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The Enchanted Nymph (published without opus number in 1928), subtitled ‘A Poem for Piano’, is Levitzki’s attempt at a larger-scale piano piece and i. .
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Mischa Levitzki (1898–1941). Arabesque valsante, Op. 6. Sheet Music. Mischa Levitzki (piano).
Mischa Levitzki (also seen as Levitski; May 25, 1898 – January 2, 1941) was a Russian-born U. based concert pianist. Levitzki was born in Kremenchuk, Ukraine (then part of the Russian Empire), to Jewish parents who were naturalised American citizens on a return trip to Ukraine. He was playing the violin at the age of three, but soon developed an interest in the piano, which he studied in Warsaw with Aleksander Michałowski before making his debut in Antwerp in 1906.
Pianist-composer Mischa Levitzki's Op. 6, "Arabesque valsante" for solo piano. Levitzki, Mischa, Arabesque-Valsante, Op. Uploaded by William Goodwin. Pianist-composer Mischa Levitzki's Op.
Valse in A Major, Op. 2. By Mischa Levitzki. 3. Gavotte, Op. 4. 5. The Enchanted Nymph. Valse tzigane, Op. 7. Dance of the Doll, Op. 8.
The handful of works left by Mischa Levitzki (1898–1941) are charming miniatures; those by Ossip Gabrilowitsch (1878–1936) are slightly more ambitious; and the compositions of Ignaz Friedman (1882–1948) – both original pieces and transcriptions – point to a substantial body of music that has yet to be fully explored. The most famou. s the Valse in A major, Op 2, a Kreisleresque miniature of enormous char. he remainder of Glebov’s disc has four slightly more ambitious pieces by Ossip Gabrilowitsc. hese are followed by a selection of transcriptions and original works by the great Ignaz Friedma. hese original works alone are worth the price of the disc in convincing and powerful performances. Altogether an imaginative and rewarding disc that comes with an excellent booklet by Maxwell Brown. -Gramophone, October 2016.
Valse de concert, Op. 1 Mischa Levitzki; Margarita Glebov. Waltz in A Major, Op. 2 Mischa Levitzki; Margarita Glebov. 3 Mischa Levitzki; Margarita Glebov. 6 Mischa Levitzki; Margarita Glebov. The Enchanted Nymph Mischa Levitzki; Margarita Glebov. 7 Mischa Levitzki; Margarita Glebov. No. Feuillet d'Album Ossip Gabrilovich; Margarita Glebov. 1. Mischa Levitzki. Valse, Op. 3 Feuillet d'Album.
Levitzki: Waltz in A major, Op. 2 'Valse amour'. The handful of works left by Mischa Levitzi (1898–1941) are charming miniatures, most of them waltzes. The pieces by Ossip Gabrilowitsch (1878–1936) – the son-in-law of Mark Twain – are rather more ambitious but remain modest in scope. The works of Ignaz Friedman (1882–1948) – both original compositions and transcriptions – point to a substantial body of music that has yet to be fully explored. Margarita Glebov – a member of the piano faculty at the International School of Music in Bethesda, Maryland – began her studies at the age of five in St Petersburg
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- Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc. – 2008
Performer: Mischa Levitzki
Title: Valse In A Major / Arabesque Valsante
Size MP3: 1323 mb
Size FLAC: 1899 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
Other Formats: MIDI ADX AU VQF VOC RA MP2