HD-Vinyl Mono 24/96 (Odeon) Franz Liszt – Piano Concerti 1 & 2 (Trouard/Bigot)

Many thanks to Trottar for this rarity
(from French Wikipedia, translated with google)

He won his first piano prize in 1933 at the Conservatoire de Paris, and a second prize for conducting in 1937. His teachers were André Bloch, Joseph Morpain, Victor Staub, Emil von Sauer, Marcel Dupré and Paul Dukas. Philippe Gaubert and Bruno Walter. His classmates are Maurice Baquet, Henri Betti, Paul Bonneau, Leo Chauliac, Henri Dutilleux, Louiguy and Pierre Spiers. He perfected his musical studies with Yves Nat, Sergei Rachmaninov, Manuel Infante, Maurice Ravel. He gave his first piano recital in 1935. He won the first Grand Prix Louis Diémer in 1939. Then began for him a great international career that will take him around the world: in France of course, but everywhere in Europe, England, Germany , Austria, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Holland. He also plays in South America and North America (United States, Canada). He plays in recital, and with orchestra under the direction of the greatest conductors: Philippe Gaubert, Pierre Monteux, Eugene Bigot, André Cluytens, Pierre Dervaux, Richard Beck, Carl Schuricht … His repertoire is vast, from Bach to Dutilleux. He excels in Liszt, of which he holds not only the technique but also the spirit by filiation with Emil von Sauer.

Composer: Franz Liszt

Performer: Raymond Trouard

Orchestra: Association Artistique Des Concerts Colonne

Conductor: Eugene Bigot

Vinyl 1957
Number of discs: 1
Format: Flac
Label: Odeon
DR-Analysis: DR 13
Size: 417 MB
Scan: yes
Server: FF

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