A generous selection of music for solo piano by Kabalevsky.
Kabalevsky: Cello Concerto No. 2 -- Novelette. Prokofiev: Cello Sonata -- Waltz -- March -- Adagio. With pianists Alexei Grynyuk and Petr Limonov. Andrew Litton conducts the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra.
Bach originally composed these preludes and fugues for organ. Kabalevsky arranged them for solo piano in 1930. Of advanced difficulty.
Bach originally composed this work for organ. Kabalevsky made this transcription for solo piano in 1930. Of advanced difficulty.
Thomas and pianist Beatrice Berrut perform music by Russian composers of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Music by three 20th century Russian composers. With John Blacklow, piano.
Pizarro also performs Kabalevsky's Four Preludes. Re-release.
A collection of various short piano pieces by Kabalevsky.
Completed and revised by Mstislav Rostropovich and Dmitri Kabalevsky.
Music by Bach, Prokofiev, Kabalevsky, Gershwin, and more.
Two pieces for violin and piano by Kabalevsky. The improvisation is an excerpt from Kabalevsky's score for the film La Nuit de Saint-Pétersbourg.
This disc includes transcriptions for piano by Goedicke, Kabalevsky, Catoire and Siloti.
Walton performs cello sonatas by Prokofiev, Kabalevsky and Miaskovsky. With pianist Daniel Grimwood.
Classic recordings feature Flier (1912-1977) performing music by Chopin, Kabalevsky and Rachmaninov.
The Sofia Symphony Orchestra performs famous music by Khachaturian, Tchaikovsky, Glinka, Prokofiev, Borodin, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Kabalevsky.
Music from the Soviet Union by Kabalevsky, Nikolayev, Karamanov, Tishchenko, Skorik, and Arapov. Various artists.
Dossin performs Kabalevsky's Four Preludes, Op. 5; 24 Preludes, Op. 38; and Six Preludes and Fugues, Op. 61.
Kabalevsky composed these little pieces to be played by children. This is a fine, clean edition of the music.
A two-piano version of Kabalevsky's well-known concerto, which he dedicated to the Soviet Youth. The work was composed in 1952.
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Composed between 1972 and 1974, These pieces were Kabalevsky's last compositions for piano, and his last music for students. With a biographical note, introdution to Kabalevsky's music, and practice & performance tips.
Contents: Duets by LEE, KABALEVSKY, BACH, MOZART, DURANTE, HAYDN, CORELLI, WELINSKY, PROKOVIEV, GALLIARD, HANDEL, COHN, CROFT, WEINSTEIN, HALLBERG.