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CD1
1.Nocturne No.5 In F Sharp Major Op.15 (03:38)
2.Etude No.12 "REVOLUTIONARY" In C Minor Op.10 (02:33)
3.Etude No.8 In D Flat Major Op.25 (00:58) 
4.Scherzo No.4 In E Major Op.54 (10:14)
5.Prelude Op.28 No.13 In F Sharp Majpr (03:12)
6.Prelude Op.28 No.14 In E Flat Minor (00:24)
7.Prelude Op.28 No.15 "RAINDROP" In D Flat Major (05:36)
8.Prelude Op.28 No.16 In B Flat Minor (01:02)
9.Prelude Op.28 No.17 In A Flat Major (02:58)
10.Prelude Op.28 No.18 In F Minor (00:54)
11.Ballade No.4 In F Minor Op.52 (10:17)
12.Valse No.4 "VALSE BRILLANTE" In F Major Op.34 (02:10)
13.Polonaise No.6 "HEROIQUE" In A Flat Major OP.53 (06:32)
14.Mazurka Op.33 No.22 In G Sharp Minor (01:40)
15.Mazurka Op.33 No.23 In D Major (01:58)
16.Mazurka Op.33 No.24 In C Major (01:21)
17.Mazurka Op.33 No.25 In B Minor (05:09)

CD2
Piano Sonata No.3 In B Minor Op.58
1. Allegro maestoso (8:41)
2. Scherzo. Molto vivace (2:30)
3. Largo (8:57)
4. Finale. Presto ma non tanto (5:17)
Piano Concerto No.1 In E Minor Op.11
5. Allegro maestoso (18:55)
6. Romanza. Larghetto (9:23)
7. Rondo. Vivace (10:06)

Stanislav Bunin – piano
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
Tadeusz Strugala – conductor

Live.October 8, 1985

 

The Fryderyk Chopin International Piano Competition is one of the oldest and most prestigious music competitions in the world. It is also among the group of few monographic piano competitions dedicated to the musical performance of one composer.

The first Chopin Competition took place in 1927 at the Warsaw Philharmonic. Jerzy Zurawlew, an outstanding Polish pianist, padegogue and composer was the competition's initiator.

Subsequent competitions were held, at five-year intervals, in 1932 and 1937. The fourth post-war edition of the competition was organized in 1949 and the fifth in 1955. From that year the Fryderyk Chopin Competitions are held at regular five-year intervals.

The competition consists of several stages and since 1970 there are four stages in the competition. During the first three stages the pianists perform Nocturnes, Etudes, Ballads, Scherzos, Polonaises, Waltzes, Mazurkas and Sonatas and for the final, one of Chopin's Concertos.

Stanislav Stanislavovich Bunin (Russian: Станислав Станиславович Бунин, Stanislav Stanislavovič Bunin; born September 25, 1966) is a Russian-born pianist.

He was born in Moscow in 1966 into an established European musical family which included his grandfather Heinrich Neuhaus and his grandmother Zinaida (Boris Pasternak's wife).

In 1985, after a series of prizes, he won first prize and the gold medal in the 11th International Frédéric Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. Recently, he recorded a few of Chopin's works for the soundtrack to the video game Eternal Sonata. He currently resides in Japan.

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Stanislav Bunin – Chopin 24 Etudes http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/classical/2918-stanislav-bunin/10788-stanislav-bunin-chopin-24-etudes.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/classical/2918-stanislav-bunin/10788-stanislav-bunin-chopin-24-etudes.html Stanislav Bunin – Chopin 24 Etudes

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1. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.1:C-DUR:ALLEGRO
2. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.2:A-MOLL:ALLEGRO
3. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.3:E-DUR:LENTO. MA NON TROPPO
4. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.4:CIS-MOLL:PRESTO
5. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.5:GES-DUR:VIVACE
6. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.6:ES-MOLL:ANDANTE
7. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.7:C-DUR:VIVACE		play
8. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.8:F-DUR:ALLEGRO
9. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.9:F-MOLL:ALLEGRO MOLTO AGITATO
10. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.10:AS-DUR:VIVACE ASSAI
11. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.11:ES-DUR:ALLEGRETTO
12. 	12 ETUDES. OP.10 NO.12:C-MOLL:ALLEGRO CON FUOCO
13. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.1:AS-DUR:ALLEGRO SOSTENUTO
14. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.2:F-MOLL:PRESTO
15. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.3:F-DUR:ALLEGRO		play
16. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.4:A-MOLL:AGITATO
17. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.5:E-MOLL:VIVACE
18. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.6:GIS-MOLL:ALLEGRO
19. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.7:CIS-MOLL:LENTO
20. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.8:DES-DUR:VIVACE
21. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.9:GES-DUR:ALLEGRO ASSAI
22. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.10:H-MOLL:ALLEGRO CON FUOCO
23. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.11:A-MOLL:LENTO-ALLEGRO CON BRIO
24. 	12 ETUDES. OP.25 NO.12:C-MOLL:ALLEGRO MOLTO CON FUOCO

Stanislav Bunin – piano

 

A mixed bag. A lyrical (and in some moments quite good and interesting, in particular 10.3, 10.5, 25.1, 25.2, 25.3) performance, Bunin plays slow and expressive with refinement (even if with some isolated heaviness here and there) but he's a lacking of agility and power in the faster pieces. --- rateyourmusic.com

 

Chopin's Études are the foundation of a new system of technical piano playing that was radical and revolutionary the first time they appeared. They are some of the most challenging and evocative pieces of all the works in concert piano repertoire. Because of this, the music remains popular and often performed in both concert and private stages.

Etudes Op.10. The first set of Études was published in 1833 (although some had been written as early as 1829). Chopin was twenty-three years old and already famous as a composer and pianist in the salons of Paris, where he made the acquaintance of Franz Liszt. Subsequently, Chopin dedicated the entire opus to him - "à son ami Franz Liszt".

Etudes Op.25. Chopin's second set of Études was published in 1837, and dedicated to Franz Liszt's mistress, Marie d'Agoult, the reasons for which are a matter of speculation.

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