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Vladimir Ashkenazy - W.A. Mozart Piano Concerto No.12 in A Major

W.A. Mozart Piano Concerto No.12 in A Major

Vladimir Ashkenazy - Piano and Conducting
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

-Biography-
Born: July 6, 1937 in Gorky, USSR (now Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)

The greatly gifted Russian-born Icelandic pianist and conductor, Vladimir (Davidovich) Ashkenazy [sometimes transliterated Ashkenazi; Russian: Влади́мир Дави́дович А́шкенази], was born to an Ashkenazi Jewish father and a Russian Orthodox mother. His parents were professional pianists and taught him to play at an early age. Showing prodigious talent, he was accepted in 1945 (age of 8) at the Central Music School in Moscow, where he took formal lessons with Anaida Sumbatian. In 1955 he entered the class of Lev Oborin at the Moscow Conservatory, graduating in 1963. In 1955 he won 2nd prize at the prestigious International Frederick Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. A great turning point in his career was reached when in 1956, at the age of 19, he won 1st prize in the Queen Elisabeth of Belgium Competition in Brussels. In 1958 he made his fIrst tour of the USA. In 1962 he and John Ogdon were both awarded 1st prizes at the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow.

In 1961 Vladimir Ashkenazy married a young pianist, SofIa Johannsdottir of Iceland, who was studying in Moscow at the time. In 1963 they went to England while retaining their common Soviet citizenship. In 1968 they moved to Reykjavík, and in 1972 Ashkenazy became a naturalized Icelandic citizen.

As a piano virtuoso, Vladimir Ashkenazy has gained an international reputation for his penetrating insight and superlative technique; his mastery extends from Haydn to the contemporary era. He is renowned for his performances of Romantic and Russian composers. He has recorded the complete 24 Preludes and Fugues of Dmitri Shostakovich, Scriabin's sonatas, Chopin and Schumann's entire works for piano, L.v. Beethoven's piano sonatas, as well as the piano concertos of Mozart, L.v. Beethoven, Béla Bartók, Prokofiev, and Sergei Rachmaninov. He has also performed and recorded chamber music. He continues to record and perform internationally.

Midway through his pianistic career, Vladimir Ashkenazy also branched into conducting. In 1981 was appointed principal guest conductor of the Philharmonia Orchestra of London. From 1987 to 1994 he was music director of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London. He was also principal guest conductor of the Cleveland Orchestra from 1987 to 1994), and chief conductor of the (West) Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra (from 1989), and of its successor, the Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin (from 1994). He was principal conductor of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra from 1998 to 2003, and became musical director of the NHK Symphony Orchestra in 2004. Besides these positions, he is Conductor Laureate of the Philharmonia Orchestra, Conductor Laureate of the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, and Music Director of the European Union Youth Orchestra, with whom he performs regularly. As a conductor, he has demonstrated particular affinity for the 19th and 20th-century repertoire, and has particularly been praised for his recordings of orchestral works by Sibelius, S. Rachmaninov, Prokofiev, D. Shostakovich, and Scriabin. He has prepared and conducted his own effective orchestration of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.

Vladimir Ashkenazy has also appeared in several Christopher Nupen music films, conducting extracts from the composer profiled, including Respighi and Tchaikovsky and performing at the piano. An excellent resource covering Ashkenazy's musical philosophy and opinions on many other subjects is his Beyond Frontiers (London, 1984; New York: Atheneum, 1985), co-authored with his agent Jasper Parrott.

Awards and Recognitions: Vladimir Ashkenazy is currently President of the Rachmaninoff Society. Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance: Vladimir Ashkenazy, Lynn Harrell \u0026 Itzhak Perlman for L.v. Beethoven: The Complete Piano Trios (1988); Vladimir Ashkenazy, Lynn Harrell \u0026 Itzhak Perlman for Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio in A Minor (1982); Itzhak Perlman \u0026 Vladimir Ashkenazy for L.v. Beethoven: Sonatas for Violin and Piano (1979). Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (without orchestra): Vladimir Ashkenazy for D. Shostakovich: 24 Preludes \u0026 Fugues, Op. 87 (2000); Vladimir Ashkenazy for Ravel: Gaspard de la Nuit; Pavane Pour Une Infante Defunte; Valses Nobles et Sentimentales (1986).
lourak613 : There is something very unique and different about this Mozart sonata. I think it has to do with the phrasing and the melodic / rhythmic groupings, but I can't quite put my finger on it. Anyone care to comment?
darren motise : Awful that someone recorded this from one device to another, and we can hear the frickin person typing on a keyboard! Not good. Do over and post again.
신정훈 : our god is creater!!
David Rogoff : Sublime performance of divine music.
Jackson McAvoy : There were multiple times throughout the piece where I thought I was listening to Piano Sonata No. 16.
nino nino : B R A V O !!!!! bravo Ashkenazy!! 2019 .
김가윤 : 광고 왜 넣어요
미쳤나
Heinrich Knobloch : Einer der Besten! So kann Mozart klingen! Und ein herrvorgander Pianist mit hörbarer liebe zum Amadeus und sogleich zu Mozart.
Ivo Ponduša : IVO`s MAGIC WORLD presents MUSIC HISTORY GUIDE - FAMOUS BIRTHS - VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY - 80th Birthday, Today!!! (JuLy 6th, 2017)
dr.joshua adegoke : INCREDIBLY AMAZING

Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 12 in A major, K. 414 (Murray Perahia)

00:00 - Allegro
10:31 - Andante
18:50 - Allegretto

Murray Perahia
English Chamber Orchestra

1979
Will You : I think Mozart came from another world. Hot morning coffee for Mr Mozart
Joe Thompson : Chills at 1:57 every. Time.
Noreen Abdul : Percy Jackson
Akiko Yanagisawa : Heart breakingly beautiful 2nd movement. Mozart forever.
null : 18:50
Macoi Balbin : To those stuck in quarantine and learning this piece, I made an orchestra accompaniment for this concerto in my channel. I'm learning this myself and I'm using it to practice during lockdown.
payton k : looking back, grover had taste
lymanmj : The incredible second movement must be a song to a loved one. Mozart makes the piano sing with warmth, delicacy, grace, and emotional force.
Blake Frank : The end of the andante is absolutely stunning 18:11
Cjgripp1230 : When you are rereading Percy Jackson and it leads you to here

모차르트 피아노 소나타 12번 F장조 K.332 / 마리아 조앙 피레스


Vincent : Wonderful interpretation, the first mouvement is so beautiful !!
serre : 피레스 님의 모차르트 정말 좋아해요
2 Space : 모차르트 의 고전적인 느낌이 우러 나오네요! 듣기 좋습니다 ㅎ
SEOEUN PIANO : Wow.Nice.Good job!^^

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