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9 thoughts on “ VI. Allegro - Dvořák* - Radoslav Kvapil - Piano Works (3) (CD)

  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Dvorak: Piano Concerto; Humoresques - Radoslav Kvapil on AllMusic -
  2. 19, well-selected, authorized and free MIDI files of classical music, with the largest MIDI/ZIP collections on the web.
  3. Radoslav Kvapil - piano In comparison with his symphonies and chamber works, Dvořák's piano oeuvre has been paid relatively scant attention. The composer himself was not a virtuoso and by means of the piano he frequently gauged the bearing capacity of his musical ideas, instrumenting a number of his originally piano compositions shortly after.
  4. Antonín Dvořák, Piano Trio No. 3 in f-minor, Op. 65, Many regard Dvořák's Piano Trio No. 3 in f-minor as a milestone. It is uncharacteristically serious, stormy and fraught with tragic conflict, unusual for a man generally regarded as sanguine, uncomplicated and most un-neurotic.
  5. Schumann: Piano Works. Sviatoslav Richter Catalog Number: ALC Number of Discs: 1 Released: March 8,
  6. I had to keep on re-playing it to appreciate it, especially for Radoslav Kvapil's revealing playing. Tr.7 is a familiar tune, here called Humoresque,OpPoco lento e grazioso. I bought this set new through Amazon from RareWaves for $24(this includes the $3 shipping price) -at $6 a CD, that's a bargain.
  7. This item: Dvorak: Piano Works (4) by Radoslav Kvapil Audio CD $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Record Plant. Chamber Works 2 by Dvorak Audio CD $ Only 3 left in stock - order soon. TrAllegro from same Suite. TrLullaby, op. posth/5(3).
  8. The piano trios, quartets and the quintet all have effective piano parts, and are well laid out for the pianist. So why has the solo piano music been so neglected? These works span his entire creative life, from the simple little Polka in E of , to the Theme and Variations, Suite in .
  9. Jun 11,  · Radoslav Kvapil (born March 15, in Brno, Czech Republic). As well as being a published authority on Czech piano music from all eras, Radoslav Kvapil is also a sensitive and skilled pianist, most comfortable and always at his best in the music of his homeland.

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