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Gilels - At Carnegie Hall album

  • Performer: Gilels
  • Genre: Classical
  • Title: At Carnegie Hall
  • MP3 version size: 1923 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1951 mb
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This is a LP transfer of Emil Gilels' Carnegie Hall recital on 2 February 1969

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Artist: Gilels, Emil Title: At The Carnegie Hall Genre: Classical Type: Used - LP Label: Melodiya Catalog ID: CM 04203-6 Country: Russia Our ID: 139998. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.

Gilels was a stocky man with a shock of sandy hair and short, stubby fingers, uncharacteristic for a pianist. But his greatness was widely recognized. Howard Taubman of The New York Times proclaimed him a ''great pianist'' on the occasion of his New York debut at Carnegie Hall on Oct. 4, 1955. After his first New York recital a week later, Harold C. Schonberg invoked the phrase ''little giant,'' the term the critic W. J. Henderson had used for the pianist and composer Eugen d'Albert at the turn of the century

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