Genre: Classical
Label: Clearaudio
Composer: Chopin
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Martha Argerich Chopin 24 Preludes Op. 28 180g LP

Martha Argerich

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180 Gram Vinyl! Grammy Award-Winning Artist! Voted Into Gramophone's Hall of Fame in 2012!

Martha Argerich was born in Buenos Aires. From the age of five, she took piano lessons with Vicenzo Scaramuzza. In 1955 she went to Europe with her family, and received tuition from Friedrich Gulda in Vienna; her teachers also included Nikita Magaloff and Stefan Askenase. Following her first prizes in the piano competitions in Bolzano and Geneva in 1957, she embarked on an intensive program of concerts. Her victory in the Chopin Competition in Warsaw in 1965 was a decisive step on her path to worldwide recognition.

Martha Argerich rose to fame with her interpretations of the virtuoso piano literature of the 19th and 20th centuries. But she does not regard herself as a specialist in "virtuoso" works — her repertoire ranges from Bach through Beethoven, Schumann, Liszt, Debussy and Ravel, to Bartók.

Martha Argerich performing Chopin's 24 Preludes Op. 28 and Piano Sonata No. 2 In B Flat Minor Op. 35.

• 180g Vinyl
• Grammy Award Winner
• Voted into Gramophone's Hall of Fame in 2012

Martha Argerich, pianist

Frederic Chopin (1810-1849)
24 Préludes Op. 28
Side 1:

1. No. 1 In C Major
2. No. 2 In A Minor
3. No. 3 In G Major
4. No. 4 In E Minor
5. No. 5 In D Major
6. No. 6 In B Minor
7. No. 7 In A Major
8. No. 8 In F Sharp Minor
9. No. 9 In E Major
10. No. 10 In C Sharp Minor
11. No. 11 In B Major
12. No. 12 In G Sharp Minor
13. No. 13 In F Sharp Major
14. No. 14 In E Flat Minor
Side 2:
15. No. 15 In D Flat Major
16. No. 16 In B Flat Minor
17. No. 17 In A Flat Major
18. No. 18 In F Minor
19. No. 19 In E Flat Major
20. No. 20 In C Minor
21. No. 21 In B Flat Major
22. No. 22 In G Minor
23. No. 23 In F Major
24. No. 24 In D Minor
25. Prélude No. 25 In C Sharp Minor Op. 45
26. Prélude No. 26 In A Flat Major Op. Posth.

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