Alberto Ginastera - Concerto For Piano And Orchestra; Piano Sonata album download
|Piano Concerto: A. Cadenza E Varianti|
|Piano Concerto: B. Scherzo Allucinante|
|Piano Concerto: C. ADAGISSIMO|
|Piano Concerto: D. Toccata Concertata|
|Sonata For Piano: A. Allegro Marcato|
|Sonata For Piano: B. Presto Misterioso|
|Sonata For Piano: C. Adagio Molto Appasionato|
|Sonata For Piano: D. Ruvido Ed Ostinato|
|DC 6402||Alberto Ginastera||Concerto For Piano And Orchestra; Piano Sonata (LP)||Desto||DC 6402||US||Unknown|
|DC 6402, DS 6402||Alberto Ginastera||Concerto For Piano And Orchestra; Piano Sonata (LP)||Desto, Desto||DC 6402, DS 6402||US||Unknown|
Matrix, Runout (Runout side 1 etched): D-402 A-1 6-24-64. Matrix, Runout (Runout side 2 etched): D-402 B-1 6-24-64.
The Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 28, is the first piano concerto by the Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera. The work was commissioned by the Koussevitzky Foundation and was completed in 1961. It was first performed by the pianist João Carlos Martins and the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Howard Mitchell in Washington, . The concerto was Ginastera's first composition for piano since his Piano Sonata No. 22, written in 1952.
Alberto Ginastera: concerto for Piano & Orchestra; Sonata for Piano. Piano Sonata N., Op. 22. 1.
Piano, Primary Artist. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
Sonata Piano: Allegro Marcato - Produced - Hilde Somer. 2. Sonata Piano: Presto Misterioso - Produced - Hilde Somer. 3. Sonata Piano: Adagio Molto Appassionato - Produced - Hilde Somer. 4. Sonata Piano: Ruvido Ed Ostinato - Produced - Hilde Somer. 5. Concerto Piano: Candenza E Varianti - Produced - Ernst Maerzendorfer, conductor, Wiener Philharmoniker. 6. Concerto Piano & Orchestra: Scherzo Allucinante - Produced - Ernst Maerzendorfer, conductor, Wiener Philharmoniker.
Piano Concerto No. 28 2 Pianos, 4 hands Boosey and Hawkes. Reduction for Two Pianos, Four Hands. By Alberto Ginastera. Boosey and Hawkes Piano.
Alberto Ginastera moved back to the USA in 1968 and then in 1970 to Europe and lived mostly in Geneva. He died in Geneva, Switzerland, at the age of 67 and was buried in the Cimetière des Rois there. Alberto Ginastera was married to the pianist Mercedes de Toro in 1941. After their divorce in 1965, he married the Argentine cellist Aurora Natola, for whom he wrote the Sonata for violoncello & piano, Op. 49 (1979), which she played in New York on December 13, 1979, and his Cello Concerto No. 2, Op. 50 (1980-1981), which she performed in Buenos Aires on July 6, 1981.
28, is the first piano concerto by the Argentinian composer Alberto Ginastera. 22, written in 1952 Composition.