Salome Ramras Arkatov Collection of Josef and Rosina Lhévinne Audio Materials, 1940-1980 [sound recording]

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Arkatov, Salome Ramras. Salome Ramras Arkatov Collection of Josef and Rosina Lhévinne Audio Materials, 1940-1980 [sound recording]

Salome Ramras Arkatov Collection of Josef and Rosina Lhévinne Audio Materials, 1940-1980 [sound recording]

Audio recordings comprising interviews and music performances used as source material for the video documentaries The legacy of Rosina Lhevinne, and Memories of John Browning, produced and directed by Salome Ramras Arkatov. Interviews with Rosina Lhévinne and Van Cliburn; interviews conducted in conjunction with Rosina Lhévinne's centennial with David Bar-Illan, Martin Canin, Misha Dichter, Boris Goldovsky, James Levine, Adele Marcus, Ursula Oppens, Daniel Pollack, William Schuman, Eudice Shapiro, Nicolas Slonimsky, and Brooks Smith; birthday tributes to Rosina Lhévinne; orchestral and chamber music performances by Rosina Lhévinne; piano duet recordings by Josef and Rosina Lhévinne; recordings of piano rolls performed by Josef Lhévinne; and the earliest recording of pianist John Browning. Concert performances by Rosina Lhévinne of the 3rd movement from the Piano concerto no. 1 op. 11 in E minor by Frédéric Chopin with John Barnett conducting the National Orchestral Association Orchestra, a complete performance of the same work with Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic, the Violin sonata D. 574 in A major by Franz Schubert with Eudice Shapiro, the Piano trio no. 1 op. 49 in D minor by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, the Piano Quintet op. 81 in A major by Antonín Dvořák, and the Quintet D. 667 in A major by Schubert.

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Levine, James, 1943-....

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Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

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Rosina Lhevinne (1880-1976) was a Russian-born pianist and pedagogue who taught at the Juilliard School and privately in New York City. She was married to pianist Josef Lhévinne. From the description of Rosina Lhevinne papers, 1871-1976. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122597985 Rosina Lhevinne (1880-1976) was a Russian-born pianist and pedagogue who taught at the Juilliard School and privately in New York City. She was married to pianist Josef Lhévinne. ...

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Cliburn, Van, 1934-2013

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Schubert, Franz

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Canin, Martin

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Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1894-1995

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Composed 1933. First performance Hollywood Bowl, 13 July 1933, the composer conducting.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Fragment of chorus from "Orestes" of Euripides : from a conjectural version (400 B.C.) / arranged by Nicolas Slonimsky. [19--] (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 54759973 Movements 1-6 and 8 originally composed 1928 in Studies in Black and White for piano. Transcribed and Valse added, 1941. First performance Buenos Aire...

Marcus, Adele

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