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  1. Wilhelm Backhaus () left a year recorded legacy which began in , but though known particularly for Beethoven and Brahms in his later years, he performed a much wider repertoire before the war (as seen on the companion album which presents works by Chopin, Liszt and Schumann) and the four sonatas and two concertos included here are the totality of his early Beethoven output/5(5).
  2. Ever since I learned of the Backhaus long-box once available in Japan, I rather hoped Decca would reissue a complete box, and they have. Beethoven sits at the center, with oft-reissued recordings. Both piano sonata cycles are included, and both are storapiphforseroclicaprefulljotil.coinfos:
  3. First of all, while Wilhelm Backhaus was surely among the great German pianists of the middle years of the twentieth century, he was no Chopin player. Backhaus' performances of Beethoven, Brahms, and Bach remain among the deepest and the truest ever recorded. But Backhaus' Chopin, for all its virtuosity and intensity, remains among the weirdest and most idiosyncratic ever recorded.
  4. In recent years, WIlhelm Backhaus seems to be undergoing bit of a revival. Decca has re-released his set of stereo Beethoven sonatas Wilhelm Backhaus: Decca Beethoven Sonatas and collected his best known concertos in release The Concerto Recordings, while lesser known labels such as ICA Classics, Profil, and Audite have remastered several of Backhaus' live performances from the '50's .
  5. Wilhelm Backhaus Plays Brahms & Schumann - Backhaus Wilhelm, tylko w storapiphforseroclicaprefulljotil.coinfo Przeczytaj recenzję Wilhelm Backhaus Plays Brahms & Schumann. Zamów dostawę do dowolnego salonu i .
  6. Wilhelm Backhaus is remembered as a straightforward pianist whose often gruff interpretations were lightly leavened by stylistic throwbacks to an older style of Romantic keyboard playing. But in his youth, he was renowned as a virtuoso with flawless technique, and in his prime as an interpreter whose technically immaculate playing could impress 5/5(1).
  7. Browse and buy all classical recordings featuring Wilhelm Backhaus (piano). Skip to main content. Wishlist My account Help $ 0 items, $ Select a department to search Departments Classical; Jazz FLAC (CD quality, kHz, 16 bit) $ Hi-Res FLAC (lossless, 96 .
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Wilhelm Backhaus plays Brahms & Schumann - Wilhelm Backhaus on AllMusic -
  9. In , Backhaus debuted in the USA. In Wilhelm Backhaus played in Paris and Vienna for the first time all 32 Beethoven Sonatas, for whose interpretation he became famous. Backhaus died in Kärnten. "With joy Wilhelm Backhaus admits to being an enthusiastic fan of the wonderful Bechstein grand piano", the pianist wrote in September

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