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Name:Beethoven Complete Piano Concertos, Pollini Abbado Lossless Flac classical Cover + booklet

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  01 - [Op. 15] - I. Allegro con brio.flac

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  02 - [Op. 15] - II. Largo.flac

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  03 - [Op. 15] - III. Rondeau. Allegro [scherzando].flac

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  04 - [Op. 19] - I. Allegro con brio.flac

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  05 - [Op. 19] - II. Adagio.flac

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  06 - [Op. 19] - III. Rondeau. Molto allegro.flac

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  01 - [Op. 37] - I. Allegro con brio.flac

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  02 - [Op. 37] - II. Largo.flac

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  03 - [Op. 37] - III. Rondeau. Allegro.flac

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  04 - [Op. 58] - I. Allegro moderato.flac

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  05 - [Op. 58] - II. Andante con moto.flac

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  06 - [Op. 58] - III. Rondeau. Vivace.flac

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  01 - [Op. 73] - I. Allegro.flac

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  02 - [Op. 73] - II. Adagio un poco moto.flac

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  03 - [Op. 73] - III. Rondeau. Allegro.flac

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Beethoven   Complete Piano Concertos, Pollini   Abbado Lossless Flac classical Cover + booklet preview 0

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Die Klavierkonzerte
The Piano Concertos*
Triple Concerto op. 56

Maurizio Pollini * · Ilya Gringolts
Mario Brunello · Alexander Lonquich
Berliner Philharmoniker *
Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra
of Venezuela · Claudio Abbado
3 Compact Discs


Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 1 in C major op. 15
I. Allegro con brio [17:16]
II. Largo [11:13]
III. Rondeau. Allegro [scherzando] [9:05]
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 2 in B flat major op. 19
I. Allegro con brio [13:33]
II. Adagio [8:41]
III. Rondeau. Molto allegro [6:31]
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 3 in C minor op. 37
I. Allegro con brio [16:07]
II. Largo [10:07]
III. Rondeau. Allegro [9:36]
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 4 in G major op. 58
I. Allegro moderato [17:18]
II. Andante con moto [5:16]
III. Rondeau. Vivace [10:00]
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra no. 5 in E flat major op. 73, 'EMPEROR'
I. Allegro [20:29]
II. Adagio un poco moto [7:47] - attacca:
III. Rondeau. Allegro [10:35]

“Pollini’s penetrating intelligence is allied to a quite miraculous range of pianistic colour – from dramatic and arresting big moments to ravishing and intimate quiet playing.”

International Record Review, London, February 2008

Maurizio Pollini was born in Milan on 5 January 1942. His father was the architect Gino Pollini, one of the leading representatives of Italian rationalism and also an expert violinist. His mother, Renata Melotti, studied piano and singing and was the sister of the well-known sculptor Fausto Melotti, who had a lasting influence on the young Pollini. In 1948 Maurizio Pollini received his first piano lessons from Carlo Lonati. From 1955–59 he continued his studies with Carlo Vidusso and in 1958 he began to study composition with Bruno Bettinelli. In 1960 he was awarded the first prize at the International Chopin Competition in Warsaw and appeared at La Scala, Milan, playing Chopin’s First Piano Concerto under Sergiu Celibidache. Since then Maurizio Pollini has become one of the most admired and respected pianists of our time and has appeared all over the world with leading orchestras and conductors. He is particularly renowned for his innovative concert programmes which champion works by contemporary composers and contrasts these with those of the Classical and Romantic eras.


Debuts in London and Berlin


Debut in the USA. Increasingly performs music of the 20th century


First appearance with the Berlin Philharmonic


First recordings for Deutsche Grammophon: Stravinsky’s Three Movements from “Petrushka” and Prokofiev’s Seventh Sonata


Salzburg Festival debut; release of Chopin Etudes (Gran Premio del disco ‘Ritmo’, Madrid, Prix Mondial du disque, Montreux, Record Academy Prize, Tokyo, Edison Prize)


First tour of Japan. Appearances with Herbert von Karajan (Schumann: Piano Concerto)


Recitals featuring the three last sonatas of Schubert; release of Schoenberg’s Complete Piano Works (Gran Premio del disco ‘Ritmo’)


Debut as conductor with the Orchestra of La Scala; release of Chopin Preludes (Grand Prix du disque)


Premiere of Nono’s . . . sofferte onde serene . . . and Manzoni’s Masse: omaggio a Edgard Varèse, both composed for him; release of Late Beethoven Sonatas (Gramo­phone Award); Mozart Concertos nos. 19 and 23 with Karl Böhm and the Wiener Philharmoniker (Wiener Flötenuhr)


Bartók’s Piano Concertos nos. 1 and 2 with Claudio Abbado and the Chicago Symphony (Gramophone Award)


Appearances with Mstislav Rostropovich (Beethoven: Cello Sonatas). Release of the Brahms Piano Quintet with the Quartetto Italiano (Gramophone Award, Prix Cae­cilia, Brussels and the Deutscher Schallplattenpreis)


Plays the complete Beethoven Piano Concertos in New York with the Wiener Phil­harmoniker under Abbado and receives the orchestra’s Honorary Ring on this occasion. Release of Chopin Piano Sonatas nos. 2 and 3 (Edison Prize)


Plays his first complete Beethoven Sonata cycles in Berlin and Munich, later also in New York, at La Scala and in Paris, London and Vienna


Takes part in the Boulez Festival in Tokyo. At the Salzburg Festival directs the Progetto Pollini for the first time, a series of concerts in which old and new works are juxtaposed. Receives the Gold Medallion of Salzburg province. Recording of the Beethoven Piano Concertos wins CD Compact Award, Barcelona


Receives the Ernst von Siemens Music Prize


Second Progetto Pollini in Salzburg; Chopin Ballades CD wins Record Academy Prize, Tokyo


Organizes the concert series Perspectives analogous to Progetto, at New York’s Carnegie Hall


Takes over programme planning of the concert series ”Kontrapunkte” at the Salzburg Easter Festival; DG recording of Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations wins Diapason d’or


Release of 13-CD Maurizio Pollini Edition to celebrate his 60th birthday and 30-year collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon. Progetto Pollini in Tokyo


Progetto Pollini takes place in Rome. Other recitals and concerts throughout Europe. CD release: Beethoven Sonatas, including his first recording of the “Appassionata”


“Artiste Etoile” at the Lucerne Festival. Recitals and concerts in Europe, Japan and the USA. Release of Beethoven Sonatas op. 10 nos. 1–3 and op. 13 “Pathétique” (Choc du Monde de la musique)


Concerts and recitals throughout Europe and in Japan; Progetto Pollini at the Salzburg Festival. On CD: works by Schumann and Chopin’s Nocturnes (Echo Award, 2006, Grammy, 2007, Victoires de la Musique Classique Award, 2007); on DVD: Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms concertos with the Wiener Philharmoniker under Böhm and Abbado


Recitals throughout Europe, in the USA, and at the Salzburg and Beijing Festivals. Concerts in Lucerne and Tokyo with Abbado and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, in Munich with Jansons and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, in Vienna with the Alban Berg Quartet, Hagen Quartett and Ensemble Wien-Berlin. Release of his recording of Mozart’s Piano Concertos K. 453 & 467 as soloist and conductor of the Wiener Philharmoniker


Soloist and conductor in Mozart concertos with the Galician Symphony Orchestra in Spain and the Wiener Philharmoniker in Vienna’s Musikverein; Beethoven concertos with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall under Masur and Jurowski, and with the Gewandhausorchester in Leipzig under Chailly. Recitals at the major European music venues, in the USA (including Carnegie Hall), and at the Salzburg, Venezia-Nono (London), and Lucerne Piano festivals. Release of his critically acclaimed recording of Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas op. 2, nos. 1 – 3


Brahms’s Piano Concertos nos. 1 & 2 with the Orchestra di Santa Cecilia in Rome; Beethoven’s Concerto no. 4 with the Berliner Philharmoniker under Abbado in the Philharmonie and with the Lucerne Festival Orchestra again under Abbado in Vienna’s Musikverein; Schumann’s Piano Concerto with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and James Levine in Boston and New York’s Carnegie Hall. Solo recitals throughout Europe, in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and the USA (including Carnegie Hall); chamber-music recital with the Hagen Quartett in Rome; a Schoenberg-Berg-Nono chamber concert in Brussels. Festival appearance at the Klavier Festival Ruhr, the Salzburg and Lucerne festivals. Spring sees the release of a live recording of Mozart Piano Concertos K. 414 & 491 with Pollini as soloist and conductor of the Wiener Philharmoniker. A Chopin recital (Sonata no. 2, Mazurkas, Waltzes, Impromptu no. 2, Ballade no. 2) is scheduled for release in the autumn

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