Wilhelm Kempff, Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester Leipzig, Hans Weisbach, Berliner Philharmoniker, Peter Raabe - Wilhelm Kempf: Rare Recordings (1936-1945) FLAC album
Wilhelm Kempff (1895-1991), piano. Peter Raabe (1872-1945), conductor. Berliner Philharmoniker. Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Kempf, Wilhelm, Raabe Peter.
Kempff: Rare Recordings (1936-1945) Wilhelm Kempff. Allegro vivace assai. By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Wilhelm Kempff, Hans Weisbach & Leipzig Grosses Radio Orchestra. 5. Piano Concerto No. 5 in E-Flat Major, Op. 73, "Emperor": I. Allegro. By Ludwig van Beethoven - Wilhelm Kempff, Peter Raabe & Berlin Philharmonic. 6. 73, "Emperor": II. Adagio un poco mosso. By Ludwig van Beethoven - Berlin Philharmonic, Wilhelm Kempff & Peter Raabe.
Piano, Primary Artist. Technical Reconstruction.
Album Title: WILHELM KEMPFF RARE RECORDINGS 1936-1945 Reference Recording: None. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART - Concerto for Piano No. 21 in C major K 467 LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN - Concerto for Piano No. 5 in E-flat major Op. 73 "Emperor" . Wilhelm Kempff (piano). Raabe, Peter (conductor). Weisbach, Hans (conductor). Leipzig Symphony Orchestra. Music & Arts - 1071.
Wilhelm Kempff, piano Großes Leipziger Symphony Orchestra/Hans Weisbach Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra/Peter Raabe Music & Arts CD-1071 AAD monaural 2 CDs: 67:19, 66:38. Kempff was a pianist gifted with a towering (yet humane) artistic stature, and it is a surprise that there are relatively few CDs on the market right now that are devoted exclusively to his pianism. The Leipzig orchestra is functional rather than distinguished, but Kempff sounds at peace with the music, and as a result, so are we. The "Emperor" was recorded in 1936 for Deutsche Grammophon. This too is a "live" performance, as the applause at the end indicates. This is an "Emperor" with punch, although it is the Berlin Philharmonic that strikes the more aggressive note.
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Wilhelm Walter Friedrich Kempff (25 November 1895 – 23 May 1991) was a German pianist and composer. Although his repertoire included Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Schumann, Liszt and Brahms, Kempff was particularly well known for his interpretations of the music of Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert, recording the complete sonatas of both composers. He is considered to have been one of the chief exponents of the Germanic tradition during the 20th century and one of the greatest pianists of all time.