MOSCOW, February 27. /Offset. TASS Alexey Zabelin/. “Firma Melodiya” released a soundtrack of the concert of Soviet and Icelandic pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy in the Great hall of the Moscow Conservatory, held in 1963. This was announced Wednesday by TASS in the press service of the organization.
“Firma Melodiya” offers to your attention a soundtrack of the concert of Vladimir Ashkenazy 9 Jun 1963 in Grand hall of Moscow Conservatory”, — stated in the message.
It is noted that the release of the soundtrack is remarkable that this concert never has been released completely on vinyl and CD. “Today, “the Firm Melody” revives one of the brightest pages in the biography of the outstanding pianist of our time”, — said the press service.
The press service also said that the album is one of the last concerts that gave Vladimir Ashkenazy in Moscow, entered 17 and 18 sonatas by the German composer Ludwig van Beethoven, three ballads of the Polish composer Frederic Chopin and a piece by French composer Claude Debussy.
“The album is already available for listeners. It can be purchased in the store, “the Firm Melody”, or in a digital edition, available on iTunes, Apple Music and other sites”, — concluded the press service.
Vladimir Ashkenazy — Soviet and Icelandic pianist. Laureate of the IInd prize at the International Chopin piano competition, winner of the Grand Prix at the competition named after Queen Elizabeth in Brussels and at the II International competition named after P. I. Tchaikovsky.
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