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Chopin: Nocturnes Complete Elisabeth Leonskaja. Chopin: Intégrale des Valses. Alexandre Tharaud. 40 Most Beautiful Classical Masterpieces. Various Artists. 40 Most Beautiful Piano Classics. Chopin: Nocturnes. Arthur Rubinstein. Chopin: 27 Études. Elisabeth Leonskaja, a noted protégée of the great Russian pianist Sviatoslav Richter, recorded this complete set of Frédéric Chopin's Nocturnes between 1991 and 1992 for Teldec, and this 2007 reissue on the subsidiary Apex label presents the same tracks without remastering. Praised for her thorough command of the keyboard, brilliant virtuosity, and technical polish, Leonskaja is perhaps best known for her performances of the concerto repertoire, but she is also quite sensitive and expressive in these poetic character pieces, which are some of the most introspective and subtle that Chopin composed. NOTE : I do not own any copyrights to this. Elisabeth Leonskaja - Chopin Nocturnes, op. 9 No. 2 in E flat major Andante. My favorite tune of free to Elisabeth Leonskaja Chopin : Nocturnes Nocturne No. 1 in B flat minor Op. 9 No. 1, Nocturne No. 2 in E-Flat Major, Op. 9 and more. 21 tracks 125:31. Elisabeth Leonskaja. Nocturne No. 1 in B-Flat Minor, Op. 9, No. Chopin: Nocturne No. Preview Preview. 105 tracks105. Follow Elisabeth Leonskaja and others on SoundCloud. Elisabeth Leonskaja born November 23, 1945 In Russian: Елизавета Ильинична Леонская is a Soviet and Austrian pianist. She was born to a family of Jewish and Polish extraction living in Tbilisi, then the capital of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic. When Leonskaja was six and a half, her parents were able to buy her her first upright piano. At 7, she passed the entrance to one of Tbilisi's sixty music schools. At 11, she gave her orchestral debut with Beethoven's Piano Concerto in C Major. Elisabeth Leonskaja's reissued Chopin Nocturnes are - from first to last - unhurriedly beautiful in the grand romantic late 19th century style, more reminiscent of Rubinstein and Freire than Pires and Pollini, incorporating rather deliberate and expansive rubato that will not be to everyone's taste. For example, the f-sharp minor Nocturne, Op. 15, No. 2, almost loses its Chopinesque way entirely and only just avoids morphing into something altogether Debussian But this is an extreme example - and a very personal quibble - and should in no way dissuade you from adding thi