Martha Argerich Edition: Solo & Duo Piano

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Martha Argerich was born on 5th June 1941 in Buenos Aires. Her interest in the piano showed itself when she was three. Vincenzo Scaramuzza, her teacher, impressed on her the importance of feeling and the singing lyrical line – a facet of her playing which remains immediately recognisable. At the age of eight she made her debut concert playing Beethoven’s first concerto and the following year she gave Mozart’s Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466 and Bach’s French Suite in G, BWV 816.

In 1955 her family moved to Europe so that Martha could study with Friedrich Gulda in Austria; in this she was supported by the Argentine government who gave her parents diplomatic posts in their Embassy in Vienna. She won both the Geneva Music and Ferruccio Busoni International Competitions in 1957, but it was her winning the seventh Chopin Piano competition in Warsaw that confirmed her as a major talent at the age of 24.

Her formidable technique has often been compared to that of Horowitz. She is reputed to have learnt Ravel’s Gaspard de la nuit in three days having been told it was extremely difficult. Her solo career lasted for a quarter of a century during which her talent for interpreting the romantic classics, notably Chopin and Liszt, were matched by her brilliance in the 20th century masters Ravel, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev and Messiaen. Her decision to limit her performances to chamber music and concerto was taken, as she admitted in interviews, to her feeling of loneliness on stage alone. This has been her career path for the last 30 years and she retains the aura of one of the most brilliant of all pianists of modern generations.

She has been particularly generous in supporting the next generation of artists.

She appears regularly as a jury member at important competitions and her friends and protégées captivate audiences with exquisite performances of chamber music at her festival at Lugano. Now at the age of 70 we can salute her as the phenomenon she undoubtedly is and wish her continued success in all aspects of her life.

Piano Sonata No. 3 In B Minor, Op. 58

Composed By – Frédéric ChopinPiano – Martha Argerich

 
1-1 I. Allegro Maestoso 8:45
1-2 II. Scherzo: Molto Vivace 2:36
1-3 III. Largo 8:33
1-4 IV. Finale: Presto, Non Tanto 4:41
1-5 Mazurka In A Minor Op. 59 No. 1

Composed By – Frédéric ChopinPiano – Martha Argerich

3:47
1-6 Mazurka In A Flat Op. 59 No. 2

Composed By – Frédéric ChopinPiano – Martha Argerich

2:49
1-7 Mazurka In F Sharp Minor Op. 59 No. 3

Composed By – Frédéric ChopinPiano – Martha Argerich

2:58
1-8 Nocturne In F Op. 15 No. 1

Composed By – Frédéric ChopinPiano – Martha Argerich

3:34
1-9 Scherzo No. 3 In C Sharp Minor Op. 39

Composed By – Frédéric ChopinPiano – Martha Argerich

7:01
1-10 Polonaise Héroïque In A Flat Op. 53

Composed By – Frédéric ChopinPiano – Martha Argerich

6:35
  Kinderszenen Op. 15

Composed By – Robert SchumannPiano – Martha Argerich

 
1-11 I. Von Fremden Ländern Und Menschen 1:43
1-12 II. Kuriose Geschichte 1:09
1-13 III. Hasche-Mann 0:26
1-14 IV. Bittendes Kind 0:56
1-15 V. Glückes Genug 0:58
1-16 VI. Wichtige Begebenheit 0:50
1-17 VII. Träumerei 2:40
1-18 VIII. Am Kamin 0:46
1-19 IX. Ritter Vom Steckenpferd 0:39
1-20 X. Fast Zu Ernst 1:56
1-21 XI. Fürchtenmachen 1:41
1-22 XII. Kind Im Einschlummern 2:05
1-23 XIII. Der Dichter Spricht 2:19
2-1 Andante And Variations Op. 46

Composed By – Robert SchumannPiano – Gabriela Montero, Martha Argerich

13:23
2-2 Andante And Variations In G K501

Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartPiano – Martha Argerich, Stephen Kovacevich*

7:19
  Piano Sonata In C K545

Arranged By [With A Freely Added Arrangement For A Second Piano By] – Edvard GriegComposed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartPiano – Martha Argerich, Piotr Anderszewski

 
2-3 I. Allegro 4:43
2-4 II. Andante 7:14
2-5 III. Rondo: Allegretto 2:14
2-6 Fantasie Für Eine Orgelwalze

Arranged By – Ferruccio BusoniComposed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartPiano – Lilya Zilberstein, Martha Argerich

10:03
  Réminiscences De Don Juan For Two Pianos S656

Composed By – Franz LisztPiano – Martha Argerich, Mauricio Vallina

 
2-7 I. Grave 2:43
2-8 II. Duetto: Andantino 2:55
2-9 III. Allegretto 6:11
2-10 IV. Presto 3:40
2-11 Concerto Pathétique In E Minor S258

Composed By – Franz LisztPiano – Martha Argerich, Nelson Freire

18:30
  A Midsummer Night’s Dream Op. 21 – Incidental Music

Composed By – Felix Mendelssohn*Piano – Cristina Marton, Martha Argerich

 
3-1 Overture 10:42
3-2 Scherzo 4:15
  Sonata In F Minor Op. 34b For Two Pianos (Transcription Of Piano Quintet Op. 34)

Composed By – Johannes BrahmsPiano – Lilya Zilberstein, Martha Argerich

 
3-3 I. Allegro Non Troppo 14:11
3-4 II. Andante, Un Poco Adagio 7:59
3-5 III. Scherzo: Allegro 6:57
3-6 IV. Finale: Poco Sostenuto – Allegro Non Troppo – Presto Non Troppo 10:10
  Variations On A Theme By Joseph Haydn Op. 56b For Two Pianos

Composed By – Johannes BrahmsPiano – Martha Argerich, Polina Leschenko

 
3-7 Chorale ‘St Anthony’: Andante 1:47
3-8 Variation I: Andante Con Moto 1:02
3-9 Variation II: Vivace 0:56
3-10 Variation III: Con Moto 1:47
3-11 Variation IV: Andante 1:50
3-12 Variation V: Poco Presto 0:47
3-13 Variation VI: Vivace 1:10
3-14 Variation VII: Grazioso 2:53
3-15 Variation VIII: Poco Presto 0:47
3-16 Finale: Andante 4:10
  Suite No. 1 Op. 5 For Two Pianos

Composed By – Sergei Rachmaninov*Piano – Lilya Zilberstein, Martha Argerich

 
4-1 I. Barcarolle 7:56
4-2 II. La Nuit…L’Amour 5:55
4-3 III. Les Larmes 6:14
4-4 IV. Pâques 3:24
  Suite No. 2 Op. 17 For Two Pianos

Composed By – Sergei Rachmaninov*Piano – Gabriela Montero, Martha Argerich

 
4-5 I. Introduction 3:44
4-6 II. Valse 5:31
4-7 III. Romance 6:58
4-8 IV. Tarantelle 5:53
  Six Morceaux Op. 11

Composed By – Sergei Rachmaninov*Piano – Lilya Zilberstein, Martha Argerich

 
4-9 I. Barcarolle 5:12
4-10 II. Scherzo 2:56
4-11 III. Thème Russe 4:12
4-12 IV. Valse 3:56
4-13 V. Romance 3:28
4-14 VI. Slava 4:35
  Symphony No. 1 In D Op. 25 ‘Classical’

Composed By – Sergei ProkofievPiano – Martha Argerich, Yefim BronfmanTranscription By – Rikuya Terashima

 
5-1 I. Allegro 4:11
5-2 II. Larghetto 3:55
5-3 III. Gavotte: Non Troppo Allegro 1:31
5-4 IV. Finale: Molto Vivace 4:13
  The Nutcracker Suite Op. 71a

Composed By – Pyotr Ilyich TchaikovskyPiano – Martha Argerich, Mirabela DinaTranscription By – Nicolas Economou

 
5-5 I. Ouverture Miniature 3:05
5-6 II. Danses Caractéristiques: a. Marche: Tempo Di Marcia Viva 2:22
5-7 b. Danse De La Fée Dragée: Andante Non Troppo 2:24
5-8 c. Danse Russe – Trépak: Tempo Di Trepak, Molto Vivace 1:05
5-9 d. Danse Arabe: Allegretto 3:16
5-10 e. Danse Chinoise: Allegro Moderato 0:59
5-11 f. Danse Des Mirlitons: Moderato Assai 2:12
5-12 III. Valse Des Fleurs 6:53
5-13 Concertino In A Minor Op. 94 For Two Pianos: Adagio – Allegretto – Adagio – Allegro – Adagio – Allegretto

Composed By – Dmitri ShostakovichPiano – Lilya Zilberstein, Martha Argerich

9:46
  Ma Mère L’Oye – Suite

Composed By – Maurice RavelPiano – Alexander Mogilevsky, Martha Argerich

 
5-14 I. Pavane De La Belle Au Bois Dormant: Lent 1:22
5-15 II. Petit Poucet: Très Modéré 2:46
5-16 III. Laideronnette, Impératrices Des Pagodes: Mouvement De Marche 2:47
5-17 IV. Les Entretiens De La Belle Et Da La Bête: Mouvement De Valse Modéré 4:28
5-18 V. Le Jardin Féerique: Lent Et Grave 2:57
5-19 Variations On A Theme By Paganini: Allegro Capriccioso – Meno Mosso – Poco Lento – Allegro Molto – Più Mosso – Ancora Più Mosso – Ancora Più Mosso

Composed By – Witold LutoslawskiPiano – Giorgia Tomassi, Martha Argerich

5:27
5-20 Variations On A Theme By Paganini

Composed By – Witold LutoslawskiPiano – Martha Argerich, Mauricio Vallina

5:35
  Visions De L’Amen

Composed By – Olivier MessiaenPiano – Alexander Rabinovitch, Martha Argerich

 
6-1 I. Amen De La Création 4:32
6-2 II. Amen Des Étoiles, De La Planète À L’Anneau 5:09
6-3 III. Amen De L’Agonie De Jésus 9:04
6-4 IV. Amen Du Désir 11:29
6-5 V. Amen Des Anges, Des Saints, Du Chant Des Oiseaux 7:48
6-6 VI. Amen Du Jugement 2:52
6-7 VII. Amen De La Consommation 6:26
  Tres Romances Argentinos Op. 2

Composed By – Carlos GuastavinoPiano – Martha Argerich, Mauricio Vallina

 
6-8 I. Las Niñas De Santa Fe 5:16
6-9 II. Muchacho Jujeño 5:10
6-10 III. Baile En Cuyo 7:45
  Three Tangos

Composed By – Astor PiazzollaPiano – Martha ArgerichTranscription By, Piano – Eduardo Hubert

 
6-11 Tres Minutos Con La Realidad 3:06
6-12 Oblivion 4:40
6-13 Libertango 3:0
 

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Artista

Martha Argerich (piano)

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Warner Classics

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6 CDS

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