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Liszt - Alexandre Kantorow, Tapiola Sinfonietta, Jean-Jacques Kantorow - Piano Concertos - Malédiction mp3 album

Liszt - Alexandre Kantorow, Tapiola Sinfonietta, Jean-Jacques Kantorow - Piano Concertos - Malédiction mp3 album Performer: Liszt
Title: Piano Concertos - Malédiction
Style: Romantic
Date of release: 2015
Size MP3: 1475 mb
Size FLAC: 1969 mb
Rating: 4.8

Concerto in E minor Malediction’, . 21 (1833-40) for piano and strings. 05. Quasi moderato – Sostenut. 7:58) 06. Bar 163: energico nobilmente – Sempre moderat. 7:59). Piano Concerto N. in A major, . 25 (1839/1849-61). Ambient, Downtempo, Chill Out, Lo-fi, Lounge, New Age, Celtic, Easy Listening (9,728). Classical Music, Instrumental, Christian, Gospel (2,130).

Liszt: Piano Concertos & Malédiction Alexandre Kantorow. Listen on Apple Music. Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-Flat Major, S. 124. 19:15. 1. I. Allegro maestoso.

This was not Liszt's title, but was a description written into a section of the manuscript. It's thought of as a youthful work from Liszt's early 20s, but in fact all three of the concertos heard here had their genesis in the 1830s; Liszt kept working on those numbered 1 and 2, and abandoned Malédiction, which.

Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). This second of Liszt's principal concertos sounds a little less Romantic and less rhapsodic than the earlier concerto, and, fittingly, Kantorow plays it more spontaneously, yet with a firm direction and considerable feeling. Again, it is in the quieter passages that the pianist seems happiest, his virtuosity always at the service of the score and yielding radiant results. Between the two major concertos, Kantorow plays the little Concerto in E minor "Malediction" (Curse), written by Liszt in 1831, revised in 1840, then put aside and only published in 1915.

29: I. Moderato assai, Piano Concerto No. 4 in C minor, Op. 44 - Piano Concerto No. 44: I. Allegro moderato - Andante & more.

In 1858, Saint-Saëns became the first major French composer to write a piano concerto, but on this first disc of two the Kantorows present the three last concertos

Liszt: Works for Piano and Orchestra. Liszt: Piano Concertos No. & 2; Totentanz. Boston Symphony Orchestra. Naxos featured album.

Liszt: Piano Concertos. Alexandre Kantorow (piano). The two numbered concertos, which Franz Liszt revised extensively before letting them be published some 25 years after their conception, frame the single-movement Malédiction for piano and strings which Liszt composed in 1833 and revised in 1840, but which was never published in his lifetime. Stepping into Liszt's shoes for the present recording is Alexandre Kantorow.


Piano Concerto No. 1 In E Flat Major, S.124 (1832-56) (19:08)
1 I. Allegro Maestoso. Tempo Giusto 5:49
2 II. Quasi Adagio 5:08
3 III. Allegretto Vivace - Allegro Animato 4:05
4 IV. Allegro Marziale Animato 4:01
Concerto In E Minor 'Malédiction', S.121 (1833-40) For Piano And Strings (15:44)
5 Quasi Moderato - Sostenuto... 7:56
6 Bar 163: Energico Nobilmente - Sempre Moderato... 7:47
Piano Concerto No. 2 In A Major, S.125 (1839/ 1849-61) (22:19)
7 Adagio Sostenuto Assai - Allegro Agitato Assai 7:22
8 Tempo Del Andante - Allegro Moderato 6:25
9 Allegro Deciso 2:52
10 Marziale, Un Poco Meno Allegro 1:07
11 Un Poco Meno Mosso 2:58
12 Allegro Animato 1:30

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BIS
  • Copyright (c) – BIS
  • Glass Mastered At – Sony DADC
  • Recorded At – Tapiola Concert Hall


  • Composed By – Franz Liszt
  • Conductor – Jean-Jacques Kantorow
  • Edited By – Jens Braun
  • Engineer – Jens Braun
  • Executive-Producer – Robert Suff
  • Grand Piano – Alexandre Kantorow
  • Leader – Eriikka Maalismaa
  • Mixed By – Jens Braun
  • Orchestra – Tapiola Sinfonietta
  • Producer – Jens Braun
  • Technician [Piano] – Matti Kyllönen


Includes 24 page booklet.

Recorded November 2014.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 318599 921006
  • Rights Society: BIEM/n©b