The First HMV Recordings, 1949-1951. Gina Bachauer was a formidable pianist who performed from the 1930s until her death at age 66 in 1976, but who is primarily known now from the piano competition named in her honor. She recorded frequently in the 1950s and 1960s, but only a few of these recordings have been issued on compact disc. This CD includes all of her first recordings, with the exception of two Scarlatti sonatas, made with the label His Master's Voice.
CD: 1 Tracks: 9 Length: 1:16:05. CD 1. Johann Sebastian Bach Composer.
By Gina Bachauer, New London Orchestra, Alec Sherman. Listen to The First HMV Recordings (Recorded 1949 & 1951) now. Listen to The First HMV Recordings (Recorded 1949 & 1951) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Gina Bachauer - Short Biography. Recordings of Solo Keyboard Works. K-1. Gina Bachauer Plays Beethoven & Bach. Chromatic Fantasia & Fugue in D minor, BWV 903 Bach-Tausig: Toccata & Fugue in D minor, BWV 565, transcribed for piano. Gina Bachauer (Piano). Sep 8, 1958 Sep 10, 1958. LP, TT: 45 min. Recorded in England. K-2. Gina Bachauer: Her Life and Music. WTC 1: Prelude & Fugue No. 16 in G minor, BWV 861 Bach-Tausig: Toccata & Fugue in D minor, BWV 565, transcribed for piano.
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HMV was quick to spot her brilliance and signed her to an exclusive contract and the fruits of her earliest recordings (1949-51) can be heard on this disc. It was unusual to encounter her in Mozart but she offers here a spirited performance of the Coronation Concerto where she is accompanied by the New London Orchestra with Alec Sherman (later to be her husband) on the podium. Compact Disc 2 The 1929 Victor & 1939 Schirmer Recordings (7. 1) SCHUMANN Novelette in D major Op 21/2; BRAHMS Capriccio in B minor Op 76/2 GRIEG Album Leaf in A major Op 28/3; DEBUSSY Suite bergamasque: iii Clair de Lune BRAHMS Piano Sonata No 3 in F minor Op 5; J S BACH Prelude and Fugue No 3 in C.
1949 and 1951 (Mozart and Liszt-Busoni), London APR 5643. Gina Bachauer (1910-76) enjoyed a successful career and there will be many who remember her concerts with admiration. Her first recordings were made in Studio 3, Abbey Road, London in 1949 after wartime spent in Egypt, where she’d travelled from her native Athens. Funérailles was selected as her very first piece, a daunting experience, one would have thought, but a piece through which she drives with maximal accomplishment, leaving behind a performance of finger precision and intense drama
Gina Bachauer (piano), New London Orchestra, Alec Sherman. Offer, Gina Bachauer. The first HMV recordings 1949-51. New London Orchestra, Alec Sherman. This disc shows why Bachauer was so admired as a performer. It helps, too, that the booklet is excellent and that the transfers similarly good. MusicWeb International, 14th February 2014. Release Date: 31st Jan 2005. New London Orchestra. Recorded: 25, 29 May 1951. Piano Concerto No. 26 in D Major, K. 537 "Coronation": I. Allegro.
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12 in C-Sharp Minor, S. 244. by Gina Bachauer & Franz Liszt on Most Wanted Classical Songs. Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C Major, BV B 29/1 (After Bach's BWV 564): Adagio. by Gina Bachauer on The First HMV Recordings (Recorded 1949 & 1951). Toccata, Adagio & Fugue in C Major, BV B 29/1 (After Bach's BWV 564): Adagio by Gina Bachauer on The First HMV Recordings (Recorded 1949 & 1951).
|Toccata, Adagio and Fugue, for organ in C major, BWV 564 (BC J36)|
|1||Preludio, quasi improvvisando (Tempo moderato)||Gina Bachauer||6:22|
|2||Intermezzo (Adagio)||Gina Bachauer||5:11|
|3||Fuga (Moderamente scherzando, un poco umoristico)||Gina Bachauer||4:35|
|4||Funérailles, for piano (Harmonies poétiques No. 7), S.173/7 (LW A158/7)||Gina Bachauer||8:59|
|5||Hungarian Rhapsody, for piano No. 12 in C sharp minor (aka "No. 2"), S. 244/12 (LW A132/12)||Gina Bachauer||8:37|
|Piano Concerto No. 26 in D major ("Coronation") K. 537|
|9||Rhapsodie espagnole (Folies d'Espagne et jota aragonesa), for piano, S. 254 (LW A195)||Gina Bachauer||13:30|
Performer: Gina Bachauer
Title: The First HMV Recordings, 1949-1951
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