Charles Rosen plays Modern Piano MusicIGOR STRAVINSKY (1882-1971): Serenade in A, Piano Sonata, Movements for Piano and Orchestra (Columbia Symphony Orchestra; Igor Stravinsky), ELLIOTT CARTER (1908-2012): Double Concerto for Harpsichord, Piano and Orchestra (Ralph Kirkpatrick [harpsichord], Chamber Orchestra; Gustav Meier and Paul Jacobs [harpsichord], English Chamber Orchestra; Frederik Prausnitz), Piano Sonata, PIERRE BOULEZ (1925-2016): Piano Sonatas Nos. 1 and 3, ANTON WEBERN (1883-1945): 5 Lieder from Der Siebente Ring, Op. 3, 5 Lieder after Poems by Stefan George, Op. 4, 4 Lieder, Op. 12 (Heather Harper [soprano]), 4 Pieces for Violin and Piano, Op. 7 (Isaac Stern), 3 Little Pieces for Cello and Piano, Op. 11 (Gregor Piatigorsky), Quartet for Violin, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone and Piano, Op. 22 (Daniel Majeske [violin]), Robert Marcellus [clarinet], Abraham Weinstein [sax], Pierre Boulez [direction]), 3 Lieder from Viae inviae by Hildegard Jone, Op. 23, 3 Lieder on Poems by Hildegard Jone, Op. 25 (Halina Łukomska [soprano]), Variations for Piano, Op. 27.
Catalogue Number: 05S050
Label: Sony Classical
Format: CD reissue
Description: A remarkable American virtuoso, Rosen brought the unique insights of a brilliant musical thinker and scholar to every work he performed, but his mastery of a large eclectic repertoire was perhaps displayed to the fullest in 20th-century works like this new grouping of modern classics. 4 CDs. Charles Rosen (piano).