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Mozart Concertos for the Piano

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Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics Vol. 664

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Concertos for the Piano

Critically Revised, and the Orchestral Accompaniment arranged for a Second Piano by Isidor Philipp and others.

John Barstow studied piano and composition at the Royal College of Music with Cyril Smith and Bernard Stevens, winning all the major awards for solo and concerto playing. In 1961, his winning of the first NFMS Award, along with his Wigmore Hall debut, launched an international career. The Times reported the “debut of a fine British pianist – cause for patriotic cheers! His Promenade debut was made playing Rachmaninoff’s Second Concerto. He plays a notably wide-ranging repertoire, from Byrd to Boulez, and his career has included several first performances. He has broadcast widely, and travels extensively giving masterclasses and serving on international piano juries. He has been a Professor in the RCM for over 40 years, and was elected a Fellow of the College in its centenary year. Included in a long list of distinguished former students is Barry Douglas, outright winner of the 1986 Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow. John Barstow was appointed MBE in the 2006 Queen’s Birthday Honours, for services to music education.

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Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics Vol. 664

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Concertos for the Piano

Critically Revised, and the Orchestral Accompaniment arranged for a Second Piano by Isidor Philipp and others.

John Barstow studied piano and composition at the Royal College of Music with Cyril Smith and Bernard Stevens, winning all the major awards for solo and concerto playing. In 1961, his winning of the first NFMS Award, along with his Wigmore Hall debut, launched an international career. The Times reported the “debut of a fine British pianist – cause for patriotic cheers! His Promenade debut was made playing Rachmaninoff’s Second Concerto. He plays a notably wide-ranging repertoire, from Byrd to Boulez, and his career has included several first performances. He has broadcast widely, and travels extensively giving masterclasses and serving on international piano juries. He has been a Professor in the RCM for over 40 years, and was elected a Fellow of the College in its centenary year. Included in a long list of distinguished former students is Barry Douglas, outright winner of the 1986 Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in Moscow. John Barstow was appointed MBE in the 2006 Queen’s Birthday Honours, for services to music education.

http://www.pianolotmusic.com/past-tutors/

Certification:
Non-certificated
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Type:
Music

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