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  • ISBN 0585323372
  • ISBN13 978-0585323374
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Home Browse Books Book details, Notes of a Moscow Pianist. The Central School of Music and the Moscow Conservatory were the shrines where this tradition was passed on by dedicated and gifted teachers.

Home Browse Books Book details, Notes of a Moscow Pianist. Notes of a Moscow Pianist. Dmitry Paperno, himself a brilliant pianist, was a witness to this golden age of the piano. His memoirs, translated for the first time into English, take us into the halls of these celebrated schools, where the reader encounters not only the great pianists of the period but other legendary names: Oistrakh, Kogan, Rostropovich. Towering above all is his beloved teacher, Alexander Borisovich Goldenweiser.

Notes of a Moscow Pianist. has been added to your Cart. And he succeeds, memorably and movingly. He also tells us about life in the Soviet Union as a boy during World War II, as a student in Stalin's terrors, and as a young soloist when even being permitted to play concert tours abroad was no Shield against overcrowding and official suspicions at home.

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Through the middle years of this century, a formidable stream of Russian pianists - Gilels, Richter, Berman, Ashkenazy - took the musical world by storm, revealing by their virtuosity and musicianship the continuation of a great pianistic tradition.

Notes of a Moscow Pianist - Amadeus (Hardback). Dmitry Paperno (author). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. Hardback 240 Pages, Published: 01/03/2003.

And he succeeds, memorably and movingly. He also tells us about life in the Soviet Union as a boy during World War II, as a student in Stalin's terrors, and as a young soloist when even being permitted to play concert tours abroad was no Shield against overcrowding and official suspicions athome. Qty. Hardcover Book UPC: 073999672886 Publisher ID: 00331592. PAPERNO, D - Amadeus Press, Inc. The rich musical life of Moscow is displayed in these memoirs where formidable Russian pianists take the world by storm, revealing by their virtuosity and musicianship the continuation of a great pianistic tradition. Dmitry Paperno was a witness to a golden age of the piano, when the celebrated schools of Moscow produced a stream of great pianists - Gilels, Richter, Ashkenazy - and he tells his, and their, stories here.

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Ylal
A very valuable resource about the pianistic environment on Moscow during WWII and afterwards. I enjoyed the book, even though at times it was a little repetitive. Getting to know Goldenweiser, Shostakovich, Neuhaus etc. from a first person account, is the true value of this book. I don't know of any other book on the subject that can compare. Too bad there are hardly any thoughts about music and pianism in this book. Mr. Paperno owes us another book!
Qiahmagha
Great history lesson. What a strong survivor during war time. I would have liked more description of how the pieces sounded than a listing of who performed which piece. The beginning is charming and I enjoy the author's sense of humor. I learned more of Emil Gilels and other contemporaries from this book.
Monin
Very informative; packed full of highly personal anecdotes and stories that give you an insider's look into the Russian school of pianism.

The reason I give it 4/5 stars is not because of a lack of quality when it comes to the book's content-which was excellent, Rather, it is due to its tendency to become slightly rambling and disjointed at several points, almost as if you were sitting down with Mr. Paperno over coffee and having a chat. I am sure, however, that for some, this is likely one of the book's winning qualities, and it therefore should not stop you from buying it.