Richter Prokofiev

Grigory Sokolov plays Schubert, Schumann, Chopin, Scriabin, Prokofiev, Stravinsky (2015) 2CDs

Grigory Sokolov plays Schubert, Schumann, Chopin, Scriabin, Prokofiev, Stravinsky (2015)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 484 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 314 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Melodiya | # MEL CD 10 02292 | Time: 02:14:24

The art of the 20th century legendary pianists lives on in this century in the creative work of Grigory Sokolov, “the greatest pianist of modern times,” “the world's pianist No. 1,” “a genius” as the contemporaries name him. Sokolov's name ranks with the names of the great musicians of the past – Vladimir Horowitz, Sviatoslav Richter and Glenn Gould. The pianist gives quite a number of concerts annually in different cities of Europe, including a traditional klavierabend in his native St. Petersburg. Grigory Sokolov finished the special music school of the Leningrad Conservatory under Liya Zelikhman, and in 1973 he graduated from the Leningrad Conservatory under Moisey Khalfin. Later on, Sokolov became a professor of the St. Petersburg Conservatory where he taught for a long time. As early as at the age of twelve, Sokolov gave his first solo concert, and at 16 he received the first prize of the 3rd International Tchaikovsky Competition in 1966. That victory signified the beginning of Sokolov's career.
Sviatoslav Richter - Complete Decca, Philips & DG Recordings (51CDs, 2015)

Sviatoslav Richter - Complete Decca, Philips & DG Recordings (51CDs, 2015)
Classical, Piano | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 7,38 Gb
Label: Decca (UMO)

Many collectors would agree that Sviatoslav Richter was the greatest pianist of the 20th century. His enormous recorded legacy hides hundreds of treasures, many of which are included in this beautiful 51CD set. Released to celebrate the 100th anniversary of his birth (20th March 2015), the edition encompasses his complete Decca, Philips and DG recordings, including his Sofia Recital as well as his collaborations with Rostropovich, Karajan and Benjamin Britten.
Sviatoslav Richter - The Complete Warner Recordings: Box Set 24CDs (2016)

Sviatoslav Richter - The Complete Warner Recordings: Box Set 24CDs (2016)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 2,84 Gb
Label: Warner Classics | Release Year: 2016

Often named the supreme pianist of his era, Sviatoslav Richter (1915-1997) was a poet of the keyboard and an enigmatic, sometimes eccentric figure. These 24 CDs span three centuries of music – repertoire for solo piano and piano duo, chamber music, song and concerto – and bring Richter together with other great artists of his time. As the New York Times wrote, his pianism “combined astonishing technical mastery with bold, wide-ranging musical imagination. His control over the colorings of piano tone was incomparable.”

Sviatoslav Richter - The Complete Album Collection (2015)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at Feb. 6, 2015
Sviatoslav Richter - The Complete Album Collection (2015)

Sviatoslav Richter - The Complete Album Collection (2015)
EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks + cue + log) | 18 CDs | Full Scans | 3.17 GB
Genre: Classical | Label: Sony | Catalog Number: 88843014702

Sony Classcial celebrates the art of Sviatoslav Richter (1995-1997) – one of the 20th century’s greatest pianists – with the first-ever release of his complete Columbia Masterworks and RCA Victor live and studio recordings in an 18 CD original jacket edition, underneath Richter’s legendary five October 1960 Carnegie Hall recitals.

Sviatoslav Richter - Concerto Edition (2011)  Music

Posted by peotuvave at Feb. 4, 2013
Sviatoslav Richter - Concerto Edition (2011)

Sviatoslav Richter - Concerto Edition (2011)
EAC Rip | Flac (Image + cue + log) | 10 CDs | Full Scans | 2.24 GB
Genre: Classical | Label: Brilliant Classics | Catalog Number: 9199

A generous and adventurous collection of piano concertos played by the Russian Giant of the Keyboard, Sviatoslav Richter. Next to standard concert repertoire some novelties, like the Franck, Britten, Berg and Hindemith works. Famous conductors like Evgeny Svetlanov, Kyril Kondrashin and the recently deceased Rudolf Barshai (his favourite conductor).

Sviatoslav Richter: Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Bach piano concertos  Music

Posted by sankarihauta at Sept. 26, 2010
Sviatoslav Richter: Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Bach piano concertos

Sviatoslav Richter: Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev, Bach piano concertos
Classical | 1 CD | Unknown rip | 174 MB | FLAC+CUE, no LOG, no scans | TT: 71:57 | RapidShare
Recorded: 1954, Prague | Released: 2010 | Label: Supraphon SU 4014-2
Sviatoslav Richter (piano); Valclav Talich, Karel Ancerl (conductors)

This is a recording from Richter's early period (relatively). Although there are many other verisons of the Tchaikovsky and Bach concertos, these are rather difficult ones to obtain.
Sviatoslav Richter in the 1950s Vol. IV · Prokofiev·Shostakovich·Scriabin·Beethoven·Bartok [2 CDs]

Sviatoslav Richter in the 1950s Vol. IV · Prokofiev·Shostakovich·Scriabin·Beethoven·Bartok
EAC rip | Flac, IMG+CUE, Log | MB | Full 300 dpi scans | WinRar 5% Rec.Rec.
Label: Parnassus # PACD96-013/14 | Rel. 2001| Rec.: 1955,1956,1954 & 1956·Live | Hermann Abendroth

From the notes: "This volume includes two major Piano Sonatas by Sergei Prokofiev, a composer Richter knew well. Richter's only performance as conductor was in music of Prokofiev, the premiere of his Sinfonia
concertante for cello and orchestra. And although, as with all composers, Richter played only the music of Prokofiev he felt closest to, there was a great deal of this music, including the First and Fifth Piano Concertos and the Second, Fourth and Sixth through Ninth Piano Sonatas. Prokofiev gave the first perfromane of the Sixth Sonata on a radio broadcast, but Richter gave the public premiere of this Sonata, and also of the Ninth, which was dedicated to him."
Karel Ancerl - Gold Edition: Volume X : Sergei Prokofiev - Piano Concertos Nos. 1&2, Classical Symphony

Karel Ancerl - Gold Edition: Volume X : Sergei Prokofiev - Piano Concertos Nos. 1&2, Classical Symphony
Classical | Ape lossless | Easy CD-DA Extractor | covers | booklet | No log | No cue | 220Mb + 12Mb
Prague Symphony Orchestra, Czech Philharmony - Karel Ancerl: conductor
Sviatoslav Richter, Dagmar Baloghova: piano
Recording: 1956,53 | Release: 2002 | Label: Supraphon

Czech: Ančerl Gold Edition 10, Prokofjev, Symfonie č. 1 D dur, Koncerty pro klavír a orchestr č. 1 a 2
Sviatoslav Richter, Symfonický orchestr hlavního města Prahy FOK | Dagmar Baloghová, Česká Filharmonie | Karel Ančerl
Sviatoslav Richter in the 1950s Vol. III · Liszt·Beethoven·Ravel·Rachmaninov·Prokofiev [Re-up]

Sviatoslav Richter in the 1950s Vol. III · Liszt·Beethoven·Ravel·Rachmaninov·Prokofiev
EAC rip | Flac, IMG+CUE, Log | 539 MB | Full 300 dpi scans | WinRar 5% Rec.Rec.
Label: Parnassus # PACD96-006/7 | Rel. 1998| Rec.: 1954 & 1958·Live Recording

From the notes: "Nearly all of the recital from April 1958 represents new discoveries of major importance. Only one of the Liszt pieces _Aux cypres de la Villa d'este_ exists in another Richter recording (Russia Revelation RV10011, a phenomenal all-Liszt recital also dating from 1958) Richter has long been known as one of the great Liszt players…. his two Concertos and his live performances of the Sonata [New York 1965] were amongst the greatest versions of that monumental work played by any pianist"
Sviatoslav Richter In Recital · Haydn · Debussy · Prokofiev [Live · Paris · 1961] [Re-up]

Sviatoslav Richter In Recital · Haydn · Debussy · Prokofiev [Live · Paris · 1961]
EAC rip | Flac, IMG+CUE, Log | 318 MB | Full 300 dpi scans | WinRar 5% Rec.Rec.
Label: Vanguard Classics # OVC-8076 | Rel. 1994| Rec.: Palais de Chaillot, October 1961 · Live Recording

From the notes: "From his public appearances, he made his mark as a passionately probing musician with a miraculous touch who communicated an unequaled intensity to his listeners. He often presented ignored or forgotten works; he undertook a "Scriabin revival," championed the more neglected works of Schumann, and disclosed unsuspected depths in Schubert, early Beethoven, and Haydn Sonatas. An especially dedicated of Prokofiev, he gave the first concert performance of the Piano Sonata No. 7, and Prokofiev dedicated his Sonata No. 9 to Richter. A Richter recital, whether of familiar or neglected works, always left the listener with a transformed and deepend view of the works heard" Notes by S.W. Bennett