Gil Stein

La Casa di Davide

Frédéric Chopin 24 Preludes Op 28
András Schiff, piano supplied by Fabbrini (Pescara, Abruzzo, Italy)
1. In C Major 0:25
2. In A Minor 1:09
3. In G Major 3:06
4. In E Minor 4:09
5. In D Major 5:49
6. In B Minor 6:28
7. In A Major 8:14
8. In F Sharp Minor 8:57
9. In E Major 11:00
10. In C Sharp Minor 12:11
11. In B Major 10:41
12. In G Sharp Minor 13:22
13. In F Sharp Major 14:39
14. In E Flat Minor 17:18
15. In D Flat Major (“Raindrop”) 17:56
16. In B Flat Minor 22:43
17. In A Flat Major 23:58
18. In F Minor 27:15
19. In E Flat Major 28:14
20. In C Minor 29:53
21. In B Flat Major 31:28
22. In G Minor 33:26
23. In F Major 34:14
24. In D Min 35:18

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Pianist Magazine


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Concert pianist and teacher Graham Fitch continues his in-depth lessons on Pedalling, this time focusing on legato pedalling. This lesson complements his full-length article inside Pianist No 83.
The masterclass takes place on a Steinway Model D concert grand at Steinway Hall, London

Elodie Gendreau

Ariel Lanyi

Liszt’s Sonata in B minor, written in 1853 and published in 1854, is widely considered to be one of Liszt’s supreme works. A work in one movement containing three large sections, it was structurally unique at its time. Most of the thematic material of the piece appears in the opening bars and transforms as the piece unfolds. I hear in Liszt’s Sonata in B minor a colorful variety of writing: numerous pianistic passages intertwined with lyrical operatic sections and orchestra-like writing throughout the sonata. Performing the sonata is a “tour de force” because of its scope, its great musical content, and its technical challenges.
One-take studio recording performed at the Eden-Tamir Music Center, in Jerusalem, Israel.

Ravel – Piano Works

May 14, 2015

Classical Music11

Performed by Pascal Rogé
Year of recording: 1994
Part II:…

0:00 Sonatine I
4:40 Sonatine II
8:06 Sonatine III
11:53 Prélude
13:29 Pavane pour une infante défunte
19:43 Menuet sur le nom d’Haydn
21:29 Menuet antique
27:45 Le tombeau de Couperin I
30:41 Le tombeau de Couperin II
34:38 Le tombeau de Couperin III
39:52 Le tombeau de Couperin IV
43:03 Le tombeau de Couperin V
48:13 Le tombeau de Couperin VI
51:54 A la manière de Chabrier
53:50 A la manière de Borodine

David Chang

Christopher Janwong McKiggan

Off the cuff Piano improvisation 1 by Christopher Janwong McKiggan on 10/29/10. This is something that I’m experimenting with, as I have been asked numerous times to load my improvisations on youtube. If you enjoy it please share it with friends, let me know what you think and you can expect more to come soon!

Kenny McCabe

Time Remembered is a live album by jazz pianist Bill Evans with Chuck Israels and Larry Bunker partially recorded at the Shelly Manne’s club in Hollywood, California in May 1963, but not released until 1983 on the Milestone label as a 16-track double LP.[1][2][3] It would be later reissued on CD in 1999, with only 13 tracks. The trio performances were recorded at the same sessions that produced At Shelly’s Manne-Hole (1963) and were first released on The Complete Riverside Recordings (1987). Four solo performances (Danny Boy, Like Someone in Love, In Your Own Sweet Way, and Easy to Love) were recorded in a separate session in April 1962 in New York City.[4] Some Other Time was recorded in December 1958 in New York City.[5]

Alexi Kenney


Schumann: Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2 in D minor, Op. 121
I. Ziemlich Langsam – Lebhaft
II. Sehr lebhaft
III. Leise, einfach
IV. Bewegt

Alexi Kenney, violin
Ron Regev, piano


A Performance of the Brahms Piano trio no.2 op.87 in C major (2nd mov Andante con moto) given on the 24th July 2008 by Greenwich Trio. Lana Trotovsek-violin, Stjepan Hauser-cello, Yoko Misumi-piano. Described by cellist Bernard Greenhouse (Beaux Arts Trio) as the “Number 1 Trio in the World!”