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Fryderyk Chopin, Arthur Moreira-Lima - The VII International Chopin Piano Competition Warsaw 1965 mp3 flac

Fryderyk Chopin, Arthur Moreira-Lima - The VII International Chopin Piano Competition Warsaw 1965 mp3 flac

Performer: Fryderyk Chopin
Title: The VII International Chopin Piano Competition Warsaw 1965
Style: Romantic
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Fryderyk Chopin, Arthur Moreira-Lima - The VII International Chopin Piano Competition Warsaw 1965 mp3 flac


Arthur Moreira Lima laureat II nagrody VII Międzynarodowego Konkursu Pianistycznego im. Fryderyka Chopina. Polonez-fantazja As-dur op. 61 I etap, luty 1965 r. Arthur Moreira Lima winner of second prize in the Seventh International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition. Polonaise-Fantasy in A flat major, Op. 61 First stage, February 1965.

The International Chopin Piano Competition (Polish: Międzynarodowy Konkurs Pianistyczny im. Fryderyka Chopina), often referred to as the Chopin Competition, is a piano competition held in Warsaw, Poland. It was initiated in 1927 and has been held every five years since 1955. It is one of the few competitions devoted entirely to the works of a single composer, in this case, Frédéric Chopin.

Finale Presto Non Lento. Composed By – F. Chopin. Orchestra – Orkiestra Symfoniczna Filharmonii Narodowej. Live recording - Made in Poland. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): M-3 XW-523. Matrix, Runout (Side B Label): M-3 XW-524.

16 VII 1940 Rio de Janeiro. Arthur Moreira Lima – 2nd Prize winner, 7th International Frederic Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw (1965). Arthur Moreira Lima started his piano education at the age of six with Professor Lúcia Branco. Arthur Moreira Lima has won several piano competitions. In 1949, he claimed 1st Prize in a competition organized by the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra, allowing him to make a debut as a soloist at a symphony concert. In 1957, he took 10th Prize in the 1st International Piano Competition in Rio de Janeiro, organized by Polish virtuoso and Paderewski’s student Aleksander Sienkiewicz. Five years later, in 1962, at the same competition, Mr. Moreira Lima took 3rd Prize. He participated but failed to place at the 1961 Long-Thibaud Competition in Paris and the 1962 Van Cliburn Competition.

A: No it's not, the Beijing International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition is made for outstanding young pianists from all over the world, it's divided only by age, anyone who can complete the required tracks of the competition will be able to apply for the competition. Q: Is there going to be any sub division? A: The Beijing international Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition for Young Pianists use the exactly same rules and selection method as the International Chopin Piano Competition. The first prize-winners of each group would be accepted directly to the Preliminary Round of the 18th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition (2020) in Warsaw.

Picture: Poster of the 1st International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, by Ludwik Gardowski, with the date 1926. Young titans of pianism. Those arriving from outside Warsaw stayed and practised in the private homes of families who had agreed to put them up. The jury – bar one – comprised solely Polish artists. And it was in that "Great Competition" that a spectacular victory was carried off by Martha Argerich, defeating the runner-up Arthur Moreira-Lima. Observers were fascinated by Martha; she was ascribed great delicacy and subtlety, but also a strong, fiery temperament. The public called her by the diminutive name "Martita". In her quick, energetic movements, in her slender, shapely figure, there is something of a weasel about her", recalled Zofia Jezewska.

Fresh from his win at the XVII International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, the 21-year-old South Korean Seong-Jin Cho makes his debut with a live recording made during the competition. The Op 28 Preludes-played with a poetry that found favour with a jury comprised of Dmitri Alexeev, Martha Argerich, Philippe Entremont, Nelson Goerner and Garrick Ohlsson-are delightfully varied and full of life. The Second Piano Sonata is fleet of foot, commanding and very convincing. Traditional special awards include the Polish Radio prize for the best Mazurka performance (since 1927), the Fryderyk Chopin Society in Warsaw prize for the best Polonaise (since 1960), and the National Philharmonic prize for the best performance of a Piano Concerto (since 1980) 3rd Chopin Competition (1937). Among members of the jury (sitting on the left) Heinrich Neuhaus, Emil von Sauer, Guido Agosti, and Wilhelm Backhaus. It is one of few competitions devoted entirely to the works of a single composer, in this case, Frédéric Chopin. The first competition was founded by the Polish pianist and pedagogue Jerzy Żurawlew. Traditional special awards include the Polish Radio prize for the best Mazurka performance (since 1927), the Fryderyk Chopin Society in Warsaw prize for the best Polonaise (since 1960), and the National Philharmonic prize for the best performance of a Piano Concerto (since 1980).

Tracklist

Sonata B-Moll = Sonata In B Flat Minor Op.35
A1 Grave - Doppio Movimento
A2 Scherzo
A3 Marche Funèbre
A4 Finale - Presto
A5 Nokturn Es-Dur Nocturne In E Flat Major Op.55 Nr.2
B1 Scherzo - B-Moll In B Flat Minor Op.31
B2 Etiuda - F-Dur Etude In F Major Op.10 No.8
B3 Etiuda - C-Moll Etude In C Minor Op.10 No.12
B4 Etiuda - E-Moll Etude In E Minor Op.25 No.5
B5 Etiuda - H-Moll Etude In B Minor Op.25 No.10
3 Preludia = 3 Preludes Op.28
B6 B-Dur In B Flat Major No.21
B7 G-Moll In G Minor No.22
B8 F-Dur In F Major No.23

Credits

  • Composed By – Fryderyk Chopin*
  • Piano – Arthur Moreira-Lima*

Notes

Warsaw Philharmonic Hall Recording