Discography and records

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Records

Rachmaninov

Concerto No.2 for Piano and Orchestra - 29'10"

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Live in Japan, October 1996.
St-Petersburg Orchestra "Classic"
Alexander Kantorov, conductor.

Grieg

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra - 30'55"

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Concert in Great Hall of Moscow State Conservatory
05 of February 2000
Svelanov-Moscow State Academy Orchestra, Vladimir Verbitsky, conductor.

Schubert-Liszt

"The Wanderer" for Piano and Orchestra - 20'48"

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Concert in University of Miami 22 of March 99
Miami Chamber Symphony Orchestra
Dr. Burton Dines

Mozart

Concerto No.24 - 30'93"

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  1. Allegro — 14'50"
  2. Larghetto — 7'13"
  3. [Allegretto] — 9'30"

Recorded in Great Hall of St. Petersburg Philharmonic Society
March of 1993 (Sony Classics).
Orchestra "St. Petersburg Kamerata"
Saulius Sondeckis, conductor.

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Rachmaninov, Prokofiev

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Rachmaninov

Preludes

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  1. cis-moll,op.3 No.2 — 4.16"
  2. fis-moll,op.23 No.1 — 3.05"
  3. B-dur,op.23 No.2 — 3.49"
  4. d-moll,op.23 No.3 — 3.24"
  5. D-dur,op.23 No.4 — 5.03"
  6. g-moll,op.23 No.5 — 4.00"
  7. Es-dur,op.23 No.6 — 3.10"
  8. G-dur,op.32 No.5 — 3.21"
  9. gis-moll,op.32 No.12 — 2.33"
  10. c-moll,op.23 No.7 — 2.35"

Prokofiev

Sonata No.8, op.84 — 28'60"

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  1. Andante dolce — 14'02"
  2. Andante sognando — 4'35"
  3. Vivace — 10'23"
«Наваждение» op.4, No.4 — 2.42"

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Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975)

Twenty-four Preludes, Opus 34

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  1. in C Major
  2. in A minor
  3. in G Major
  4. in E minor
  5. in D Major
  6. in B minor
  7. in A Major
  8. in F# minor
  9. in E Major
  10. in C# minor
  11. in B Major
  12. in G# Minor
  13. in F# Major
  14. in Eb minor
  15. in Db Major
  16. in Bb minor
  17. in Ab Major
  18. in F minor
  19. in Eb Major
  20. in C minor
  21. in Bb Major
  22. in G minor
  23. in F Major
  24. in D minor

Piano Sonata No. 2, Opus 61

  • Allegretto
  • Largo
  • Finale

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(P) 2005 Polina Osetinskaya


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