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Aram Khachaturian

Aram Khachaturian - Piano Concerto in D Flat Major - Cover

Piano Concerto in D Flat Major (Berezovsky)

(1936, Warner Classics) Armenie.

I won’t go back in details in his biography, but Aram Khachaturian didn’t compose a lot of concertos.

Anyway I loved that one and it inspired me a lot on my own Duokaitettarakontaphobia Concerto.

That record I bought is performed by Boris Berezeovsky, a famous russian pianist.

What I like in that Piano Concerto, is a good mix of technical parts, melancolia and many different melodies.

The best part in my opinion is at 9:42 until the end of the first movement, terrific !

You have to listen to it.

You may notice that on that record there is too the first piano concerto by Tchaikovsky. Ok Pyotr got a cool russian name and knows how to play the piano but his first concerto sucks.

That’s it.




1. I. Allegro Maestoso
2. III. Allegro Brillante
3. II. Andante Con Anima

 You can listen to the concerto here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YVPdqUH1q8

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