MMD Archives Passing Of Igor Kipnis duopianist, active in recent years with Karen Kushner. He wrote that he was to make his debut as a pianist in October of last year. Igor Kipnis http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Igor Kipnis Plays Bach Goldberg Variations Igor Kipnis Plays Bach Goldberg Variations. Igor Kipnis Plays Bach Goldberg Variations s Goldberg 9034. The ERA plays JS Music Pianist The lp http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Bronson Piano Studio It is not often at a major concert venue that one sees a pianist already sitting at igor kipnis) and fortepianists (eg, Malcolm Bilson in Mozart) play. http://www.bronsonpianostudio.com/reviews/101304r1.htm
Extractions: Mikhail Pletnev Recital at Lincoln Center Avery Fisher Hall Mikhail Pletnev Recital at Avery Fisher Hall by Anatole Leikin Mikhail Pletnev gave a phenomenal solo recital at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center on October 13 despite two particularly adverse circumstances. One of them is Avery Fisher Hall. Perhaps when the planned reconstruction is completed, the space will be acoustically more congenial to performances, especially solo recitals. The latest plans call for beginning work in 2009, but since the renovations may cost in excess of$300 million, the latest plans may well be replaced by new plans, which threatens to delay the improvements to the hall even further. The second distraction happened when the concert was supposed to begin. A gaggle of formally dressed men and women filed into the hall and, instead of proceeding to their seats, they stood in the aisles, chatting and laughing. They were patrons coming from an official dinner in the lobby celebrating the opening of the season. Several times the audience clapped rhythmically to remind the merry socialites that the main event of the night was a concert, not after-dinner socializing. When Pletnev came out on the stage at twenty minutes past the appointed time, there were still a few couples chattering in the aisles.
Extractions: Advanced Search Ka-Man Mak, Carmen - Official homepage of the Chinese-American pianist; contains news, concert schedules, biography, sample music downloads. Kapell, William (1922-1953) - Brief biography and notes. Kempf, Freddy (b.1977) - Includes concert and recordings reviews. Khovanskaya , Dr. Irina (b. 1972) - Biography of the Russian pianist, MP3 samplers, photos. Kim, Angela J. - Information about upcoming performances; photos and links. Kipnis, Igor - Keyboardist (harpsichord, fortepiano, clavichord, Kipnis-Kushner piano duo): biographies, complete discography, bulletin board, lecture subjects, pictures. Klein, Andreas - German pianist; studied at Julliard School; biography, audio clips, reviews, concerts, photos. Kolacny, Steven and Stijn (1969, 1975) - Piano duo. Includes biography, RealAudio samples, calendar, contact information, picture gallery and press releases. Konstantinov, Tzvetan
Extractions: Advanced Search Accompanists.org - Free site for accompanists and pianists with listings and resume links by U.S. state. Arbiter's Museum of Historic Pianists - Arbiter Records Home Page, over 60 very short biographies by Allan Evans. Classical Piano Links - Links to websites of Classical pianists and other relevant pages on Classical piano. Cramer/Marder Artists - Classical music artist's site featuring several world-class pianists, such as Andre Watts, Angela Hewitt, Jean-Philippe Collard, and many others. International Directory of Musicians - Selected biographies for pianists like Daniel Barenboim, Peter Donohoe, Igor Kipnis, John Lill, Wayne Marshall, Anthony Padilla, Frank Pavese, Alfredo Perl, Dejan Sinadinovic, Kathryn Stott and Lars Vogt. Piano Players - Pianist biographies, information, music links and music by new piano composers. Sony Classical - Artists - Includes links to numerous pianists, among them Ax, Bronfman, Kissin, Perahia, and Volodos.
MIDI Samples Commissioned by igor kipnis for the kipnisKushner Piano Duo pianists tap onfallboard, lid and soundboard (1 pianist sitting,1 pianist standing, http://people.nnu.edu/wdhughes/midilink.htm
Extractions: Walden Hughes' Piano Ensemble Compositions Dr. Walden Hughes has written 88 compositions and transcriptions for his university piano ensembles, and by commission for performing pianists and piano faculty in the United States and Europe. These works have been performed widely in 48 different countries by various performing ensembles. The compositions can be heard below as MIDI files. The full scores can be attached to email for instant delivery For information concerning how to obtain performance scores of the compositions represented by the MIDI files below, contact Dr. Hughes through E mail at (or go to this web site for availability - http://myweb.cableone.net/wdhughes WDHughes@NNU.Edu DUET (1 piano 4 hands) Russian Rag NEW Sabbatical 2004 RagTime Dance NEW Sabbatical 2004 Stoptime Rag NEW Sabbatical 2004 Joplin's Solace (A Mexican Serenade) NEW Sabbatical 2004 Pineapple Rag NEW Sabbatical 2004 (no pineapples required) Joplin's Entertainer NEW Sabbatical 2004 Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag NEW Sabbatical 2004 Joplin's Elite Syncopations NEW Sabbatical 2004 Albeniz Prelude NEW Sabbatical 2004
Moir Fortepiano Duo - Publications Since his debut in 1959, igor kipnis has had a very active career across North For example, an acquaintance of mine who is a professional pianist with a http://www.fortepiano.ca/pub3.htm
Extractions: Ronald Moir a conversation with Igor Kipnis Since his debut in 1959, Igor Kipnis has had a very active career across North and South America, Europe (East and West) Israel and Australia. Prolific in the recording field, be has 72 albums to his credit, 54 of which are solo. Among the honors be has received are 6 "Grammy' Nominations, 3 "Record of the Year" Awards from Stereo Review, the 1969 Deutsche Scballplatten Prize, and the 1988 Gold Star Award from the Italian periodical Musica. Keyboard Magazine named him "Best HarPsicbordist" in 1978, 1979, and 1980 and "Best Classical Keyboardist" in 1982 and 1986. Mr. Kipnis had just returned from an extended tour of California, Oregon, Texas and New England when we spoke in December 1991. We discussed the perils of touring, audience development, and his latest recordings on the Chesky label, a New York firm. One is an all Vivaldi set which includes the Four Seasons, a flute concerto, and his own reconstruction of a harpsichord concerto. These are performed by Members of the Connecticut Early Music Festival with Igor Kipnis directing from the keyboard, and will be released later this year. Also, just released by Chesky (June '92) is a recording of 15 Scarlatti Sonatas made using 5 different Hubbard + Broeknian harpsichords. Hazards of Touring My recent concert at Nashua, N.H. was one of my more -horrendous experiences. I was told the concert org-anizers had settled on the Campus Centre of the college as a venue instead of the smaller library. This was probably a better choice as libraries are acoustically not all that great. When I got there I found the campus centre was in fact the cafeteria!!
Pianos And Pianists - CD Spotlight This nearly 75minute work, the pianist s last substantial composition, Visit the igor kipnis web site for further biographical information and an http://www.mvdaily.com/articles/1999/12/ppostrom.htm
Extractions: IGOR KIPNIS Listens to Paderewski's Symphony Ignacy Jan Paderewski (1860-1941), aside from his great reputation as a pianist from the earlier part of this century, is best known as the composer of the familiar Minuet in G, his at one time ubiquitous Op 14 No 1. Checking a little further, one comes up with his piano concerto, a small handful of other works, solo and concerted, and even an opera (the three-act lyric drama Manru Igor Kipnis , December 17th 1999 * though Manru's Act II aria, 'Jako gdy wsrod skwaru' ('As when in the heat of day'), has been recorded a number of times - the earliest around 1910 with the tenor Giuseppe Anselmi and an unidentified accompanist ( Fonotipia 62289 AO ** Bohdan Wodiczko's 1974 premiere recording with the Orchestra of the Pomeranian Philharmonic of IJ Paderewski was cut ( Muza SXL 0968 AO Visit the Igor Kipnis web site for further biographical information and an
MMD Archives: Passing Of Igor Kipnis An article entitled Passing of igor kipnis by Albert Petrak, appearing in of the celebrated harpsichordist/duopianist/critic/educator, igor kipnis. http://mmd.foxtail.com/Archives/Digests/200201/2002.01.26.02.html
Extractions: http://people.mags.net/ As one who followed his career with close attention over a period of the last forty years, I will add that he is now, and will continue to be, sorely missed. He was always optimistic, outgoing, vastly knowledgeable and willing, always to share with others his wide-ranging interests. Ave atque vale, Maestro. Albert M. Petrak, founder The Reproducing Piano Roll Foundation