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Piano concerto collection no. 10

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Usko Meriläinen (b 1930)  -  Piano Concerto (1955)
Rhondda Gillespie, piano
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Walter Süsskind
from lp Philips 802 854 LY  (from the late 60s)


Olli Mustonen (b. 1967)
Fantasia for piano and string orchestra (1985)
Olli Mustonen
Avanti Chamber Orchestra
Hannu Lintu, cond.


Concierto Vasco for Piano and Orchestra (1946) by Francisco Escudero
("Basque Concerto")
Martin Imaz, Piano
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
May 4, 1951
From the collection of Karl Miller


Pedro Vilarroig (born 1954) - Concerto for pianoforte and orchestra (1990?):

MP3 file extracted from a video broadcast of a public concert in 2008; duration twenty-nine minutes. Luis Fernando Pérez (pianoforte), with the Neotonarte Symphony Orchestra conducted by Antonio Palmer Aparicio.
Three movements: Moderato, Largo, and Allegro Vivace.
"Neo-tonality"; Brahms would have found it old-fashioned.


Sulkhan Nasidze(1927-96):
Piano Concerto No.2(1961):
Tengiz Amiredzhibi(piano) and the USSR State Symphony Orchestra(E. Khurodze)


M. Partshaladze ( 1924 - )
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra  Op 12
Lazar Berman, piano
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
E. Svetlanov, conductor
1.   Moderato e molto risoluto
2.   Andante ma non troppo
3.   Allegro vivo


Otar Gordeli  (1928-1994)
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
Alexander Iokheles, Piano
Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra
A. Gauk, conductor
Otar Gordeli (November 18, 1928–1994) was born in Tbilisi.


Nina Karnitskaya (1906-1981)
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra
Betty Fridman, piano
North Ossetian Sym Orch
P. Yadykh, conductor


A. Balanchivadze
Concerto No 3 for Piano and String Orchestra
L Oborin, piano
Boris Khaikin, conductor
USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra


A.M. Balanchivadze
Piano Concerto No 4
Alexei Cherkasov, piano
USSR Radio Symphony Orchestra
G. Provatorov, conductor

xxxx  (PfConc #1)  (PfConc #2)  (PfConc #3)
Otar Taktakishvili  (1924 - 1989)
USSR Radio and TV Large Symphony Orchestra
Otar  Taktakishvili, conducting


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