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Daniil does Rach Three

Daniil Trifonov performs Sergei Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor opus 30 with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France conducted by Myung-Whun Chung. Live recording on June 19, 2015 at the Philharmonie de Paris.

 

01:20 1st movement : Allegro ma non troppo

20:02 2nd movement : Intermezzo Adagio

31:09 3rd movement : Finale Alla breve

 

Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto is one of the most challenging works of the piano repertoire. Despite the seeming simplicity of the first theme, it requires a great virtuosity from the performers, especially for the cadenza in the first movement. After playing it for the first time in a concert on 1909, Rachmaninov himself couldn’t play any other piece, because his fingers were suffering.

 

More concerts on : https://www.francemusique.com/concerts

Opus 42

On Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, pianist Tristan Teo — a rising star from The Juilliard School — performed pieces by Rachmaninoff and Liszt in The Greene Space at WQXR. Watch him play Rachmaninoff's Variations on a Theme by Corelli, Op. 42.

More at: www.wqxr.org/middaymasterpieces

 

WQXR's Midday Masterpieces

Host: Elliott Forrest
Producers: Eileen Delahunty, Aaron Dalton & Christine Herskovits
Audio Engineer: Chase Culpon
Video Producer: Marika Hacking & Kim Nowacki

Yuja does Rach Two

Yuja Wang plays Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Opus18

 

I. Moderato 0:35
II. Adagio sostenuto 11:23
III. Allegro scherzando 22:25

 

Yuja Wang, piano // Yuri Temirkanov, conductor // Verbier Festival Orchestra.

 

"Good old Rachmaninov! The Second Piano Concerto: it never fails!", as Mr. Sherman so succinctly puts it in Billy Wilder's "The Seven Year Itch".