Grabaciones Inéditas / Descatalogadas

Alexis Weissenberg nos ha dejado numerosísimas grabaciones inéditas y también muchas que han desaparecido del mercado hace años.

La mayoría de las inéditas están en un soporte de cinta magnetofónica de bobina abierta; otras son discos de 45 rpm (EP) y 33 rpm (LP).

Por ahora, tan sólo hemos hecho una copia digital para prevenir el inexorable deterioro de estas grabaciones.

Más adelante estimaremos la posibilidad de publicar aquellas que sean especialmente relevantes.

Tengan en cuenta la modesta calidad de sonido de estos pequeños archivos y también que no todos los navegadores soportan los mismos formatos para audio y vídeo.

Esta sección se irá aumentando progresivamente.

Grabaciones

F. Loewe / Alexis Weissenberg: Show Me

My Fair Lady ( Pianorama by Mister Mystery)
(Date: Unknown)

Bach: Jesus bleibet meine Freude, BWV 147 Schluss-Choral

Transcription for piano, Myra Hess
(Date: Unknown)

Alexis Weissenberg (Mister Mystery): Extravagant Polka

From the album Extravagant Piano (Arrangement)
(Date: Unknown)

Glinka: Barcarolle, from A Farewell To Saint Petersburg, 1840 (Kukolnik)
Nicolai Gedda & Alexis Weissenberg

(1974)

Rehearsing

Bach: Chorale-Prelude in G minor BWV 659
Nun komm’ der Heiden Heiland

(Tokyo, 1972)

Alexis Weissenberg (Mister Mystery): Tico-Tico
Tico-Tico no Fubá by Zequinha de Abreu (1917)

From the album Extravagant Piano (Arrangement)

(Date: Unknown)

Concert

Debussy: Clair de Lune, from Suite Bergamasque (1890)
(Tokyo, 1972)

F. Loewe / Alexis Weissenberg: “I’ve grown accustomed to her face”
 My Fair Lady (Pianorama by Mister Mystery)

(Date: Unknown)

Portrait

Chopin: Impromptu no.1 in A flat, Op.29
(Tokyo, 1972)

Glinka: Doubt (Kukolnik)
Nicolai Gedda & Alexis Weissenberg

(1974)

Glinka: I Recall a Wonderful Moment (Pushkin)
Nicolai Gedda & Alexis Weissenberg

(1974)

Mussorgsky: Where Art Thou, Little Star?
Nicolai Gedda & Alexis Weissenberg

(1974)

AW in Zermatt

Bach: Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in D minor BVW 903
(Date: Unknown)

Trenet / Weissenberg: Vous oubliez votre cheval
(Mister Nobody plays Trenet)

(Date: Unknown)

Rachmaninov: Paraphrase of Tchaikovsky Lullaby, Op.16 No.1
(Date: Unknown)

Alexis Weissenberg

From the Musical “Death Beat
(Date: 1963)

Mussorgsky: Serenade (From Songs and Dances of Death)
Nicolai Gedda & Alexis Weissenberg

(1974)

Glinka: You Sweet Little Maiden (Folksong)
Nicolai Gedda & Alexis Weissenberg

(1974)

Mussorgsky: The Field Marshal (From Songs and Dances of Death)
Nicolai Gedda & Alexis Weissenberg

(1974)

Tchaikovsky – Rachmaninov Lullaby, Op. 16 Nr.1

135th Anniversary of Steinway & Sons, Carnegie Hall
 (Date: 1988)

1967 in Paris

Alexis Weissenberg: Moody Piano

From the album Extravagant Piano
(Date: Unknown)

1992 in Lucerne

F. Loewe / Alexis Weissenberg: I’m an ordinary man

My Fair Lady (Pianorama by Mister Mystery)
 (Date: Unknown)

Trenet / Weissenberg: Coin de Rue
(Mister Nobody plays Trenet)
(Date: Unknown)

Alexis Weissenberg: Mit dir bin Ich allein

Pianos: Thomas Labè and Hyunsoon Whang

Voice: Jeffrey Dowd

From Nostalgie, ein surrealistisches Musical
(Date: 1992)

Alexis Weissenberg: Emma – Melodie

Pianos: Thomas Labè and Hyunsoon Whang

From Nostalgie, ein surrealistisches Musical
 (Date: 1992)

Alexis Weissenberg: Nostalgie

Pianos: Thomas Labè and Hyunsoon Whang

Voice: Jeffrey Dowd

From Nostalgie, ein surrealistisches Musical
(Date: 1992)

Igor Stravinsky

Three Movements of Petrushka

Film directed by Äke Falck

 (Stockholm 1965)

César Franck

Prélude, Fugue et Variation, Op.18

Transcription: Harold Bauer

(Date: Unknown)

Haydn

Sonata No.33 in C minor, Hob. XVI / 20 – 1st mov.

(Date: Unknown)

Lover

From Love Me Tonight, by Rodgers and Hart – Arr. A. Weissenberg

Pianist: Jenny Lin, from her album Get Happy

Courtesy of Steinway Inc.

 (2012)

Haydn

Sonata No.62 in E-flat major, Hob. XVI / 52 – 2nd mov.

(Date: Unknown)

Klassik Pop

German Radio Programme – Part I

(Date: Unknown)

At home with Vladiguerov

First gramophone recording of Alexis Weissenberg

Toccata Op.36 and Prelude from Op.15 by P. Vladiguerov

(1943)

Klassik Pop

German Radio Programme – Part II

(Date: Unknown)

Les Musiciens par eux-mêmes

Radio Canada – Part II

(Date: 1977)

Les Musiciens par eux-mêmes

Radio Canada – Part III

(Date: 1977)

Les Musiciens par eux-mêmes

Radio Canada – Part IV

(Date: 1977)

With Plácido Domingo

“Adiós, Granada” from the zarzuela “Emigrantes”

by T. Barrera and R. Calleja Gómez

(Date: 1985)

With Anne-Sophie Mutter

Brahms: Violin Sonata N.3 in D minor, Op. 108

(2nd, 3rd and 4th movs.)

(Date: 1985)

With Jean-Pierre Rampal

Poulenc: Sonata for Flute and Piano (1st mov)

(Date: 1985)

With Kurt Moll

Schumann: “Die beiden Grenadiere”, Op.49 No.1

(Date: 1985)

With the Petits Chanteurs à la Croix de Bois

Bach: Jesus bleibet meine Freude

(Date: 1975)

La fabrication d’un disque

 From Les clés de la Musique, TF1

(Date: 1977)

Des gammes sur l’amour

From 30 millions d’amis, TF1

(Date: 1980)

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