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√The Chopin Masters (Limited Edition) von Frederic Chopin - Box set jetzt im Deutsche Grammophon Shop
√The Chopin Masters (Limited Edition) von Frederic Chopin - Box set jetzt im Deutsche Grammophon Shop

Frederic Chopin The Chopin Masters (Limited Edition)

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Release on: 09/17/2021
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Featuring the Great Chopin Pianists from the past and today, Deutsche Grammophon presents a 28-CD box limited edition highlighting the riches of its Chopin catalogue, including winners and laureates of the International Chopin Competition such as Martha Argerich, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Maurizio Pollini, Krystian Zimerman, Rafał Blechacz, Michel Block, Seong-Jin Cho, YUNDI LI, among others, and many of the most legendary Chopin artists of all time as Géza Anda, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Emil Gilels, Tamás Vásáry, Ivo Pogorelich, etc.

  • From rare recitals to iconic award-winning bestsellers and cult albums
  • First ever release of the Piano Concerto No. 1 with Maria Joao Pires and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by André Previn in 1991
  • New to CD: Stefan Askenase (CD 4), Michel Block (CD 9), Halina Czerny-Stefanska (CD 13), Julian von Karolyi (CD 17), Dang Thai Son (CD 24), Roberto Szidon (CD 25), Fou Ts'ong (CD 26)
  • First international release on CD: Adam Harasiewicz (CD 16)
  • 72 page booklet with new liner notes by Jed Distler (English/German)
  • Original Jacket collection
  • 2-piece rigid lift off lid box: Dimensions: 126mm x 130mm x 80mm
  • Weight approx. 700gr

Tracklist:

CD 1 Géza Anda

Préludes Op. 28 ∙ Polonaise Op. 53

CD 2 Martha Argerich (Chopin Competition Winner 1965)

Préludes Opp. 28, 45 & Op. Posth. In A Flat Major ∙ Piano Sonata No. 2 Op. 35

CD 3 Vladimir Ashkenazy (Second Prize Chopin Competition 1955)

Piano Concerto No. 2 Op. 21

Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, Zdzislaw Gorzynski Conductor

Ballade Op. 38 ∙ Études Opp. 10/1 & 25/3 Mazurkas Opp. 41/4 & 30/4 ∙ Scherzo Op. 54

CD 4 Stefan Askenase

Waltzes Opp. 18, 34, 42, 64, Opp. Posth. 69, 70, Kk Iva/15 ∙ Polonaises Opp. 53 & 40

CD 5 Daniel Barenboim

Nocturnes Opp. 9/2, 15, 27/1, 32/1, 37, 48, 55/1, 62/2 & Op. Post. 72/1

CD 6 Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli

Mazurkas Opp. 67/2, 56/2, 67/4, 68/2, 68/1, 33/1, 30/3, 30/2, 33/4 & 68/4 ∙ Prélude Op. 45 ∙ Ballade Op. 23 ∙ Scherzo Op. 31

CD 7 Lazar Berman

Polonaises Opp. 26, Op. 40, 44 & 53

CD 8 Rafał Blechacz (Chopin Competition Winner 2005)

Piano Concerto No. 1 Op. 11 ∙ Piano Concerto No. 2 Op. 21

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Jerzy Semkow Conductor

CD 9 Michel Block (Arthur Rubinstein Prize At The Chopin Competition 1960)

Piano Sonata No. 2 Op. 35 ∙ Polonaise Op. 53 ∙ Prélude Op. 28/17 ∙ Mazurkas Opp. 56/3, 59/2 & 30/4 ∙ Waltz Op. 34/1

CD 10 Stanislav Bunin (Chopin Competition Winner 1985)

Impromptus Opp. 29, 36, 51 & 66 Waltzes Opp. Posth. / Kk Iva/14, Kk Iva/13, Kk Iva/12 ∙ Écossaises Op. 72 ∙ Mazurkas Opp. 30/2, 41/1, 63/3, 56/2, 67/3 & 67/4 ∙ Polonaise-Fantaisie Op. 61

CD 11 Shura Cherkassky

Polonaises Opp. 26, 40, 44, 53 & 61

CD 12 Seong-Jin Cho (Chopin Competition Winner 2015)

Préludes Op. 28 ∙ Nocturne Op. 48/1 ∙ Piano Sonata No. 2 Op. 35 ∙ Polonaise Op. 53

CD 13 Halina Czerny-Stefańska (Chopin Competition Winner 1949)

Mazurkas Opp. 6/2, 63/3, 67/4, 68/2, 17/4 & 33/3 ∙ Ballades Opp. 23 & 52 ∙ Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brillante Op. 22

CD 14 Christoph Eschenbach

Préludes Opp. 28, 45 & Op. Posth. In A Flat Major

CD 15 Emil Gilels

Piano Sonata No. 3 Op. 58 ∙ Polonaises Opp. 40 & 53

CD 16 Adam Harasiewicz (Chopin Competition Winner 1955)

Nocturne Op. 62/1 ∙ Mazurkas Opp. 63/3 & 67/4 ∙ Ballade Op. 23 ∙ Études Opp. 25/11 & 25/6 ∙ Mazurka Op. 50/3 ∙ Polonaise Op. 53 ∙ Impromptu Op. 51 ∙ Prélude Op. 45

CD 17 Julian Von Károlyi

Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brillante Op. 22 ∙ Piano Sonata No. 3 Op. 58 ∙ Boléro Op. 19 ∙ Mazurka Op. 17/4 ∙ Waltz Op. Posth. / Kk Iva/15 ∙ Ballades Opp. 23, 38, 47 & 52

CD 18 Yundi Li (Chopin Competition Winner 2000)

Piano Sonata No. 3 Op. 58 ∙ Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brillante Op. 22 ∙ Études Op. 10/2, 10/5 & 25/11 ∙ Nocturnes Opp. 9/1, 9/2 & 15/2 ∙ “Fantaisie-Impromptu” Op. 66

CD 19 Maria João Pires

Piano Concerto No. 1 Op. 11 *First Release

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, André Previn Conductor

Nocturnes Op. 9/1, 9/2, 15/2 & 27/2

CD 20 Mikhail Pletnev

Fantaisie Op. 49 ∙ Waltzes Opp. 34/1, 34/2 & Op. Posth. / Kk Iva/15 ∙ Écossaise Op. 72/3 ∙ Impromptu Op. 29 ∙ Études Opp. 10/5, 25/6 & 25/7 ∙ Piano Sonata No. 3 Op. 58

CD 21 Ivo Pogorelich

Piano Sonata No. 2 Op. 35 ∙ Prélude Op. 45 ∙ Scherzo Op. 39 ∙ Nocturne Op. 55/2 ∙ Études Opp. 10/8, 10/10 & 25/6

CD 22 Maurizio Pollini (Chopin Competition Winner 1960)

Études Opp. 10 & 25

CD 23 Ruth Slenczynska

Études Opp. 10 & 25 ∙ Impromptus Opp. 29, 36, 51 & 66

CD 24 Dang Thai Son (Chopin Competition Winner 1980)

Nocturnes Opp. 15/2 & 27/1 ∙ Waltz Op. 34/2 ∙ Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brillante Op. 22 ∙ Mazurkas Opp. 24/2 & 67/2 ∙ Ballade Op. 52 ∙ Scherzo Op. 31

CD 25 Roberto Szidon

Scherzi Opp. 20, 31, 39 & 54 ∙ Impromptus Opp. 29, 36, 51 & 66

CD 26 Fou Ts’ong (Third Prize Chopin Competition 1955)

Mazurkas Opp. 6/3, 7/2, 17/2, 17/4, 24/1, 24/2, 24/4, 30/1, 30/2, 33/4, 41/1, 50/3, 56/3, 59/1, 67/4, 68/2, 68/4 & Op. Posth. / Kk Iib/4 ∙ Préludes Op. Posth. / Kk Ivb/7 & 45 ∙ Berceuse Op. 57

CD 27 Tamás Vásáry

Waltzes Opp. 18, 34, 42, 64, Opp. Posth. 69 & 70, Kk Iva/15, Kk Iva/12, Kk Iva/13, Kk Iva/14 ∙ Mazurkas Op. Posth. / Kk Iva/7, Opp. 67/3, 68/2 & 7/1 ∙ Polonaise Op. 53 ∙ Introduction And Variations On The Song “Der Schweizerbub” Op. Posth. / Kk Iva/4

CD 28 Krystian Zimerman (Chopin Competition Winner 1975)

Ballades Opp. 23, 38, 47 & 52 ∙ Barcarolle Op. 60 ∙ Fantaisie Op. 49