|Title:||Demidenko Plays Bach-Busoni|
|Style:||Neo-Classical, Neo-Romantic, Modern|
|Other format:||MMF XM TTA ADX MIDI RA AAC|
|Toccata And Fugue In D Minor, BWV565|
|Chorale Prelude In F Minor "Ich Ruf' Zu Dir, Herr Jesu Christ", BWV639||4:14|
|Capriccio In B Flat Major "On The Departure Of A Beloved Brother", BWV992|
|Aria Di Postiglione||0:54|
|Chorale Prelude In G Minor "Num Komm Der Heiden Heliand", BWV659||6:41|
|Organ Prelude And Fugue In E Flat Major, BWV552 ("St Anne")|
|Chorale Prelude In G Major "Nun Freut Euch, Lieben Christen Gmein", BWV734||2:31|
|Toccata, Prelude And Fugue In C Major, BWV564|
|CDA66566||Bach* - Busoni* - Nikolai Demidenko||Bach* - Busoni* - Nikolai Demidenko - Demidenko Plays Bach-Busoni (CD, Album)||Hyperion||CDA66566||UK||1992|
|CDA66566||Bach* - Busoni* - Nikolai Demidenko||Bach* - Busoni* - Nikolai Demidenko - Demidenko Plays Bach-Busoni (CD, Album, RE)||Hyperion||CDA66566||UK||Unknown|
Nikolai Demidenko (Piano) - Toccatas, transcriptions (2) for piano in D minor & C major (BWV 564/565; BBGA 7/3), KiV B29~Toccata 2:47. Nikolai Demidenko (Piano) - Toccatas, transcriptions (2) for piano in D minor & C major (BWV 564/565; BBGA 7/3), KiV B29~Fugue 7:09. Read full description. See details and exclusions. SKA for Life - 3cd Album.
Demidenko Plays Bach-Busoni. Main Performer or Conductor: Nikolai Demidenko. Instrumentation: Piano. Demidenko is among the younger generation of Moscow Conservatory piano virtuosos & quite passionate. Demidenko's mastery of tone color affords a spectacular palette of timbres particularly memorable in his D minor Toccata & Fugue (BWV 565), a hair-raising performance that puts many organ versions to shame. To me, Fergus-Thompson's hyphenated Bach recital ("Chaconne," ASV Dig. 991) sounds like High Elevator Music in comparison! "Capriccio on the departure of a beloved brother" (BWV 992) is included. I have only heard it elsewhere on a Rosalyn Tureck disc
Nikolai Demidenko (born 1 July 1955, Aniskino) is a Russian-born classical pianist. Demidenko studied at the Gnessin State Musical College with Anna Kantor and at the Moscow Conservatoire under Dmitri Bashkirov. He was a finalist at the 1976 Montreal International Piano Competition and the 1978 Tchaikovsky International Competition. He taught at the Yehudi Menuhin School in the UK, where he has been a resident since 1990.
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Demidenko plays Bach-Busoni. GB. hyperion (UK classical). Release group information. Artist: Bach, Busoni; Nikolai Demidenko.