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Nov 21, 2009

Blechacz CD sites (Germany, Norway, Italy)

CD tips on German site
Rafał Blechacz "Chopin The Piano Concertos"

by Christian Rupp

"Clacked and sobbed yesterday - today, interpreters have long been pursuing the active, dynamic Chopin. Just like Rafał Blechacz. He takes the two piano-concertos of Chopin with virtually unbelievable youthful strength in his new album. This fits? And how! Blechacz shows the emotional content of these pieces also through same impetuous pressure, exuberant joy can break forth in an undreamt-of wave. A wave, that sweeps and fills with enthusiasm".

Original (German)
Please click on Rafał's picture.

Romantische Klaviermusik by Argerich, Ashkenazy, Blechacz, Pletnev, etc...
Launched on November 20.
Klassik Akzente

Welt Edition: 1.Polnische Seele im Exil
Chopin by Lang,L./Blechacz,R./Barenboim,D., etc...
To be launched on December 4.
Klassik Akzente

I found that (Germany) offers all the CDs by Blechacz, including CDs of compilation with other artists and Japan import versions.
For example,
Rafał Blechacz 1 for 2005 Chopin Competition, 1st & 2nd round stages except for Sonata No.3,

Rafał Blechacz 2 for 2005 Chopin Competition, final stage (Concerto in E minor) & Sonata No.3,

Piano Recital (Japanese CD title is "Heroic Polonaise"), debut CD by Blechacz, containing Schumann Sonata No.2, Liszt Concert Studies, Debussy Suite Bergamasque, Szymanowski Variations in B flat minor and Chopin Polonaise No.6.
(This debut CD is currently available in Poland, Japan and UK.) offers even Chopin Piano Concertos, Japan version

Blechacz CD site in Norway., connected to HMV, UK.

CD sites in Argentina, connected to

CD site in Italy, advertizing Blechacz's concerts in Italy in January, 2010.

"Pianist Rafał Blechacz is back to his beloved Chopin with an exceptional team: the Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by renowned Jerzy Semkow.
After his debut for Deutsche Grammophon with Chopin Preludes that have sold over 60,000 copies worldwide, the winner of the Chopin International Competition deals with these two legendary concertos with a recording that will soon become the reference in Chopin repertoire, heralding the coming 200th anniversary of the birth of the composer".

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