Any attempt to define the qualities of Vladimir Horowitz usually begin and end in a sea of superlatives. His 'ne plus ultra' virtuosity earned Horowitz his reputation as the ''Liszt of our age''. Commemorating the 30th anniversary of his death (5th November), Deutsche Grammophon is reissuing four of his legendary recordings on vinyl, including his three-time Grammy Award-winning 1985 Studio Recordings; and is releasing for the first time ever on vinyl Horowitz's last recital in Hamburg (1989).
1.Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 659 [Transcr. For Piano By Ferruccio Busoni], 2.1. Allegro moderato, 3.2. Andante cantabile, 4.3. Allegretto, 5.Mazurka No.13 In A Minor Op.17 No.4, 6.Scherzo No.1 In B Minor, Op.20, 1.No.4 In A Flat: Allegretto 2.No. 3 In D Flat Major (lento, placido), 3.No.1 In F (markiert und kraftig), 4.Prelude In G Sharp Minor, Op.32, No.12, 5.Etude In C Sharp Minor, Op.2, No.1, 6.Polonaise No.6 In A Flat, Op.53 -''Heroic'', 7.Etude In F Major, Op.72, No.6
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