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Playlist of Alfred Brendel

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  • Set the PianoStool on Fire- Alfred Brendel & Kit Armstrong

    1:16:21

    Alfred Brendel, when retiring from public performance, takes on a prodigy pupil: Kit Armstrong. the film observes Brendel imparting his wisdom and experience to this exceptionally gifted student, who begins to discover a new emotional depth to his virtuoso playing. 2008-2009.

  • Alfred Brendel - Schubert - Four Impromptus, D 899

    28:19

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    Franz Schubert
    Four Impromptus, D 899, Op 90

    No 1 in C minor
    No 2 in E-flat major
    No 3 in G-flat major
    No 4 in A-flat major

    Alfred Brendel, piano

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  • ALFRED BRENDEL - Beethoven Piano Concerto # 5 Japan live

    39:33

    One of the greatest pianists of all time, Alfred Brendel performs Beethoven's Piano Concerto in E flat major in a live performance from Japan.
    Merek Janowski is conducting the NHK symphony orchestra at the NHK hall (Tokyo) in September of 1985.

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  • Alfred Brendel on Beethoven & Schubert

    3:08

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    If I belong to a tradition it is a tradition that makes the masterpiece tell the performer what he should do and not the performer telling the piece what it should be like, or the composer what he ought to have composed. Brendel

    An exclusive artist for the Philips label since 1969, Brendel’s discography is now among the most extensive of any pianist, reflecting a repertoire of solo, chamber and orchestral works by the major composers from the central European tradition from Bach through to Schoenberg.

    This 114 CD Edition encompasses his complete discography for Philips and Decca and includes studio albums, live recordings and radio broadcasts. The set is accompanied by a 200-page book featuring a note by Brendel’s personal choice of writer, Misha Donat.

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  • Beethoven Piano Sonata No.32 Op.111 -1mov Alfred Brendel

    9:12

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  • Alfred Brendel plays Schubert - Piano Sonatas D958, D959, D960

    1:45:18

    FRANZ SCHUBERT
    Piano Sonata in C minor, D958
    00:00:22 I. Allegro
    00:08:18 II. Adagio
    00:16:47 III. Menuetto: Allegro
    00:19:58 IV. Allegro

    Piano Sonata in A major, D959
    00:29:20 I.Allegro
    00:41:23 II. Andantino
    00:49:19 III. Scherzo: Allegro vivace
    00:53:52 IV. Rondo: Allegretto

    Piano Sonata in B flat major, D960
    01:07:33 I. Molto moderato
    01:22:47 II. Andante sostenuto
    01:32:24 III. Scherzo: Allegro vivace con delicatezza
    01:36:15 IV. Allegro, ma non troppo

    ALFRED BRENDEL, piano

    Filmed in the Great Hall of the Middle Temple, London, January 1988

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  • Alfred Brendel Piano Recital

    1:49:54

    アルフレート・ブレンデル / ピアノ・リサイタル
    1988年9月27日 昭和女子大学 人見記念講堂

    モーツァルト:デュポールのメヌエットによる変奏曲 K.573
    ブラームス:主題と変奏 Op.18
    リスト:バッハのカンタータ「泣き、悲しみ、おののき」のコンティヌオによる変奏曲
    ベートーベン:ディアベルリ変奏曲 Op.120

  • Chopin: Andante Spianato & Grand Polonaise In E Flat, Op.22

    13:50

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Chopin: Andante Spianato & Grand Polonaise In E Flat, Op.22 (Live In London / 1968) · Alfred Brendel

    Alfred Brendel - Live

    ℗ 2006 BBC Worldwide Ltd.

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Producer, Recording Producer: Misha Donat
    Composer: Frédéric Chopin

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  • Alfred Brendel & Kit Armstrong – conversation

    7:48

    Eglise Sainte-Thérèse, Hirson, France
    June 2018

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  • Alfred Brendel plays Beethoven: Sonata Hammerklavier & Bagatelles Op.126

    50:32

    LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
    Piano Sonata No. 29 in B flat major, Op. 106 Hammerklavier
    00:00:01 I. Allegro
    00:11:38 II. Scherzo. Assai vivace - Presto - Tempo I
    00:14:15 III. Adagio sostenuto
    00:32:48 IV. Largo - Allegro - Allegro risoluto

    From: 6 Bagatelles for piano, Op. 126
    00:44:42 No. 2 in G minor: Allegro
    00:47:42 No. 3 in E flat major: Andante cantabile e grazioso

    ALFRED BRENDEL, piano

    Filmed in Paris, 28 February 1970

  • Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3

    38:33

    Ludwig van Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37
    Piano: Alfred Brendel
    Conductor: Claudio Abbado
    Lucerne Festival Orchestra

    1:04 - Allegro con brio
    17:59 - Largo
    27:25 - Rondo. Allegro

  • Beethoven Piano Sonatas Pathétique, Moonlight & Appassionata

    59:06

    Alfred Brendel’s first recorded cycle of the complete works for piano of Beethoven appeared in the 1960s on the Vox label. They established his reputation as a leading interpreter of the composer, and although he returned to the studio subsequently to re-record the sonatas and concertos for Philips, these early recordings have retained their freshness and originality. For many record collectors, the budget price Turnabout label provided a happy hunting ground for those who sought out unusual repertoire. The parent company Vox also had the vision to ask the relatively unknown Brendel to undertake the huge project of recording all the Beethoven Sonatas, Variations and Piano Concertos. These recordings document the artist as a young man at the outset of his extraordinary journey, and in repertoire that will always be closely associated with him. They also stand comparison with his later interpretations of Beethoven.

    Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven
    Artist: Alfred Brendel (piano)

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    00:00:00 Piano Sonata No.14 in C sharp Minor Op.27 No.2 ‘Moonlight’: I. Adagio sostenuto
    00:05:58 Piano Sonata No.14 in C sharp Minor Op.27 No.2 ‘Moonlight’: II. Allegretto
    00:08:16 Piano Sonata No.14 in C sharp Minor Op.27 No.2 ‘Moonlight’: III. Presto agitato
    00:15:52 Piano Sonata No.8 in C Minor Op.13 ‘Pathétique’: I. Grave – Allegro di molto e con brio
    00:25:00 Piano Sonata No.8 in C Minor Op.13 ‘Pathétique’: II. Adagio cantabile
    00:30:44 Piano Sonata No.8 in C Minor Op.13 ‘Pathétique’: III. Rondo:Allegro
    00:35:09 Piano Sonata No.23 in F Minor Op.57 ‘Appassionata’: I. Allegro assai
    00:44:47 Piano Sonata No.23 in F Minor Op.57 ‘Appassionata’: II. Andante con moto
    00:51:03 Piano Sonata No.23 in F Minor Op.57 ‘Appassionata’: III. Allegro ma non troppo

  • Alfred Brendel plays Schubert 1 - Wanderer Fantasy, Piano Sonatas D784 & D840

    1:44:12

    FRANZ SCHUBERT
    WandererFantasy in C major D760, Op. 15 (1822)
    00:00:23 Introduction by Alfred Brendel (in German with English subtitles)
    00:13:37 I. Allegro con fuoco ma non troppo
    00:20:00 II. Adagio
    00:27:05 III. Presto
    00:32:11 IV. Allegro

    Piano Sonata in A minor D784, Op. post. 143 (1823)
    00:36:45 Introduction by Alfred Brendel (in German with English subtitles)
    00:46:39 I. Allegro giusto
    00:57:41 II. Andante
    01:03:00 III. Allegro vivace

    Piano Sonata in C minor D840 (unfinished, 1825)
    01:09:58 Introduction by Alfred Brendel (in German with English subtitles)
    01:20:48 I. Moderato
    01:31:58 II. Andante

    ALFRED BRENDEL, piano

    Recording: Radio Bremen, June 1976, June 1977, December 1977

  • W.A. Mozart Piano Concerto No.23 in A major K488, Alfred Brendel

    25:07

    W.A. Mozart Piano Concerto No.23 in A major K488,
    1. Allegro
    2. Adagio
    3. Allegro assai
    Alfred Brendel, Piano
    Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
    Sir Neville Marriner, Conductor
    Rec.: London 1971

  • ALFRED BRENDEL ~ Mozart Piano Sonata # 14 in C minor

    22:04

    Historic pianist Alfred Brendel performs Mozarts Piano Sonata in C minor K. 457. Brendel is regarded as one of the major interpreters of Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert and Mozart and continues to perform till today.
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  • Alfred Brendel - Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI/49 & Mozart: Sonata K457

    43:48

    FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN
    Piano Sonata in E-flat major, Hob. XVI/49, L.59
    00:00:16 I. Allegro
    00:08:02 II. Adagio e cantabile
    00:17:26 III.Finale: Tempo di Menuet

    WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
    Piano Sonata No.14 in C minor, K.457
    00:21:42 I. Allegro molto
    00:30:15 II. Adagio
    00:39:17 III. Allegro assai

    ALFRED BRENDEL, piano

    Filmed in the Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Suffolk, UK, July 2000

  • Alfred Brendel On Recording

    4:14

    A short insight from Alfred Brendel on his recording career!
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    If I belong to a tradition it is a tradition that makes the masterpiece tell the performer what he should do and not the performer telling the piece what it should be like, or the composer what he ought to have composed. Brendel

    An exclusive artist for the Philips label since 1969, Brendel’s discography is now among the most extensive of any pianist, reflecting a repertoire of solo, chamber and orchestral works by the major composers from the central European tradition from Bach through to Schoenberg.

    This 114 CD Edition encompasses his complete discography for Philips and Decca and includes studio albums, live recordings and radio broadcasts. The set is accompanied by a 200-page book featuring a note by Brendel’s personal choice of writer, Misha Donat.

  • ALFRED BRENDEL - BEETHOVEN PIANO CONCERTO NO. 5 EMPEROR - MVT. 1 - PART 1/3

    20:37

    MVT.1 - ALLEGRO
    CONDUCTOR - KURT MASSUR

  • 1 Hour Loop Für Elise - Beethoven - Alfred Brendel | Music I Like

    1:46

    Für Elise
    By Ludwig van Beethoven
    Performed by Alfred Brendel

  • Joseph Haydn Piano Sonata nº 59 in E flat, Hob. XVI:49

    21:37

    Alfred Brendel, piano

    By the late 1780s, Haydn's works for keyboard were clearly intended for the piano as opposed to the harpsichord. His exploitation of the dynamic potential of the relatively new piano grows with each of his last sonatas.

    Until Beethoven's middle-period sonatas, Classical-era works for solo keyboard were very often written for a composer's students and were intended to stress certain aspects of technique. At the time, the concerto was the vehicle for the performing virtuoso. Haydn was never a keyboard virtuoso, but had a number of students for whom he composed piano sonatas. The wide range of ability among his students accounts for the disparate levels of sophistication and technical difficulty we find among the surviving sonatas, most of which were written before 1770. Some of these works have been lost because Haydn gave the manuscripts to his students without making copies. A few of Haydn's sonatas, however, were not composed for his students.

    The Sonata in E flat major, H. 16:49, was composed for Marianne von Genzinger, the wife of the Esterházy family physician. Haydn's relationship with Genzinger may have grown from a mutual affinity for things musical, but it seems certain from some the composer's letters that the relationship grew into some version of love. However, most of the composer's communications to Genzinger, although in a more relaxed style than those to others, are discreet, often discussing musical issues. Concerning the E flat sonata, Haydn referred to the second movement, an Adagio, as quite new...it contains many things I shall analyze for Your Grace when the time comes; it is rather difficult but full of feeling.

    The E flat major sonata is also a fairly late work, completed in 1790. It shares a certain intimate style with other works directed toward Genzinger, but is quite Beethovenian in some respects. (In general, Haydn's late keyboard sonatas are among his most forward-looking works, and perhaps those in which his influence upon Beethoven is most visible.) The first movement, in sonata form, is marked Allegro non troppo and moves forward quickly in a bouncing triple meter. Compared to those of the symphonies Haydn composed during this same period, the transition between key areas is brief. We hear a plethora of material on the secondary key, B flat major, most of which shows up in the extensive development. In the recapitulation, the transition, as usual, resolves the secondary material to the tonic. A coda develops transitional material on its way to a firm close—a procedure Beethoven would borrow from Haydn and expand upon.

    The exquisite Adagio cantabile is an ABA structure in B flat major with highly decorated thematic material. Touches of the tonic minor add a melancholic feel to the movement, while numerous runs suggest that Genzinger had a formidable technique.

    Haydn composed a large Minuet with two Trio sections as the finale of the E flat major sonata. Everything begins conventionally enough: the Minuet follows the traditional pattern of repetition, with the first part consisting of an eight-measure phrase that closes on the dominant. The first Trio opens with a theme built of descending scales, which contrast with the rising figures of the second part. After the Trio we hear a literal return to the Minuet, as we expect, but only the first part appears and it turns out to be a bridge to the second Trio, in E flat minor. This in turn is followed by a slightly varied reprise of the entire first Minuet section in E flat major.

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  • BRENDEL, Beethoven Piano Sonata No.8 in C minor, Op.13 Pathetique

    19:37

    Alfred Brendel, piano May 1975
    1.Grave - Allegro di molto e con brio 9:40
    2.Adagio cantabile 5:20
    3.Rondo(Allegro) 4:32

  • Alfred Brendel über Musik und Interpretation

    6:36

    Alfred Brendel spricht anlässlich der Veröffentlichung seiner 'Complete Philips Recordings' über die Komponisten und Werke, die ihn zeitlebens am meisten beschäftigt haben; außerdem äußerst sich Brendel zu seinem Verständnis von Interpretation und zur Bedeutung klassischer Musik heute.

  • Beethoven / Alfred Brendel, 1958: Sonata No. 30 in E Major Op. 109 - VOX SVBX 5417

    17:43

    Twenty-seven year old Alfred Brendel plays Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 30 in E major, Op. 109, composed in 1820. This work is the antepenultimate of his piano sonatas. In it, after the huge Hammerklavier Sonata, Op. 106, Beethoven returns to a smaller scale and a more intimate character. It is dedicated to Maximiliane Brentano, the daughter of Beethoven's long-standing friend Antonie Brentano, for whom Beethoven had already composed the short Piano Trio in B♭ major WoO 39 in 1812.

    Die Klaviersonate Nr. 30 op. 109 in E-Dur aus dem Jahr 1820 ist die drittletzte von Ludwig van Beethovens Klaviersonaten. Nach der gewaltigen Hammerklaviersonate op. 106 kehrte er, längst taub, mit ihr zu kleineren Dimensionen und einem intimeren Charakter zurück. Die Sonate ist Maximiliane Brentano gewidmet, der Tochter von Beethovens langjähriger Freundin Antonie Brentano. Für sie hatte Beethoven 1812 bereits das kleine Klaviertrio B-Dur WoO 39 komponiert.

  • Brendel introduces Schubert Piano Sonata in G major, D.894

    11:24

    extract from Alfred Brendel plays and introduces Schubert's late piano works(DVD).

  • 【LP Records】Moonlight - Ludwig van Beethoven - Alfred Brendel

    16:38

    Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
    Song: Piano Sonata No. 14 In C-sharp Minor, Op. 27 No. 2 Moonlight
    1. Adagio
    2. Allegretto
    3. Presto
    Piano by: Alfred Brendel

  • BRENDEL Plays Beethoven Diabelli Variations

    53:07

    01. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: I. Tema. Vivace
    02. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. I. Alla marcia maestoso
    03. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. II. Poco allegro
    04. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. III. L'istesso tempo
    05. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. IV. Un poco più vivace
    06. 33 Variations on a Waltz by Diabelli in C, Op. 120
    07. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. VI. Allegro, ma non troppo
    08. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. VII. Un poco più allegro
    09. Variation No. 8 on a Waltz by Diabelli in C Major, Op. 120: Poco vivace
    10. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. IX. Allegro pesante e risoluto
    11. 33 Variations on a Waltz by Diabelli in C, Op. 120
    12. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XI. Allegretto
    13. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XII. Un poco più mosso
    14. Variation No. 13 on a Waltz by Diabelli in C Major, Op. 120: Vivace
    15. Variation No. 14 on a Waltz by Diabelli in C Major, Op. 120: Grave
    16. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XV. Presto scherzando
    17. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XVI. Allegro
    18. Variation No. 17 on a Waltz by Diabelli in C Major, Op. 120: Variation
    19. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XVIII. Moderato
    20. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XIX. Presto (2)
    21. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XX. Andante
    22. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XXI. Allegro con brio
    23. 33 Variations on a Waltz by Diabelli in C, Op. 120
    24. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XXIII. Assai allegro
    25. Variation No. 24 on a Waltz by Diabelli in C Major, Op. 120: Fughetta
    26. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XXV. Allegro (3)
    27. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XXVI. Allegro (4)
    28. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XXVII. Vivace (2)
    29. 33 Variations on a Waltz in C Major, Op. 120: XXIX. Allegro
    30. Variation No. 29 on a Waltz by Diabelli in C Major, Op. 120: Adagio ma non troppo
    31. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XXX. Andante, sempre cantabile
    32. Diabelli Variations in C Major, Op. 120: Var. XXXI. Largo, molto espressivo
    33. Variation No. 32 on a Waltz by Diabelli in C Major, Op. 120: Fuga, allegro
    34. 33 Variations on a Waltz in C Major, Op. 120: XXXIV. Tempo di menuetto

    Alfred Brendel, piano

  • Alfred Brendel - Mozart Piano Sonata in C min. K457

    8:29

    W.A. Mozart: Piano Sonata in Do min. K457 - Piano: Alfred Brendel

  • Alfred Brendel shreds Beethoven

    1:56

    My contribution to the shreds craze here on youtube...

  • BRENDEL, Beethoven Piano Sonata No.21 in C, op.53 Waldstein

    25:02

    Alfred Brendel, piano April 1993
    1.Allegro con brio 11:15
    2.Introduzione: Adagio molto 3:48
    3.Rondo: Allrgretto moderato - Prestissimo 9:51

  • BRENDEL, Beethoven Piano Sonata No.14 in C sharp minor, Op.27 No.2 Moonlight

    16:03

    Alfred Brendel, piano Feb 1972
    1.Adagio sostenuto 6:03
    2.Allegretto 2:25
    3.Presto agitato 7:33

  • W.A. Mozart Piano Concerto No.21 in C major K467, Alfred Brendel

    25:22

    W.A. Mozart Piano Concerto No.21 in C major K467
    1. Allegro
    2. Andante
    3. Allegro vivace assai
    Alfred Brendel, Piano
    The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
    Sir Neville Marriner, Conductor
    Rec.: London, 1981

  • Alfred Brendel plays Schubert: Hungarian Melody D817

    3:26

    FRANZ SCHUBERT
    Hungarian Melody in B minor D817

    ALFRED BRENDEL, piano

  • Alfred Brendel on Mozart and Haydn

    2:22

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    If I belong to a tradition it is a tradition that makes the masterpiece tell the performer what he should do and not the performer telling the piece what it should be like, or the composer what he ought to have composed. Brendel

    An exclusive artist for the Philips label since 1969, Brendel’s discography is now among the most extensive of any pianist, reflecting a repertoire of solo, chamber and orchestral works by the major composers from the central European tradition from Bach through to Schoenberg.

    This 114 CD Edition encompasses his complete discography for Philips and Decca and includes studio albums, live recordings and radio broadcasts. The set is accompanied by a 200-page book featuring a note by Brendel’s personal choice of writer, Misha Donat.

  • Alfred Brendel plays Beethoven - Eroica Variations op. 35

    22:51

    Alfred Brendel, piano.


  • BACH - CHROMATISCHE FANTASIE UND FUGE D MOLL BWV 903 - ALFRED BRENDEL

    13:00

    Alfred Brendel, Klavier

    1977

    Alfred Brendel hat es lange Jahre vermieden, Bach im Konzertsaal zu spielen, weil er, nach eigenen Angaben, jahrelang unter dem Bann des Bach-Spiels seines Lehrers Edwin Fischer stand: '...Es musste erst der Tag kommen, an dem ich sicher und naiv genug war, Bach auf meine eigene Weise zu spielen'.

    Spätestens 1977 schien sich dieser selbstkritische Wunsch erfüllt zu haben!
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  • Pianist Alfred Brendel clowns around

    1:01

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  • Mozart Piano Sonata No.11 In A Major K.331/Alfred Brendel

    19:09

    Mozart Piano Sonata No.11 In A Major K.331
    Alfred Brendel
    1971

  • L.Van Beethoven - Bagatelle in A minor For Elise - Alfred Brendel

    3:32

    Ludwig Van Beethoven
    Bagatelle in A minor For Elise
    Alfred Brendel: piano

  • Alfred Brendel plays Schubert 2 - Piano Sonatas D845 & D850

    1:37:54

    FRANZ SCHUBERT
    Piano Sonata in A minor D845, Op. 42 (1825)
    00:00:21 Introduction by Alfred Brendel (in German with English subtitles)
    00:09:39 I. Moderato
    00:21:15 II. Andante, poco mosso
    00:34:49 III. Scherzo. Allegro vivace - Trio. Un poco più lento
    00:42:16 IV Rondo. Allegro vivace

    Piano Sonata in D major D850, Op. 53 (1825)
    00:48:42 Introduction by Alfred Brendel (in German with English subtitles)
    00:57:52 I. Allegro vivace
    01:07:21 II. Con moto
    01:19:17 III. Scherzo. Allegro vivace - Trio
    01:28:27 IV Rondo. Allegro moderato

    ALFRED BRENDEL, piano

    Recording: Radio Bremen, June 1976, June 1977, December 1977

  • ALFRED BRENDEL -BEETHOVEN PIANO COCERTO NO. 5 EMPEROR - MVT. 2 - PART 2/3

    7:43

    ADAGIO UN POCO MOSSO.
    ALFRED BRENDEL -BEETHOVEN PIANO COCERTO NO. 5 EMPEROR - PART 2/3. KURT MASSUR: CONDUCTOR

  • BRENDEL, J.S.Bach Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor, BWV903

    13:05

    Alfred Brendel, piano 27 May 1976
    13:03

  • Beethoven Piano Sonata No.32 Op.111 -2mov Alfred Brendel

    9:09

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  • Alfred Brendel, Masterclass at New England Conservatory

    3:49

    Alfred Brendel, Masterclass at New England Conservatory - Sangyoung Kim playing Beethoven's Variations in E-Flat Major (Eroica) Op. 35 - Part 2c

  • Alfred Brendel - Schubert - Four Impromptus, D 935

    33:39

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    Franz Schubert
    Four Impromptus, D 935, Op posth 142

    No 1 in F minor
    No 2 in A-flat major
    No 3 in B-flat major
    No 4 in F minor

    Alfred Brendel, piano

  • Alfred Brendel plays Mozart: Piano Concerto No.27 in B Flat Major, K.595

    29:10

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No.27 in B Flat Major, KV 595

    I. Allegro (00:00)
    II. Larghetto (13:44)
    III. Allegro (20:40)

    Alfred Brendel, Piano
    Neville Marriner, conductor
    Academy of St. Martin in the Fields

  • Schubert Impromptus Op. 90, D. 899 - Alfred Brendel

    27:33

    1. No. 1 in C minor (9:35)
    2. No. 2 in E flat (4:32)
    3. No. 3 in G flat (6:05)
    4. No. 4 in A flat (7:09)

    Alfred Brendel, piano
    Recorded 7/1988

  • ALFRED BRENDEL - Moonlight Sonata

    6:03

    Ludwig van BEETHOVEN
    Sonata No. 14 in C sharp minor, Op. 27 No. 2 Moonlight - Clair de lune
    1. Adagio sostenuto
    by Alfred Brendel



    After a performance of the Moonlight Sonata, The Times wrote :
    Playing the Moonlight is the pianist's equivalent of an actor speaking To be or not to be ; the entire audience can sing along, so how can it be made to sound unworn without introducing eccentricity ?
    In Brendel's case, by lavishing on every phrase such intensity of feeling that we are simply unable to hear the familiarity.

    Après qu'Alfred Brendel eut exécuté la sonate Clair de lune, le critique du Times écrivit :
    Pour un pianiste, jouer la sonate Clair de lune équivaut pour un acteur à réciter le fameux monologue Etre ou ne pas être de Hamlet. Tous les spectateurs sont capables de le reprendre en choeur ; aussi comment peut-on jouer cette sonate sans routine et sans excentricité ?
    Mais Brendel joue chaque phrase si intensément qu'on oublie à quel point cette oeuvre nous est familière.

  • Alfred Brendel, all-Mozart recital | 92Y Concerts

    53:24

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    Alfred Brendel, all-Mozart recital

    Alfred Brendel, piano

    Let us therefore never lose sight of the humanity of [Mozart's] music, even when it gives itself an official and general air. The unimpeachability of his form is always balanced by the palpability of his sound, the miracle of his sound mixtures, the resoluteness of his energy, the living spirit, the heartbeat, the unsentimental warmth of his feeling. -- Alfred Brendel, from a program note

    MOZART:
    [00:33] Fantasia in C Minor, K.475
    [13:26] Adagio in B Minor, K.540
    [23:36] Sonata in C Minor, K.457
    [44:38] Second movement, from Sonata in A Minor, K.310

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  • Alfred Brendel plays Schubert 4 - Piano Sonata D958, Moments musicaux D780, 3 Klavierstücke D746

    1:56:38

    FRANZ SCHUBERT
    Piano Sonata in C minor D958 (1826)
    00:00:32 Introduction by Alfred Brendel (in German with English subtitles)
    00:13:56 I. Allegro
    00:21:52 II. Adagio
    00:30:46 III. Menuetto. Allegro - Trio
    00:34:13 IV. Allegro

    Moments musicaux D780, Op. 94 (1828)
    00:44:46 Introduction by Alfred Brendel (in German with English subtitles)
    00:56:11 No.1 in C major. Moderato
    01:01:39 No.2 in A flat major. Andantino
    01:07:58 No.3 in F minor. Allegretto moderato
    01:09:53 No.4 in C sharp minor. Moderato
    01:15:13 No.5 in F minor. Allegro vivace
    01:17:22 No.6 in A flat major. Allegretto - Trio

    3 Klavierstücke D746 (1828)
    01:24:37 Introduction by Alfred Brendel (in German with English subtitles)
    01:31:19 No.1 in E flat minor. Allegro assai - Andante
    01:41:00 No.2 in E flat major. Allegretto
    01:51:16 No.3 in C major. Allegro

    ALFRED BRENDEL, piano

    Recording: Radio Bremen, June 1976, June 1977, December 1977

  • Mozart / Alfred Brendel, 1979: Piano Concerto No. 15 in B Flat, KV 450 - Marriner

    26:35

    Allegro: (0:03) / Andante (11:00) / Allegro (17:23)

    Digitized from the LP shown above, released on the Philips label in 1980.

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