Morceaux de Salon, Op. 10: IV. Melodie In e Minor. 12. Morceaux de Salon, Op. 10: V. Humoresque In G Major. Chopin: Nocturnes, Vol. 1. 1999. Brahms: Waltzes, Op. 39 & Hungarian Dances, WoO 1. 1994. See All. Brahms, Mozart, Rachmaninoff, New York Debut Recital.
dil Biret (born 21 November 1941 in Ankara, Turkey) is a Turkish concert pianist, renowned for her interpretations of the Romantic repertoire. Biret began her lessons at the age of five with Mithat Fenmen, who had studied under Nadia Boulanger and Alfred Cortot. When she was seven, the Turkish parliament enacted a special law which enabled her to study abroad, studying at the Paris Conservatory in France under the tutelage of Nadia Boulanger.
Morceaux de salon, Op. 10. 8. I. Nocturne in A minor. Solo: Idil Biret piano. No. 1 in F sharp minor.
10 Preludes, Op. 23: No. 1 in F sharp minor: Largo. In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart. Idil Biret started out in life as a celebrated child prodigy. Her fame as an adult has never quite equalled what she experienced as a child. But in my opinion the quality of her playing has in fact fully realized the early promise and it is a shame that she is not generally recognized as what she truly is: one of the world's greatest living musicians. The pedalling in some of these pieces highlites the phrasing and is done in good taste, producing nuances of tone which are simply beautiful. Its true the sound ia a little clangy, but who cares when you hear playing of this caliber. Devastatingly beautiful piano playing.
Rachmaninoff-Album Leipzig: Bosworth & C. 1896. Plate B. & Co. 62. 871, 1188. Includes color covers. The second part of this album can be found at 7 Morceaux de salon, O. 0.
Rachmaninoff initially wrote nine pieces for Op. 33 but published only six in 1914. Complete Études-Tableaux by Michael Ponti, İdil Biret (1997), Rustem Hayroudinoff (2007), Nikolai Lugansky (1992) and Vladimir Ashkenazy. There is a popular recording that includes the originally excised numbers of Op. 33, by Vladimir Ovchinnikov on the EMI Classics label. Six moments musicaux, Op. 16.