Beethoven The Complete Piano Concertos

Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra & Jan Willem de Vriend - Beethoven: The Complete Piano Concertos (2017)

Hannes Minnaar, The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra & Jan Willem de Vriend - Beethoven: The Complete Piano Concertos
Classical, Orchestral | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 169:47 min | 389 MB
Label: Challenge Classics | Tracks: 15 | Rls.date: 2017

Here is the box containing Beethoven’s five Piano Concertos performed by Hannes Minnaar and The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Jan Willem de Vriend.
So far two single volumes had been issued: while the one including Concertos nos. 4 & 5 was acclaimed by Gramophone as: "beginning a Beethoven cycle with the Fourth and Fifth Concertos is a bold move but one that pays off in all sorts of ways", the same magazine welcomed the disc with Concertos nos. 1 & 2 for “its pleasing mix of finesse and drive”.
Ludwig van Beethoven - The Complete Piano Concertos (Kissin/Davis/LSO - 2008, EMI)

Ludwig van Beethoven - The Complete Piano Concertos (Kissin/Davis/LSO - 2008, EMI)
Genre: Classical Piano Concertos | 3 CD | EAC & FLAC (CUE+LOG) | Complete Covers & PDF | 739 MB
2007 recording, 2008 release | Publisher: EMI Classics 5099920631123
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Beethoven - The Complete Piano Sonatas on Period Instruments (10CD BoxSet) (1997)

Beethoven - The Complete Piano Sonatas on Period Instruments (10CD BoxSet) (1997)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 11:28:36 | 3,4 Gb
Genre: Classical | Label: Claves Records | Catalog: CD 50-9707/10

Now many of the world’s most serious and significant pianists (Schnabel, Serkin, Brendel, Goode, etc.) have devoted a great deal of thoughtful study to the Beethoven sonatas; in general, performance of this music represents a level of erudition and deep contemplation probably unequaled by the works of any other mainstream composer. Serious pianists study every aspect of these works in minute detail; virtually everything is taken into account except those instruments which inspired Beethoven, and which he had in mind when he composed.

Murray Perahia - Mozart: The Complete Piano Concertos (12CDs, 2006)  Music

Posted by Discograf_man at Feb. 3, 2017
Murray Perahia - Mozart: The Complete Piano Concertos (12CDs, 2006)

Murray Perahia - Mozart: The Complete Piano Concertos (12CDs, 2006)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1.60 GB
Label: Sony Music Classical | Release Year: 2006

Recorded over 13 years between 1975 and 1988, Murray Perahia's cycle of the complete piano concertos of Mozart, including the concert rondos and double concertos, remains perhaps the most enduring monument to his art. What is it about Perahia's art, some skeptics might ask, that is worth enduring? For one thing, as this 12-disc set amply demonstrates, there is his incredible tone. Clear as a bell, bright as the sky, and deep as the ocean, Perahia's tone is not only one of the wonders of the age, it's admirably suited to the pellucid loveliness of Mozart's music.
Piers Lane, Tasmanian SO, Howard Shelley - Williamson: The Complete Piano Concertos (2014) [24/96] REPOST

Piers Lane, Tasmanian SO, Howard Shelley - Williamson: The Complete Piano Concertos (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 116:23 minutes | 1,97 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

A real rarity from Hyperion's Anglo-Australian artistic collaboration: music by an Australian composer who was once at the heart of the English establishment. Malcolm Williamson was one of many Australian creative artists who relocated to Britain in the mid-twentieth century. This double-album set of the complete Piano Concertos is therefore an important document as well as a compendium of deeply appealing music. Williamson wrote with a generosity of emotion and melodic flair rare in the mid-twentieth century, in a forward-looking idiom. Piers Lane, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and Howard Shelley are the ideal performers of these unjustly neglected works.
Ludwig van Beethoven - The Five Piano Concertos (1997) 3CD [Alfred Brendel, James Levine]

Ludwig van Beethoven - The Five Piano Concertos (1997) 3CD
Alfred Brendel, piano; Chicago Symphony Orchestra, conducted by James Levine

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 784 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 445 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Philips | # 456 045-2 | Time: 02:54:44

Recorded live in 1983, Alfred Brendel's third go-round with these works drastically improves on his previous Beethoven concerto cycles. He finds a calmer, more direct route to the Emperor Concerto, although the Fourth's first movement is still pock-marked with finicky phrase adjustments that pull focus from the music's poetic arcs. Levine provides sympathetic and alert support, yet is much more than a mere deferential accompanist.
Sergey Rachmaninov - The Complete Piano Concertos and Paganini Rhapsody (2007) [The Russian Piano Tradition]

Sergey Rachmaninov - The Complete Piano Concertos and Paganini Rhapsody (2007) [The Russian Piano Tradition]
The First Soviet Recordings: Sviatoslav Richter, Yakov Zak, Lev Oborin

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 462 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 380 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Appian Publications & Recordings | # APR 6005 | Time: 02:24:36

It's a wonderful treat to find an album whose interest rests equally on its musical as well as historical merits. As such, the present two-disc sets of the complete Rachmaninoff concertos and Paganini Rhapsody cannot be beat. The three pianists heard here – Richter, Zak, and Oborin – represent the pinnacle of postwar Russian pianists. Richter is most likely the one still known to the majority of American listeners. But Zak (who was immensely influential not only as a performer but as a pedagogue) and Oborin (who was the first winner of the Chopin Competition) were recognized equally during their lifetimes. All three had a profound and obvious command of Rachmaninoff, and the performances heard here clearly demonstrate this fact.
Ronald Brautigam - Beethoven: The Complete Piano Sonatas (2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/44,1/88,2kHz] RE-UP

Ronald Brautigam - Beethoven: The Complete Piano Sonatas (2014)
9 Releases | FLAC (tracks) 24bit/44,1/88,2 kHz | Time - 654:22 minutes | 7,21 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Covers & Digital booklets

Dutch pianist Ronald Brautigam divides his interpretive energies equally between the fortepiano and the conventional concert grand. Born in Amsterdam, Brautigam first studied with Dutch pianist Jan Wijn and later studies took him to the U.K. and to America, where he took classes with Rudolf Serkin. Brautigam first came to prominence in 1984 when he was awarded the Netherlands Music Prize, the highest distinction the Netherlands bestows on musicians.
Mari Kodama - Beethoven: The Complete Piano Sonatas (2014) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Mari Kodama - Beethoven: The Complete Piano Sonatas (2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 622:28 minutes | 11 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Covers & Digital booklet

The waiting has finally paid off: the complete Beethoven piano sonata cycle has finally arrived. Japanese pianist Mari Kodama is only the fourth woman to have recorded all of Beethoven's sonatas (Pizzicato). Although not the first with this achievement, the very idea that an artist can play this music and still introduce a new perspective, as Kodama so often proves with her performances, is astonishing.

Beethoven - The Complete Piano Sonatas (2012) [3 Full Blu-ray]  Music

Posted by -=Sn!pEr=- at Sept. 24, 2014
Beethoven - The Complete Piano Sonatas (2012) [3 Full Blu-ray]

Beethoven - The Complete Piano Sonatas (2012) [3 Blu-ray]
Full BluRay 1:1 | BDMV | 1080p MPEG-4 AVC @ 19991 kbps; 23,976 fps | 04:02:13 + 03:59:37 + 03:17:30 | 39.8 GB + 41.5 GB + 33.7 GB
Audio1: LPCM 2.0 / 48 kHz / 1536 kbps / 16-bit
Genre: Classical

The complete Beethoven Piano sonatas Edition on 3 Blu-ray discs will be released in November, together with the first of 5 DVDs with Sonatas 1-6. In this recording, seven-time GRAMMY Award-winning pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim tackles the so-called ‘New Testament’ of music, Ludwig van Beethoven’s thirty-two piano sonatas. Composed over twenty-five years and embodying the shift of musical taste from the Classic to the Romantic, their performance requires a musician of extraordinary versatility. Barenboim is one such pianist – his recordings run the gamut from Bach and Mozart to Bruckner and Bartók. In following in the footsteps of such masters as Artur Schnabel, Barenboim truly shows himself to be among the greatest living musicians.