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Classical - Released May 1, 2013 | Ensayo

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Classical - Released May 1, 2013 | Ensayo

Distinctions 4 étoiles du Monde de la Musique
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Classical - Released February 10, 1986 | Decca Music Group Ltd.

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Classical - Released August 27, 1984 | Decca Music Group Ltd.

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Classical - Released June 1, 1984 | Decca Music Group Ltd.

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Classical - Released October 17, 2014 | RCA Red Seal

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Classical - Released October 17, 2014 | RCA Red Seal

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Classical - Released January 1, 2014 | Decca Music Group Ltd.

Jorge Bolet was an avowed Romantic, happy to relax once the serious business of his recital was over. Like Moiseiwitsch, he could be mischievously enterprising, challenging his audience to guess the composer of this or that rare poetic jewel or confection or, like Rubinstein, he could affectionately confirm and recreate their favourites. With delightful old world charm, fleet of finger, yet ever conscious of the singing line, Bolet weaves pure magic in this collection of encores. After a long absence from the catalogue, this disc returns, now at budget price. (© Decca Music Group Limited / Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd.)
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Classical - Released October 17, 2014 | RCA Red Seal

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Classical - Released April 12, 2019 | SWR Classic

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Classical - Released January 1, 2014 | Decca Music Group Ltd.

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Classical - Released September 11, 2007 | Musical Concepts

The name of pianist Jorge Bolet is almost synonymous with the recorded works of Franz Liszt. Extremely active as a pedagogue in his earlier years, Bolet's recording legacy didn't truly hit its stride until the late '70s. This recording of the two Liszt concertos from 1979, therefore, marks the beginning of that chapter of Bolet's career and also the early conducting post of David Zinman with the Rochester Symphony Orchestra. Both of these concertos are a testament to Bolet's repute with Liszt. Shying away from a strictly technical or virtuosic interpretation of the two masterworks, Bolet's playing is filled with nuance, attention to the details of the score, and above all, musical insight. The second movement of the First Concerto in particular demonstrates the sentimental side of Liszt and Bolet's capacity to captivate and enthrall listeners with his long lines, lush harmonies, and warm sound. The Rochester Symphony Orchestra provides a splendid backdrop to Bolet's performance; balance between the orchestra and soloist always allows the piano to be heard without making the orchestra sound timid. Recorded nearly 20 years earlier, the sound quality in the B minor sonata is almost indistinguishable from the two concertos, a testament to the superb remastering. In the sonata, Bolet's playing is equally as passionate and musical, but somewhat weaker from a technical perspective with frequent wrong notes. © TiVo
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Classical - Released July 22, 1978 | Decca Music Group Ltd.

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Classical - Released April 1, 2014 | SWR Classic

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Classical - Released August 25, 1965 | Olympic Records