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N. 5 - Bruyères - Walter Gieseking - Walter Gieseking spielt Debussy (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Walter Gieseking (piano), Emil Gilels (piano) NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo, Kurt Wöss, Wilhelm Loibner Gieseking starts [the Emperor] rather wildly with dropped notes and a degree of irregularity, but soon settles down Thereafter things greatly improve, the pianist’s rather classicist approach.
  2. It was with the repertoire of French masters that the German pianist Walter Gieseking became most famous. The impressionistic piano writing of Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel required the most sensitive touch and attention to color and nuance, and Gieseking's finger acuity, imaginative pedaling, and above all, preternaturally alert ear made him an ideal interpreter of this music.
  3. Walter Wilhelm Gieseking (5 November – 26 October ) was a French-born German pianist and composer.. Quotes about Gieseking []. A tall, hulking man walked on to the stage at Carnegie Hall last week, bent himself into an awkward bow at the piano, and played superbly Bach’s Partita No. 2 in C Minor, three Scarlatti sonatas, Schumann’s C Major Fantasia and the first book of Debussy.
  4. Walter Gieseking () plays works by J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Debussy, Fauré, Franck, Grieg, Handel, Liszt, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Poulenc.
  5. Walter Gieseking is known as one of the greatest 20th-century pianists, and his playing of Debussy and Ravel in particular is often regarded as definitive. For most of his recording career he recorded for Columbia, and many of these recordings have been frequently reissued, but his earliest recordings were made in the s for the German label.
  6. of results for CDs & Vinyl: Walter Gieseking. Complete Solo Piano Works. by GIESEKING,WALTER. out of 5 stars 3. by Claude Debussy and Walter Gieseking. out of 5 stars Audio CD Walter Gieseking - Ravel: Complete Piano Music (2CDS) [Japan LTD SACD Hybrid] TOGE
  7. Walter Gieseking, German pianist acclaimed for his interpretations of works by Classical, Romantic, and early 20th-century composers. The son of German parents living in France, Gieseking began study at the Hannover Municipal Conservatory in and made his debut in During World War I he.
  8. Walter Gieseking He is said to have been a natural and intuitive pianist and was largely self-taught. He was born in France and traveled with his family (his father was a distinguished doctor and entomologist) in France and Italy until he enrolled at the Hannover Conservatory, where he came under the tutelage of Karl Leimer, graduating in
  9. Walter Gieseking - The s solo studio recordings rec. [4 CDs: ]. Walter Gieseking (–) can be counted among that group of artists who actually enjoyed the recording studio, and a cursory glance at his discography revealed that it's substantial by any standards.

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