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Comment will update if new media is found. Some big ones are nocturne Op. The last one is heart-wrenching sad sounding but so beautiful. What was he thinking?!! It’s everything beyond genius.
It destroys my soul and heart and makes me indistinctly bury my face in my hands! Yeah, I’ve always loved the ending. It gives a nice resolution ending with a Picardy third to such a sad piece.
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Valentina is rradio of my favorite pianists, so I may be a little biased, but I love the way she plays it. Szpilman played this piece for the Polish Radio, just an hour before the German’s bombed them and he was forced to stop playing. It was the last live musical broadcast until the war ended years later.
Szpilman also lost his family and hid from the German’s in terrible conditions in that time, so this piece probably means a lot to him. I heard that he did aactually play the piano for an officer irl but not chopin’s piece some other one, do you have any idea? I’m pretty sure It’s the Ballade No. Speaking of Ballade No.
Here is my favorite recording. At least I do, whenever i find some gem i be careful not to over listen, in classical music and else. I’ll save the one you linked till later! A piano was on the ground floor. Szpilman played Shewt Nocturne in C-sharp minor. After that, the officer showed Szpilman a better place to hide and brought him bread and jam on numerous occasions.
He also offered Szpilman one of his coats to keep warm in the freezing temperatures. Tokyo Encore – Keith Jarett. Tchaikovsky, 12 Morceaux, Op. Raio just found this playlist of piano roll transcriptions of his performances.
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Great for seeing how he played it, even if some subtlety gets lost in the process. If you are at all interested in jazz, you need eluvlum listen to Keith Jarrett’s Koln Concert.
I agree with many of the entries here, but lots of the standards seem to be missing. Schumann and Brahms should be on that list too, but I have to admit that I don’t have as much knowledge of their work as I should.
Most sheeet the great classical composers have sets of Preludes, Nocturnes, Etudes and more. Many of these composers have sets with funnier names Chopin has mazurkas, waltzes, nocturnes, polonaises, impromptus, ballades, and scherzos; Liszt has Hungarian Rhapsodies. This was the case for many Romantic-era composers or later. Mozart and Beethoven have exactly 50 piano sonatas between them, which only scratches the surface of the solo piano work they did.
Bach wrote a bunch of keyboard suites originally performed on harpsichord before the piano was invented. For recordings of all of this stuff, look into Glenn Gould and Claudio Arrau. There’s dozens of great piano interpreters but you will find awesome material from these two.
Some jazz pianists preferred to go solo, some in groups. Keith Jarrett has recorded dozens of improvisational solo albums sheer with The Eluviu, Concert. Bill Evans is my favorite jazz dude, but the rzdio of his work is with trios.
But he did some great solo albums Check out Alone, Alone Again, The Solo Sessions volumes 1 and 2; Conversations With Myself is a little bit different in that he recorded his playing multiple times and layered it together. In fact, he was in at least one trio group of people who evidently struggled to keep up with him.
Here ‘s one of their recordings. Might get downvoted for posting this in this sub, but if you aren’t looking for classical music, try yiruma. Yep, you got downvoted.
As did everyone else mentioning contemporary pianists. Even though there’s absolutely nothing wrong with listening to, enjoying, or playing their music.
Try looking at some pieces by Ryuichi Sakamoto. He is my favourite pianist and is just a true genius. I can name some more if you need! Name as many as you want! I’ll be listening to every last song suggested in this thread, whether it ends with you and I or every redditor comments with a different song. Othello is a personal favourite. Went to see him do solo piano live, it was incredible, somewhere between concert pianist and stand up comedian, with a bit of rap and audience participation thrown in.
One of the best gigs I’ve ever gone to. This list has a bunch of Brahms’ piano work.
You should check out Dax Johnson. Some of the most heartfelt piano music I’ve ever heard. This song is really great too. In no particular order: Chopin – Nocturne Hans Zimmer – Time Inception soundtrack.
Rachmaninov – Elegie Op3 No1. Ludovico Einaudi – PrimaveraNuvole Bianche. Keith Jarrett – Selections 2dalso Selections 3 from his Tokyo Solo, which happens to be one of my favourite piano pieces of all time, unfortunately I can’t find it on YouTube anymore.
I’m also getting quite fond of virtuosic playing, parts of it are simply mind-bending. Tigran Hamasyan – What the Waves Bought if you ignore the beat boxing it’s actually quite good. Trois Novelettes – No. Pathetique – 2nd movement by Beethoven. Clair de Lune by Debussy. Pavane pour un infante defunte Pavane for a Dead Princess by Ravel. Largo from Xerxes by Handel arranged here for piano. Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring by Bach arranged here for piano.
Prelude in C Major by Bach. Intermezzo in A, Op. Nocturne in E flat by Chopin. Of Foreign Lands and People by Schumann. Alla Turca “Turkish March” by Mozart. Minuet by Boccherini arranged here for piano.
Pictures at an Exhibition by Mussorgsky I like the 1st movement, Promenade. It practically advertises against it self because you can’t google search melodies like you can lyrics.
Elijah BossenbroekLudovico Einaudi one of my favourites! If you have the free time listen to Liszt’s sonata in B minor it lasts from minutes! It takes a few listens to get to know it and like it, but once you know it you’ll be in love with it!
I could name countless pieces depending on the mood.