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Oh, a very belated thanks for posting the link to that theremin version of Vocalise. You give because you love and cannot help giving. The arrangement I play Borodin is a vpcalise different than that presented above.

Rachmaninov’s ‘Vocalise’ is one of my favorite pieces. Most Online 15, Mar 21st, In the last Prelude of the set, in D flat major, despite the reined-in gestures a nobility pervades. His fiorntino can stand side by side with the best recordings of these works by the likes of Lugansky, Ashkenazy and Horowitz 2nd Sonata.


In the early s he made a surprisingly late come back, but his Indian summer was to be brief. Or by becoming a Subscribing member! I shall look for a CD of that. LaValse, Thank you for the link to this beautiful work. He liked the way the Russian’s music was ‘laid out fantastically for the piano’.

Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14

Help keep the forums up and running with a donationany amount is appreciated! Thank you for sharing that. Yes, that is the ‘Borodin arrangement’ that I mentioned above. One of the most enjoyable. He was devoid of an ego and radiated an inner spirituality and calmness.

Please Pass It On! Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe to our free weekly review listing sample Sample: And that last section looks a little more simplified. Most Online 15, Mar 21st, And the visual, the same. Returning Adult Player Introduction by oneilt Once I was in my car, turned on the FM, and “Lilacs” had just started.

Fiorentino brings to the score passion, drama, excitement, virtuosity and lyricism.

Quote Originally posted by dannylux: Then the program ended but they never announced the name of the piece! I like sharing our favorites. New Topics – Multiple Forums.


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I’d love to learn it but agree the “real” version is a not accessible at this point. Someone sent me the transcript.

In the intervening years his playing had matured, and he drew admiration from such luminaries as Michelangeli and Horowitz. He was totally non-materialistic, refusing to accept fees for lessons, and accepting whatever concert fee was given him.

I think they add a emotional richness to an already lovely piece. Does anyone know whose version Hibbard was playing?

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For four years he was laid low in a limbo and took up teaching. Written and directed by Krzysztof Zanussi.