken from a LP released by VOX (USA) in 1959.
National Philharmonic Orchestra Warsaw, Kazimierz KORD (conductor). Live recording from Chopin Competition Warsaw (Poland), 1955.
Krystian Zimerman - piano & conductor. Recorded: August 1999, Torino.
Recorded: November 1979, Los Angeles.
Chamber Version: Fumiko Shiraga (piano), The Yggdrasil Quartet, Jan-Inge Haukås (double bass). Recorded: December 6-7, 1996, Bochum.
Recorded in 1982 at Neues Gewandhaus, Leipzig.
Dang Thai Son - piano [Erard, 1849] / Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century - con. Frans Brüggen / rec. in 2006, Warsaw, Teatr Wielki Polish National Opera, festival `Chopin and his Europe`