Alexander Ghindin & Boris Berezovsky – Part 1 – Debussy – Crumb – Messiaen

theblindeye Published on Oct 30, 2014
Live at Mariinsky 4th of July (Part 1)
Claude Debussy
00:35 Prelude to “Afternoon of a Faun», L 86 (transcribed for two pianos by Maurice Ravel)
George Crumb
“Zeitgeist” tableaux for two prepared pianos:
10:20 1. Omen
18:55 2. Two Harlequin
22:25 4. Day of the comet
Olivier Messiaen
“Visions Amen” for two pianos:
27:15 1. Amen of Creation
32:55 4. Amen desire
43:55 7. Amen accomplishments
Boris Berezovsky won the Gold Medal at the 1990 International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. He is one of the greatest pianists who is still active playing. Alexander Ghindin (born 1977) is a Russian pianist. He won first prize at the Cleveland International Piano Competition in 2007. enjoy!

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