Concerto for Keyboard in D major, H 18 no 11by Franz Joseph Haydn Performer:
Leif Ove Andsnes (Piano)
Leif O. Andsnes
Period: Classical Written: by 1784; Eszterhazá, Hungary Venue: Lommendalen Church, Oslo, Norway Length: 18 Minutes 19 Secs.
Concerto for Piano in A minor, Op. 16by Edvard Grieg Performer:
Leif Ove Andsnes (Piano)
Period: Romantic Written: 1868/1907; Norway Venue: Philharmonie, Berlin Length: 28 Minutes 55 Secs.
Humoreske-Bagateller, Op.11: No. 3, En lille langsom vals
Humoreske-Bagateller, Op.11: No. 4, Sprćllemanden
Humoreske-Bagateller, Op.11: No. 5, Dukkemarch
Humoreske-Bagateller, Op.11: No. 6, Spillevćrket
Friar fřter (A-wooing) No. 3
Langeleik-lĺt (Langeleik tune), Op.150 No. 27
Dan lĺngje lĺngje vettranĺttć (The long, long winter night), Op.150 No. 37
Liebestraum No. 3 in A flat major
10 Histoires: Le petite âne blanc (The Little Donkey)
Clair de Lune (from Suite Bergamasque)
Pictures at an Exhibition: Promenade
Pictures at an Exhibition: The Market Place in Limoges/Limoges - Le Marché
Pictures at an Exhibition: The Catacombs (Catacombae Sepulchrum romanum) - cum mortuis in lingua mortua
Pictures at an Exhibition: The Hut on Fowl's Legs (Baba Yaga)/La Cabane sur des pattes de poule
Pictures at an Exhibition: The Great Gate of Kiev/La grande porte de Kiev
Concerto for Piano, Trumpet & Strings in C Minor, Op.35: IV. Allegro brio
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Replete Leif Ove AndnesNovember 25, 2012By James Kendall (Kentfield, CA)See All My Reviews"Herein Leif thunders upon the piano, as Apollo might strum a kithara. The Best Of in the title connoteth not a dime-store assemblage; this is a tour-de-force. Andnes' performance is as sonorous as is his name, when properly-pronounced [Layf Oh-vah Ahnds-ness]. His Rachmaninov is balanced, pre-Hollywood Rachmaninov. With his countryman, Grieg's Wedding Day at Troldhaugen [trolls-mound]; if you attend with some imagination, you can perceive the sounds of bucolic trolls, at a polite distance, celebrating the nuptials! His Haydn reflects the master's wit, with reserve. The Shostakovich is rendered concisely; and nicely spiced by the inspiring, virtuous dexterity of Hakan Hardenberger on the trumpet. To those already enthralled by Leif Ove Andsnes, it is to rejoice; if one is not yet so, these 2-discs are a good entry for an adventurous stroll in a new and effulgent woods."Report Abuse
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