Russian Piano Music Vol.5: Arensky
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Label: Divine Art
Cat No: DDA25085
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 19th April 2010
Essais dur les rythmes oublies, op.28
Etudes (12), op.74
Preludes (12), op.63
ArtistsAnthony Goldstone (piano)
Described by The New York Times as “a man whose nature was designed with pianos in mind”, Anthony Goldstone is one of Britain’s most respected pianists. A sixth-generation pupil of Beethoven through his great teacher Maria Curcio, Anthony Goldstone was born in Liverpool. He studied with Derrick Wyndham at the Royal Manchester College of Music (which later honoured him with a Fellowship), later with Curcio in London.
He has enjoyed a career encompassing six continents, the Last Night of the Proms (after which Benjamin Britten wrote to him, “Thank you most sincerely for that brilliant performance of my Diversions. I wish I could have been at the Royal Albert Hall to join in the cheers”), very many broadcasts and nearly seventy CDs (including the BBC issue of his London Promenade Concert performance of Beethoven's fourth Piano Concerto).
This CD was released very briefly on Olympia, but was not widely available as the label ceased trading shortly afterwards.
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