Gerhard Oppitz - Johannes Brahms mp3 album
|Date of release:||1989|
|MP3 album size:||1724 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1555 mb|
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Gerhard Oppitz is a German pianist with an unusually broad repertory, encompassing not only a vast range of traditional works - the complete output of Brahms and Grieg, and whole chunks of Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Ravel, Liszt, and von Weber - but also a large portion of the modern.
Gerhard Oppitz (born 5 February 1953) is a German classical pianist. In the summer 1977, at the age of 24, Oppitz was the first German to win the Arthur Rubinstein piano competition in Tel Aviv, Israel. In 2009 he received the Brahmspreis from the Brahms Society of Schleswig-Holstein.
Gerhard Oppitz (born 5 February 1953, Frauenau) is a German classical pianist. He studied with Paul Buck, Hugo Steurer and Wilhelm Kempff. In 1981 he was appointed professor at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München – the youngest in the history of the institute – where he still teaches. As a soloist he has appeared with many famous conductors and orchestras of the world.
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Brahms: Complete Piano Music. 3. Scherzo: Allegro molto e con fuoco. 4. Finale: Allegro con fuoco. Pieces (4) for piano, Op.
Piano – Gerhard Oppitz. Producer, Engineer – Ursula Singer. Total playing time: 55'21". Recorded, Aufnahme, Enregistrement: Reitstadel, Neumarkt, Germany, 8/1996. Heinrich Schiff plays on the Stradivarius The Mara, Ao. 1711 Gerhard Oppitz appears with kind permission of BMG Classics. Track 6 is misspelled on the inlay card. It reads: Allegro ppassionata. Page 3 of the booklet has the correct spelling, Allegro passionata.
Allegro molto moderato. Lydia Mordkovitch, Gerhard Oppitz. 9. Un poco presto e sentimento. 10. Presto agitato.
He has distinguished himself amongst the younger pianists in not rushing as so many of them do, to get notice or whatever it is they seek by playing at a breakneck speed that often, and most usually, ruins the performance. banging and pounding are not signs of a virtuoso pianist. accurately and thoughtfully, introspectively thought out and executed, yet with wonderful "life" to them not necessarily demonstrated in Julius Katchen's traversal of many years ago on Decca, but don't get me wrong, I love that old set dearly.
In 1973, Gerhard Oppitz met Wilhelm Kempff who soon became his guide and mentor. Wilhelm Kempff invited the young pianist to attend his private master-class in Positano where he coached him in the sonatas and concertos of . Wilhelm Kempff was impressed by the striking similarities in their interpretative outlooks.
|Sonate Für Klavier Nr. 3 F-Moll (Op. 5)|
|2||Andante: Andante Espressivo||13:48|
|3||Scherzo: Allegro Energico||4:34|
|4||Intermezzo: Andante Molto||3:20|
|5||Finale: Allegro MOderato Ma Rubato||7:27|
|Vier Klavierstücke (Op. 119)|
|7||Intermezzo: Andantino Un Poco Agitato||4:41|
|8||Intermezzo: Grazioso E Giocoso||1:22|
|9||Rhapsodie: Alelgro Risoluto||5:09|
- Piano – Gerhard Oppitz (tracks: 1 - 9)
- Written By – Johannes Brahms (tracks: 1 - 9)
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