Piano – Walter Gieseking. Also part of 11 LP boxed set Complete Works For Piano Solo. Catalog Number appears as ANG. 3. 72 on cover and as AN. 5072 on labels. Made In England Printed In France. Matrix, Runout (Side A - runout): XAX 410-IN. Matrix, Runout (Side B - runout): XAX 411-3N.
Piano Sonata N. 6 in B Flat Major, K,570 – 1. Allegro 9 Variations in D Major on a Minuet of Duport, . 73 Eine kleine gigue in G Major, . 74 Piano Sonata N. 7 in D Major, . 76 Andantino in E Flat Major, . 36 Minuet in D Major, . 55 Adagio in C Major, . 56 (for glass Harmonica). 8 Variations in F Major On The Song Ein weib ist das herrlichste ding, . 13 Andante in F Major, . 16 (for Mechanical Clock). Walter Gieseking – piano.
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Album · 2007 · 36 Songs. Brendel - Mozart - Concerto For Two Pianos And Orchestra - Sonata For Two Pianos. Brahms - Fantasias - Intermezzi - Piano Pieces.
Only 18 left in stock (more on the way). The affinity of Walter Gieseking for the music of Debussy is nothing less than legendary. As Gramophone magazine wrote: Debussy and Gieseking form an inseparable union where creator and recreator become one and the same person. Had Debussy lived to hear Gieseking he would surely have marvelled at such an uncanny identification with his very spirit.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Composer. Piano Sonata N. 4 in C-, . 57 Work. Paul Badura-Skoda Piano. Mozart: Solo Piano Works. Gieseking Plays Mozart.
Walter Wilhelm Gieseking (5 November 1895 – 26 October 1956) was a French-born German pianist and composer. Born in Lyon, France, the son of a German doctor and lepidopterist, Gieseking first started playing the piano at the age of four, but without formal instruction. His family travelled frequently and he was privately educated. From 1911 to early 1916, he studied at the Hanover Conservatory. There his mentor was the director Karl Leimer, with whom he later co-authored a piano method