Wanda Landowska - Wanda Landowska Concert mp3 album
Landowska was something of a sound engineering wonk and worked closely with engineers to realize the huge variety of effects that her big harpsichord was capable of. This is a propitious time for the re-release of these classic recordings: there's an extreme spirit afoot in the world of Baroque recordings, and it's one that Wanda Landowska would have loved. If you're a fan of Janine Jansen's Vivaldi or of any of the Young Turks of the harpsichord, sample this set to see where it all began.
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By Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Wanda Landowska, Artur Rodzinski, Adolf Koldofsky, Toronto Chamber Orchestra & Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. 2. Keyboard Concerto in D Major, Wq. 18, H. 421: II. Andante. By Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Wanda Landowska, Artur Rodzinski, Adolf Koldofsky & Toronto Chamber Orchestra. By George Frideric Handel - Wanda Landowska, Leopold Stokowski & Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. 5. Organ Concerto No. 6 in B-Flat Major, Op. 4, No. 6, HWV 294: II. Larghetto.
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Wanda Aleksandra Landowska (5 July 1879 – 16 August 1959) was a Polish-French harpsichordist whose performances, teaching, recordings, and writings played a large role in reviving the popularity of the harpsichord in the early 20th century. She was the first person to record Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations on the harpsichord (1933). She became a naturalized French citizen in 1938.
Piano works performed by the Polish pianist Wanda Landowska (1877-1959). This recording dates from the mid-1920's and was recorded on a DUO-ART piano. These instruments had the ability to capture all the nuances of an artist's performance for later playback. This Everest recording was done using a 1929 Steinway fitted with the DUO-ART mechanism. From the Everest Records Archive of Piano Music series. Transfer from the Everest stereo LP X-915 by Bob Varney.
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|Sonata No. 17 In D Major, K.576
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
|A1||1st Movement: Allegro||4:49|
|A2||2nd Movement: Adagio||4:25|
|A3||3rd Movement: Allegretto||4:00|
Arranged By – Wanda LandowskaComposed By – Josef Lanner
|Sonata No. 12 In A Flat Major, Op. 26 ("Funeral March")
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
|B1||1st Movement: Andante||7:28|
|B2||2nd Movement: Scherzo||2:16|
|B3||3rd Movement: Marcia Funebre; Rondo-Allegro||7:45|
|B4||Andante Favori In F Major
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven
- Piano – Wanda Landowska
Notes"An EVEREST recording, exclusively released in Australia by World Record Club."
Australian WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. "S/3094" on sleeve, "S-3094" on labels. Not issued in mono.
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|X-915||Wanda Landowska||Wanda Landowska Concert (LP)||Everest||X-915||US||1967|
|5389||Wanda Landowska||Wanda Landowska Concert (LP)||Saga||5389||UK||1974|
|3442, SDBR 3442||Wanda Landowska||The Artistry Of Wanda Landowska (LP, Album)||Everest, Everest||3442, SDBR 3442||US||1978|