|Title:||Concerto No. 1 En Mi Mineur, Op. 11|
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Conductor – Stanislaw Skrowaczewski. Orchestra – London New Symphony Orchestra. Photography By – Michel Laguens. Piano – Arthur Rubinstein. Gatefold cover with liner notes inside. Difference to release Concerto № 1 En Mi Mineur, Op. 11 with same cat- center label design. Matrix, Runout (on label, side A): LPL 4146 1Y.
Artur Rubinstein, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, The New Symphony Orchestra Chopin: Concerto No. 1 In E Minor, Op. 11 - Third Movement: Rondo. London Symphony Orchestra, John Barbirolli, Arthur Rubinstein Piano Concerto N. In E minor, O. 1 : I. Allegro maestoso. Chopin Piano Concerto N. in e-moll, O. 1 - II. Romance. Larghetto (Arthur Rubinstein - piano: New Symphony Orchestra of London, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski). Artur Rubinstein, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, The New Symphony Orchestra Chopin: Concerto No. 11 - First Movement: Allegro Maestoso. Arthur Rubinstein Piano Concerto No. 11: II. Larghetto.
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New Symphony Orchestra of London, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Arthur Rubinstein Piano Concerto No. 11 II. Frederic Chopin Concerto No 1 in E Minor Op 11 III. Rondo - Vivace.
11, CT. 47 Composed by Fryderyk Chopin Performed by New Symphony Orchestra of London with Artur Rubinstein Conducted by Stanislaw Skrowaczewski. 2 in F minor, Op. 21, CT. 48 Composed by Fryderyk Chopin Performed by Symphony of the Air with Artur Rubinstein Conducted by Alfred Wallenstein. This version of Chopin's first Concerto is particularly successfu, partly thanks to the sensitive accompaniment of the New London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stanislaw Skrowaczewski. Tempos are well-judged, phrasing is supple and natural, virtuosity is there, but not for its own sake. The sound on the original LP and the first CD issue was plagued by dropouts at the beginning of the Concerto–these have been smoothed over remarkably. Balance between orchestra and piano has also been improved.