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Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 - Prokofiev: Piano Concert No. 4

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Customer Reviews

Great music but major labeling issues

Great performances by Previn. I would rate this album 5 stars if they hadn't mislabled the titles, which I find completely unacceptable. Not only is the album misleadingly titled Prokofiev's fourth piano concerto when it's actually his third, but the composer is listed as Tchaikovsky for the Prokofiev the concerto. Very confusing. How difficult can it be to put the correct name on an album? Great music, but credit should be given where credit is due.

Love Tchaikovsky

Tchaikovsky No. 1 is is one of the best piano concertos - Prvein is wonderful. FYI, the Prokoviev is No. 3, not No. 4 - you can see it on the cover of the CD.

Piano Concerto No. 1:I.Allegro Non Troppo e Molto

John Kimura's performance is breathtaking. You should hear him play in person as I did in Rochester, New York at the Eastman School of Music. I just happened to be visiting my home town and got to hear him. He is truly an amazing talented pianist! I was right in the front row and his fingers were a blur as he meticulously played to our delight! He was fascinating and so exciting to watch and hear.


Born: April 6, 1929 in Berlin, Germany

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

One of the most versatile musicians on the planet, André Previn has amassed considerable credentials as a jazz pianist, despite carving out separate lives first as a Hollywood arranger and composer, and then as a world-class classical conductor, pianist, and composer. Always fluid, melodic, and swinging, with elements of Bud Powell, Oscar Peterson, and Horace Silver mixed with a faultless technique, Previn didn't change much over the decades but could always be counted upon for polished, reliable...
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