Felix Blumenfeld: Etude ‘Sur mer,’ for piano, Op – Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (), the largest and best. Felix Mikhailovich Blumenfeld, Daniel Blumenthal – Complete Etudes Felix Blumenfeld – Episodes In the Life of a Dancer Etude, Op. 14, “Sur Mer”. Download scientific diagram | Blumenfeld: Etude “Sur Mer” (G minor). from publication: Sad Music Induces Pleasant Emotion | In general, sad music is thought to.

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He is at his best in the dramatic duet of Op.

The recordings are warmer than usual from this source and all lovers of high-born virtuosity will want to have this disc.

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Blumenfeld Piano Etudes 4 Etudes, A.

Sur mer, Op.14 (Blumenfeld, Felix)

So how good it is to hear the complete set, each and every one packed with luscious Blumenfrld melody entwined in ferocious and frequently double-note figurations. In the D flat Etude Op.

Blumenfeld’s Etude for the left hand is the only one of his 18 studies to remain in the repertoire, occasionally surfacing from pianists with a masochistic taste for the super-virtuoso repertoire.

Composition Artist Credits 4 Etudes, A.

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Etude, Op. 14, “Sur Mer”, a song by Felix Blumenfeld, Daniel Blumenthal on Spotify

Daniel Blumenthal, working his way through some thorny and not always grateful stretches of the repertoire, plays ehude an imposing breadth, and even when he lacks the sort of magical technical and poetic resource to lift such music, untrammelled, from its sometimes dur origins, I can safely say that Blumenfeld and Blumenthal are well matched. Blumenfeld born in Russia in was a formidable pianist and teacher his pupils included Horowitz and he set out with a vengeance to challenge and ensnare even the most athletically equipped players.


Cautious listeners should try these first trackswhere the music acquires its greatest individuality and transcends the influence of Chopin and a wide variety of Russian romantic composers notably Glazunov and Lyapunov.

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