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Lili Kraus - The Complete Parlophone, Ducretet-Thomson, Les Discophiles Francais Recordings, 1933-1958, 31CD - 2014
2014 | Classical
MP3 320 Kbps | 4,94 Gb

A pianist whose work transcended time, Lili Kraus was a Hungarian musician with a love for Viennese classics. Kraus made a career from an early age, performing internationally from the age of 18 and becoming a professor at age 20. She was not only a great solo artist, but was a renowned collaborator. As described in Gramophone, ""Her superb playing in various violin sonatas by Beethoven and Mozart set standards that have not been matched since the 1930's.

While the outstanding reputation of the Hungarian-born pianist Lili Kraus was built on a comparatively narrow repertoire of Viennese classics (Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert), her experience as a musician and as a human being was of extraordinary breadth.

A pupil of such towering figures as Béla Bartók, Zoltán Kodály and Artur Schnabel, she made an international career from the age of 18, becoming a professor at the Vienna Conservatory at the age of 20, and over the years she lived in Europe (Austria, Italy, UK, Germany, France) and the USA - where she died in 1986, having given her final concert in 1982- but also in New Zealand, Australia and South Africa.

It was while touring Indonesia in 1943 that she and her family were captured by Japanese forces, and she subsequently spent three years in prison camps, where studying her repertoire in her head helped her to survive hard labour. As she said: "Stimulating unsuspected resources of courage, my faith and the music vibrating in me saved me. That energy would never leave me again." She relaunched her career after the War in Australasia, before returning to Europe (1948) and then moving to South Africa for a period. In the 1950s, she spent much time in France and moved for a time to London, but finally settled in the US in 1967.

Her long recording career spanned the eras of the 78, the mono LP and the stereo LP. All the recordings in this 31-CD anthology date from a 25-year period on either side of World War II - 1933-1958. In addition to many solo recordings, they document her collaboration with two major violinists who had led great European orchestras: in Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn with the Polish-American Simon (Szymon) Goldberg, who spent four years as leader of the Berlin Philharmonic before ostracisation by the Nazis, and in Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert with Willi Boskovsky, famed for his association with the Vienna Philharmonic. In 2006, Gramophone, affirming the durability of her achievement, wrote: "Her superb playing in various violin sonatas by Beethoven and Mozart set standards that have not been matched since the 1930s," In addition to works by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert, the anthology includes music by Chopin, Brahms and Bartók.

This collection gathers together all the recordings Kraus made for three separate labels - Parlophone, Ducretet-Thomson and Discophiles Français. 80% of them have never before been made available on CD in Europe, and all tracks have been re-mastered in 24 BIT / 96 kHz, which represents a significant gain in audio quality over any previous releases.

The New York Times' critic Harold C. Schonberg described Lili Kraus as ''a pianist with taste, skill and heart". In an interview in 1969 she spoke thus of her approach to her art: "In the really great works of music even a scale has something to say. And I assure myself the luxury of playing only the great works of music ... A great interpretation must go far beyond not only the instrument but the music itself, and great music tries to manifest nothing less than the cosmos. This cosmos includes all that exists: the music of the spheres in all its appearances, whether water, wind, bird noise, storm, lightning, thunder, or the sweetest rustling of the leaf. Great composers like Bach, Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven, of course, had such fine perception, and heard these things within themselves so clearly, that they could give them immortal form."

CD 1 - 6 THE MOZART PIANO WORKS

CD 7 - 12 MOZART SONATAS PIANO / VIOLIN

CD 13 - 14 MOZART Complete TRIOS

CD 15 MOZART piano & orchestra concertos

CD 16 HAYDN piano sonatas

CD 17 - 19 BEETHOVEN Complete Violin / Piano Sonatas

CD 20 BEETHOVEN piano sonatas

CD 21 BEETHOVEN / BRAHMS

CD 22 HAYDN / SCHUBERT

CD 23 SCHUBERT

CD 24 to 31 Complete ODEON-PARLOPHONE : 1933-1948

Bartok, Bela
Romanian folk dances (6) for piano, Sz56 BB68
Rondos on Slovak Folktunes, BB92

Beethoven, Ludwig van
Eroica Variations, op.35
Piano Sonata no.17 in D minor, op.31 no.2 'Tempest'
Piano Sonata no.21 in C major, op.53 'Waldstein'
Piano Sonata no.30 in E major, op.109
Violin Sonatas 1-10 (complete)

Brahms, Johannes
Fantasias (7), op.116: no.4 Intermezzo in E major
Intermezzi (3), op.117: no.1 in E flat major; no.2 in B flat minor
Klavierstucke (4), op.119: no.2 Intermezzo in E minor
Klavierstucke (8), op.76: no.2 Capriccio in B minor
Rhapsodies (2), op.79: no.1 in B minor
Variations on a theme by Schumann in F sharp minor, op.9

Chopin, Frederic
Impromptu no.2 in F sharp major, op.36
Preludes (24), op.28: no.4 in E minor
Waltzes (19): no.14 in E minor, B56, KK IVa:15, P1:15

Haydn, Franz Joseph

Piano Sonata no.31 in A flat major, Hob.XVI:46
Piano Sonata no.32 in G minor, Hob.XVI:44
Piano Sonata no.53 in E minor, Hob.XVI:34
Piano Sonata no.59 in E flat major, Hob.XVI:49
Piano Sonata no.62 in E flat major, Hob.XVI:52
Piano Trio no.40 in F sharp minor, Hob.XV:26
Piano Trio no.43 in C major, Hob.XV:27
Piano Trio no.45 in E flat major, Hob.XV:29
Variations in F minor, HobXVII:6

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Adagio and Rondeau in C minor, K617
Adagio in B minor, K540
Allegro in G minor, K312
Divertimento (Piano Trio) in B flat major, K254
Fantasia in C minor, K396
Fantasia in C minor, K475
Fantasia in D minor, K397
Gigue in G major, K574
Minuet in D major, KV355
Piano Concerto no.18 in B flat major, K456
Piano Concerto no.20 in D minor, K466
Piano Concerto no.9 in E flat major, K271 'Jeunehomme'
Piano Sonata no.1 in C major, K279
Piano Sonata no.10 in C major, K330
Piano Sonata no.11 in A major, K331
Piano Sonata no.12 in F major, K332
Piano Sonata no.13 in B flat major, K333
Piano Sonata no.14 in C minor, K457
Piano Sonata no.16 in C major, K545
Piano Sonata no.17 in B flat major, K570
Piano Sonata no.18 in D major, K576
Piano Sonata no.2 in F major, K280
Piano Sonata no.3 in B flat major, K281
Piano Sonata no.4 in E flat major, K282
Piano Sonata no.5 in G major, K283
Piano Sonata no.6 in D major, K284
Piano Sonata no.7 in C major, K309
Piano Sonata no.8 in A minor, K310
Piano Sonata no.9 in D major, K311
Piano Trio in B flat major, K502
Piano Trio in D major, K442
Piano Trio in E major, K542
Piano Trio no.1 in G major, K496
Piano Trio no.5 in C major, K548
Piano Trio no.6 in G major, K564
Quintet for Piano and Wind, K452
Rondo in A minor, K511
Rondo in D major, K485
Trio for clarinet, piano and viola no.2 in E flat major, K498 'Kegelstatt'
Variations (10) in G major on 'Unser dummer Pobel meint', K455
Variations (12) on 'La Belle Francoise', K353
Variations (6) in F major on 'Salve tu, Domine' by Paisiello, K398
Variations (8) in A major on 'Come un agnello' from 'Fra i due litiganti', K460
Violin Sonata in C major, K56
Violin Sonata in C minor, K59
Violin Sonata in E flat major, K58
Violin Sonata in E minor, K60
Violin Sonata in F major, K55
Violin Sonata in F major, K57
Violin Sonata no.1 in C major, K6
Violin Sonata no.12 in G major, K27
Violin Sonata no.17 in C major, K296
Violin Sonata no.22 in A major, K305
Violin Sonata no.23 in D major, K306
Violin Sonata no.24 in F major, K376
Violin Sonata no.25 in F major, K377
Violin Sonata no.26 in B flat major, K378
Violin Sonata no.27 in G major, K379
Violin Sonata no.28 in E flat major, K380
Violin Sonata no.29 in A major, K402
Violin Sonata no.30 in C major, K403
Violin Sonata no.31 in C major, K404 (unfinished)
Violin Sonata no.32 in B flat major, K454
Violin Sonata no.33 in E flat major, K481
Violin Sonata no.35 in A major, K526
Violin Sonata no.36 in F major, K547

Schubert, Franz
Divertissement a la Hongroise, D818
Impromptus (4), op.142 D935: no.3 in B flat major
Impromptus (4), op.90 D899: no.2 in E flat major
Piano Sonata no.14 in A minor, D784
Piano Sonata no.16 in A minor, D845
Polonaises (6), D824
Sonatina in A minor, D385 op.posth.137 no.2
Sonatina in D major, D384 op.posth.137 no.1
Sonatina in G minor, D408 op.posth.137 no.3
Valses nobles (12), op.77 D969
Variations in B flat major, op.82 no.2 D968a
Waltzes (12), Landler (17) and Ecossaises (9), op.18 D145: Landler nos 1-9 & 11

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