Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 30 – I. Allegro ma non tanto From RACHMANINOV, S.: Piano Concerto No. 3 / Variations on a Theme of Corelli (2018) Released by Naxos Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 3 in D
Rachmaninoff composed his Opus 33 Études-Tableaux between August and September of 1911, the year after he completed his Opus 32 Preludes, and while the Opus 33 shares some stylistic points with the Preludes, the pieces are very unlike them. Rachmaninoff
Boris Giltburg spent all night playing Rachmaninov for a very special film, revealed here! It’s the dead of night, probably around 3am. Outside, on the main street, cars are still whooshing by. Inside, it’s mostly dark, apart from two spotlights
In the summer of 1939, Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943) left England for America to avoid the omnipresent threat of war. He had had a successful career in the US, touring as concert pianist, but now he was ill and tired.
Etudes-tableaux, Op. 39 No. 2 in A Minor: Lento assai From RACHMANINOV, S.: Etudes-tableaux, Op. 39 / Moments Musicaux (2016) Released by Naxos Rachmaninov: Etudes-tableaux, Op. 39 – No. 2 in A Minor: Lento assaiPianist Boris Giltburg sees Rachmaninov’s Études-tableaux,Op.
“Minors of the Majors” invites you to discover compositions by the great classical composers that for one reason or another have not reached the musical mainstream. Please enjoy, and keep listening!