Cembal d’amour Archive
Mordecai Shehori – The Celebrated New York Concerts, Vol. 10 = SCHUBERT: Impromptu in f, D, No. 1; CHOPIN: Piano Sonata No. 3 in b; Mazurka in c-sharp; PROKOFIEV: Romeo and Juliet: Dance of the Girls with Lillies, The Montagues and the Capulets, Suggestion Diabolique; SHEHORI: Lament – In Memory of 9/11/2001 Victims; GLUCK: Melodie from Orfeo – Mordecai Shehori, p. – Cembal d’amour
The tenth of the Shehori New York recitals gives us a composite of gorgeously-rendered works. Mordecai Shehori – The Celebrated New York Concerts, Vol. 10 = SCHUBERT: Impromptu in f, D. 935, No. 1; CHOPIN: Piano Sonata No. 3 in b, Op. 58; Mazurka in c-sharp, Op. 30, No. 4; PROKOFIEV: Romeo and Juliet, Op. […]
Shehori – The Celebrated New York Concerts, Vol. 9 = Works of BEETHOVEN, LISZT, SCHUBERT, TCHAIKOVSKY, CHOPIN & MOSZKOWSKI – Mordecai Shehori, p. – Cembal d’amour CD
A moment of New York musical history is preserved, in which Shehori pays homage to Vladimir Horowitz. Shehori – The Celebrated New York Concerts, Vol. 9 = BEETHOVEN: 15 Variations and Fugue in E-flat Major, Op. 35 “Eroica”; LISZT: Impromptu in F-sharp Major; Au Bord d’une Source in A-flat Major; Canzone “Nessun maggior dolore” (after […]
BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata No. 14, “Moonlight”; BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major – Mindru Katz, p./ Jerusalem Philharmonic Orch./ Mandi Rodan – Cembal d’amour
Masterful Beethoven and Brahms from Cembal d’mour’s keyboard giant, Mindru Katz.
BACH: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Bk. 2: Preludes and Fugues, 1-12 – Mordecai Shehori, p. – Cembal d’amour
Mordecai Shehori’s latest installment of Bach WTC Book II confirms his thoroughly “singing” approach to this most rigorous of keyboard studies.
BACH: The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I: Preludes & Fugues 13-24 – Mordecai Shehori, piano – Cembal d’amour
Mordecai Shehori continues his virtually priestly devotion to the vocal Bach style with his second installment from WTC, Book I.
BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata in C Major; BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 1 – Mindru Katz, piano/ Israel Philharmonic Orch./ Josef Krips – Cembal d’amour
Mindru Katz at his elegant and explosive best in the music of Beethoven and Brahms.
“Mordecai Shehori plays Dances and Visions” = Works of LULLY, DEBUSSY, RACHMANINOV, CHOPIN, SAINT-SAENS – Cembal d’amour
Mordecai Shehori explores music that extends over several centuries with a Romantic’s passion for color, taste, and naturally poetic bravura.
Mordecai Shehori New York Concerts, Vol. 7 = CLEMENTI: Sonata in F-sharp Minor; TCHAIKOVSKY: “Grande Sonate” in G Major; KHACHATURIAN: Vocalise; LISZT: Polonaise from Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin”; BACH: Adagio; MOSZKOWSKI: Etude in F Major; CHOPIN: Mazurka in G Minor; Polonaise in A-flat Major “Heroic” – Mordecai Shehori, p. – Cembal d’amour
Selected from recital programs at Weill Hall and the 92nd St. Y in NYC, 1979-90.
CHOPIN: 12 Etudes, Op. 10 and 12 Etudes; Trois Nouvelles Etude for the "Methode des Methodes" – Mordecai Shehori, p. – Cembal d'amour
An edition of the Chopin Etudes that seeks “truth and poetry,” the Shehori version should stand as a testament to scholarship and musical devotion at its highest level.
Mindru Katz plays BEETHOVEN = Sonata No. 17 in D Minor, “Tempest”; Sonata No. 29 in B-flat Major, “Hammerklavier” – Mindru Katz, p. – Cembal d’amour
A Beethoven journey in the Horowitz style, except that master never dared these terrible beauties that Katz executes with masterly passion.
Mindru Katz Plays in Concert = CHOPIN: 24 Preludes; MARCELLO: Adagio from Oboe Concerto in D Minor; KABALEVSKY: 3 Preludes – Cembal d’amour
Mindru Katz again asserts himself as a Chopinist extraordinaire in these Preludes from Jerusalem, 1969.
Mordecai Shehori: The Celebrated New York Concerts, Vol. 6 = Works of CZERNY, BRAHMS, DEBUSSY, RAVEL, HOROWITZ, BACH = Cembal d'amour
Volume 6 of the Shehori New York concerts extends his mastery over a diverse range of music, much of it honoring his mentor and teacher, Vladimir Horowitz.
BEETHOVEN: String Trios – Erick Freidman, v./ Emanuel Vardi, viola/ Jascha Silberstein, cello – Cembal d’amour
Lovely, even astonishing, ensemble from three string masters realize the early Beethoven trios to perfection in these 1977 recordings.
Shehori plays BEETHOVEN, Vol. I: Rondo in G Major; Piano Sonata No. 8 “Pathetique”; Piano Sonata No. 21 “Waldstein”; Piano Sonata No. 23 “Appassionata” – Mordecai Shehori, p. – Cembal d’amour
Virtuoso Mordecai Shehori institutes a cycle of Beethoven sonatas and selected piano pieces, beginning with three of the most powerful and musically familiar.
MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 20; BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 3 – Mindru Katz, piano/ Jerusalem Sym. Orch./ Gary Bertini (Mozart)/ Mendi Rodan – Cembal d’amour
Israeli virtuoso Mindru Katz delivers two powerhouse renditions of Mozart and Beethoven concerto staples.
Another masterful assemblage of David Nadien spectaculars, each ravishing, fastidious, and eminently musical in the manner that emulates Nadien’s contemporary, Jascha Heifetz.
Mordecai Shehori plays CHOPIN, Vol. 2 = The Four Ballades; other works – Mordecai Shehori, p. – Cembal d’amour
A musical descendant of both Mindru Katz and Vladimir Horowitz, Shehori comes to Chopin with a strong sense of literally-dramatic tradition.
Cembal d’amour pays fine homage to Emanuel Vardi, one of the more eloquent advocates for viola music in the modern repertory.
Mordecai Shehori – The Celebrated New York Concerts, Vol. 5 = Works of BEETHOVEN, WEBER, SCHUBERT, CHOPIN, SCHUMANN & LISZT – Mordecai Shehori, piano – Cembal d'amour
Pianist and producer Mordecai Shehori consolidates pieces recorded by him in concert 1976-1984, from both Carnegie Recital Hall and Merkin Concert Hall.
Mindru Katz plays SCHUMANN = Kinderszenen, Op. 15; Fantasie in C Major, Op. 17 – Mindru Katz, piano – Cembal d’amour
Piano virtuoso Mindru Katz reveals the poetic vigor and intimate candor of his Schumann in recital from 1974.
The Chopin Waltzes–here conceived as an ongoing cycle–and rendered much as the composer intended, virtually for the first time, by the conscientious Mordecai Shehori.
RACHMANINOV: Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 18; Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 30 = Shura Cherkassky, piano/Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra/ Sergiu Comissiona (Op. 18)/Sten Frykberg (Op. 30) – Cembal d’amour
Keyboardist Shura Cherkassky finds a new resource for his fascinating legacy in two of Rachmaninov’s concertos captured from live concerts in Gothenburg, Sweden.