Animated Austere Bittersweet Brooding Capricious Ebullient Introspective Jovial Joyous Lyrical Melancholy Nocturnal Poignant Refined Sentimental Serious Soothing Sweet Tender Thoughtful. Ballade for piano & orchestra (or piano solo) in F sharp major, Op. 19. Earl Wild. Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat major, S. 124 (LW H4). 5. Allegro maestoso.
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Chopin Piano Concerto N. In E Minor For Piano And Orchestra, Op. 11 (Beginning). A1. I. Chopin Piano Concerto N. 11 (Conclusion).
Chopin Piano Concerto No. 11: II. Larghetto. Chopin Piano Concerto No.
Piano Concerto no. Frédéric Chopin wrote his Piano Concerto in E minor, Op. 11, in 1830, and first performed it that same year. The premiere, with him as a soloist, was part of one of his 'farewell' concerts, before leaving Poland. This concerto was the first of Chopin's two piano concertos to be published, and was therefore designated as 'no. 1', even though it was written after the one that was later published as 'no. 2'. The Piano Concerto no. 11, was dedicated to Friedrich Kalkbrenner.
The Piano Concerto No. 11, is a piano concerto written by Frédéric Chopin in 1830, when he was twenty years old. It was first performed on 11 October of that year, in Warsaw, with the composer as soloist, during one of his farewell concerts before leaving Poland
The Piano Concerto No. 2 in F minor, Op. 21, is a piano concerto composed by Frédéric Chopin in 1829. Chopin wrote the piece before he had finished his formal education, at around 20 years of age. It was first performed on 17 March 1830, in Warsaw, Poland, with the composer as soloist. It was the second of his piano concertos to be published (after the Piano Concerto No. 1), and so was designated as "No. 2", even though it was written first.
|–Frédéric Chopin||Concerto No. 1 In E Minor For Piano & Orchestra, Op. 11|
|B2||–Gabriel Fauré||Ballade For Piano And Orchestra, Op. 19||13:26|
- Composed By – Frédéric Chopin (tracks: A1 to B1), Gabriel Fauré (tracks: B2)
- Conductor – Charles Gerhardt (tracks: B2), Sir Malcolm Sargent (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Engineer – Kenneth Wilkinson, Michael Mailes
- Executive Producer – Steve Vining
- Orchestra – Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra (tracks: B2), The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Piano – Earl Wild
- Producer – Charles Gerhardt (tracks: A1 to B1)
- Remastered By – Robert McNabb
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (LCCN): 79-750375, 79-750376
|P4C-7141||Earl Wild - Chopin* / Fauré* - Sir Malcolm Sargent, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Charles Gerhardt, The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra*||Earl Wild - Chopin* / Fauré* - Sir Malcolm Sargent, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra / Charles Gerhardt, The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra* - Piano Concerto No. 1 In E Minor / Ballade For Piano And Orchestra (Cass, Dol)||Quintessence||P4C-7141||Canada||1979|