ARC-112-13 // Lipatti: "Les Inédits"

Previously unpublished live and studio recordings

 
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Dinu Lipatti

"Les Inédits"

 
  • Liszt: Piano Concerto No. 1 (Ernest Ansermet / OSR , live 6 June 1947
  • Liszt: Gnomenreigen
  • Liszt: La Leggierezza
  • Enescu: Sonata No.1: 2nd mvt.
  • Brahms: Intermezzi  op.117 No.2 & op.116 No.2
  • Bach: Jesus bleibet meine Freude
  • Scarlatti: Sonata in G major L387
  • Chopin: Etude in G flat op.10,5 (Bucharest)
  • Chopin: Etude in G flat op.10,5 (Zurich)
  • Chopin: Etude in e minor op.25,5
  • Schumann: Symphonic Etude op.13 No. 9
  • Fauré: Après un rêve (with Antonio Janigro, violoncello
  • Ravel: Pièce en forme de Habanera (with Antonio Janigro, violoncello)
  • Rimsky-Korsakov: Vol du bourdon (with Antonio Janigro, violoncello)
  • Bartók: Piano Concerto No.3: 2nd movement (Paul Sacher / SO-SWF, rec. 30 May 1948)
  • Lipatti: Concertino (Ernest Ansermet /OSR) 
  • Lipatti: Danses roumaines  (Ernest Ansermet /OSR, rec. 19 October 1945)
  • Lipatti: Tziganes (Ernest Ansermet /OSR, rec. 1951)
  • Lipatti: Symphonie concertante (with Madeleine Lipatti & Béla Siki, piano. Ernest Ansermet /OSR , rec. 14 September 1951)

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 Previously unknown recordings by Dinu Lipatti have been discovered in a Swiss private archive. Some of these recordings are concert performances and have survived on private acetates, others are test pressings of works which Lipatti never recorded commercially, including some of his own compositions. All have been authenticated.

"Thanks to the enterprise of producers Mark Ainley and Werner Unger, we now have an even fuller picture of Lipatti´s pianistic development and musical sympathies." (American Record Guide)

"But never mind the "surface noise" and all that. I´m shure no Lipatti lover in the land will want to be without these previously unobtainable precious memories..." (Gramophone)

„This material is a welcome addition to the known recordings of this artist who was an exclusive EMI artist. It confirms that Lipatti's great popularity is due to his musical integrity.“ (FonoForum)

 
 
 
 
 

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