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H. and K.U. Schnabel enjoyed an enviable reputation across Europe and the United States as the 4-hand duo playing as one. Their repertoire spanned a wide range of original music written for piano duet. The first of two 2-CD sets features: Bizet, five pieces from Jeux d’Enfants; Debussy, three pieces from Six Epigraphes Antiques; Schubert, a selection from Herold’s "Marie" Variations, and the Fantasy, Op. 103; Mozart: Sonata K. 381, the Concerto K. 365, and the Sonata for two pianos K. 448.
$25.00
H. and K.U. Schnabel enjoyed an enviable reputation across Europe and the United States as the 4-hand duo playing as one. Their repertoire spanned a wide range of original music written for piano duet. The second of two 2-CD sets features: Mozart, Concerto in F Major for Three Pianos, K. 242; Brahms, 8 Hungarian Dances; Schubert, 4 Polonaises, Sonata in B-flat Major, Op. 30; Mendelssohn, Allegro Brillant, Op. 92, and Andante tranquillo con variazioni, Op. 83a; Weber, Five Pieces from Op. 10 and Op. 60.
$25.00
One Piano, Four Hands  THCD-19 One Piano, Four Hands
Karl Ulrich Schnabel
Helen Schnabel, piano
The Schnabel fourhand duo performed with great success all across America and Europe. They were known to truly play as one. On this 2-CD set a selection of their eclectic repertoire is presented encompassing such diverse composers as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antonin Dvorak, Carl Maria von Weber, Franz Schubert, Georges Bizet, Felix Mendelssohn, and Johannes Brahms.
$25.00
Helen Schnabel Plays Artur Schnabel  THCD-65 Helen Schnabel Plays Artur Schnabel  Schnabel
Helen Schnabel, piano
Charles F. Adler, conductor
Vienna Orchestra
Erika Francoulon, soprano
The first in a distinguished series of recordings from the Schnabel Music Foundation, this disc features compositions by Artur Schnabel from several periods of his life played by Artur Schnabel's student and daughterin-law Helen Schnabel. Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1901) with C.F. Adler and Vienna Orchestra, Seven Piano Pieces (1948), Reverie (1898), 10 Songs (1899-1903) with Erika Francoulon, soprano.
$16.00
Helen Schnabel Plays Beethoven, Weber, and Malipiero  THCD-66 Helen Schnabel Plays Beethoven, Weber, and Malipiero
Helen Schnabel, piano
Charles F. Adler, conductor
Vienna Orchestra
Helen Schnabel sought out gems of the piano literature for her recordings that had largely been neglected. Here she plays the original transcription by Beethoven of his famous violin concerto (with C.F. Adler and Vienna Orchestra), plus two little known works for solo piano. Ludwig van Beethoven: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, No. 6, Op. 61. Carl Maria von Weber: Sonata No. 4 in e minor, Op. 70, G. Francesco Malipiero: Poemi Asolani (Poems of Asolo).
$16.00

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