Dinu Lipatti - Newly Discovered Recording Of Dinu Lipatti's Last Concert With Orchestra album download
|Piano Concerto No. 21 In C Major, K. 467|
|First Movement: Allegro Maestoso - Cadenza - Tempo I|
|Second Movement: Andante|
|Third Movement: Allegro Vivace Assai - Cadenza - Tempo I|
|Piano Sonata No. 3 In D Major, Op. 24 (Vivace Con Brio - Andantino Cantabile - Allegro Con Spirito)|
|ANG. 35931||Dinu Lipatti||Newly Discovered Recording Of Dinu Lipatti's Last Concert With Orchestra (LP, Album, Mono)||Angel Records||ANG. 35931||Canada||Unknown|
|35931||Mozart* - Dinu Lipatti, Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan, Enesco*||Mozart* - Dinu Lipatti, Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan, Enesco* - Piano Concerto In C, K 467; Piano Sonata In D, Op 24 (LP, Album, Mono)||Angel Records||35931||US||1961|
|ANG. 35931||Dinu Lipatti||Newly Discovered Recording Of Dinu Lipatti's Last Concert With Orchestra (LP, Album, Mono)||Angel Records||ANG. 35931||US||Unknown|
Piano – Dinu Lipatti. A1 to B1 - Recording of a performance at the Kunsthaus, Lucerne, 23 August 1950) B2 - Recorded October, 1943 Recorded in Switzerland. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout - stamped): XZX-9001-D1.
Lipatti's playing was hailed as having reached the highest degree of integrity and pianistic technique, which he employed in the quest for musical perfection. He was most appreciated for his performances of Frédéric Chopin, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Johann Sebastian Bach.
The ten days Dinu Lipatti spent in the studios at Radio Genève in July 1950 produced about two hours of legendary recordings that now fit onto two CDs. This intensive work was made possible by cortisone treatment, which supported Lipatti’s health and gave him a level of vitality he had not known for some time. However, the experimental injections could not be continued with the frequency that had seemingly resurrected the pianist, and the Hodgkin’s Lymphoma from which he had been suffering since 1943 strengthened its grip
Dinu Lipatti’s recordings are prized for their clarity, precision, and good taste. When the young Romanian died at the age of thirty-three, posterity was left with just a bit more than three hours of studio recordings (all made for EMI), performances that are classics of the gramophone, and relatively few concert or broadcast recordings of Lipatti have been found. Jolyon Hudson has discovered that in late 1920 Areltt broke with his usual pattern of licensing masters from other labels, and began recording a short series of new discs, inscribed in Austria for his Union label, using hired Lindström engineers. As they were issued the newly-recorded discs bore catalogue numbers 1 through 263. This newly-found version was recorded at Rosenthal’s penultimate recording session, for RCA Victor, in Chicago in 1939.
Dinu Constantin Lipatti (Romanian pronunciation: (listen); 1 April 1917 – 2 December 1950) was a Romanian classical pianist and composer whose career was cut short by his death from causes related to Hodgkin's disease at age 33. He was elected posthumously to the Romanian Academy.
Dinu Lipatti (March 19, 1917, Bucharest – December 2, 1950, Geneva) was a Romanian classical pianist and composer whose career was tragically cut short by his death from Hodgkin's disease at age 33. Despite his short career and a relatively small recorded legacy, Lipatti is considered as one of the finest pianists of the 20th century.