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Saint-Saens. Piano Concerto   Cool and fave Music

Started Feb-11 by AuntBetsie; 453 views.
AuntBetsie

From: AuntBetsie

Feb-11

Malofeev gained international recognition at the 8th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians held in Moscow in 2014, where he won first prize and the Gold Medal.Two years later, he was awarded the Grand Prix at the 1st Grand Piano Competition -- International Competition for Young Pianists in Moscow.

In 2019, Malofeev won second prize and silver medal at the 1st China International Music Competition. Alexander Malofeev is recipient of numerous other international prizes.


Alexander Malofeev

Saint-Saens. Piano Concerto No 2, G-moll, Op.22

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Alexander Malofeev 19 Jan 2021
[v] https://youtu.be/JY1rdjc_Hvc

Saint-Saens. Piano Concerto No 2, G-moll, Op.22

 RTVE Orchestra (Spanish Radio and Television Orchestra)
 Soloist Alexand?r Malofeev
Conductor George Pehlivanian
Madrid, Teatro Monumental
23/10/2020
At 28:10?, the editor made a mistake. The encore piece is signed incorrectly. The arrangement of this fragment from Tchaikovsky's ballet "The Nutcracker" was made by Mikhail Pletnev.

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AuntBetsie

From: AuntBetsie

Feb-11

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As a young man, Saint-Saëns was enthusiastic for the most modern music of the day, particularly that of Schumann, Liszt and Wagner, although his own compositions were generally within a conventional classical tradition. He was a scholar of musical history, and remained committed to the structures worked out by earlier French composers. This brought him into conflict in his later years with composers of the impressionist and dodecaphonic schools of music; although there were neoclassical elements in his music, foreshadowing works by Stravinsky and Les Six, he was often regarded as a reactionary in the decades around the time of his death.

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Saint-Saëns held only one teaching post, at the École de Musique Classique et Religieuse in Paris, and remained there for less than five years. It was nevertheless important in the development of French music: his students included Gabriel Fauré, among whose own later pupils was Maurice Ravel. Both of them were strongly influenced by Saint-Saëns, whom they revered as a genius.

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Dot_hoe

From: Dot_hoe

Feb-12

How can this amazing teen breath with his double mask?

Outstanding music but a sad situation! clap

C J (CardJoker)

From: C J (CardJoker)

Feb-12

Brilliant concert, but gloomy face attire ... 

BarthaS

From: BarthaS

Feb-13

Good point, why is the pianist wearing a mask and the other musicians (flautists) aren't?  frowning

  • Edited February 13, 2021 12:55 pm  by  BarthaS
BarthaS

From: BarthaS

Feb-13

The performance is outstanding and the music is so relaxing!

clap Thank you!

Seaguil

From: Seaguil

Feb-23

Awesome, this is the essence of music and its mastering skills!

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Dot_hoe

From: Dot_hoe

Feb-24

Totally ludicrous, isn't it? confounded

M0THACUP

From: M0THACUP

Feb-26

You always bring up the coolest reviews and music!!

I surely love this! thumbsup

TAB00GA

From: TAB00GA

Feb-26

GREAT PERFORMANCE! thumbsup

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