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Rachmaninoff Long Play

My quick 2 cents worth about Rachmaninoff! I feel that although he composed some of the most exquisite melodies, somehow he never quite “gets there”. In the way Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Chopin and Mozart (amongst others!) construct a melody/theme; and when they want to Climax – they do. Rachi, on the other hand, I feel, just almost takes us there!

Any comments?

Enjoy this Long Play.

Prelude Op. 23, #6

Sonata for Cello & piano

Italian Polka

Prelude Op. 32 #5

“Lilacs: Lilacs”

Melodie in E, Op. 3 #3

Four Pieces # 1

Merge Rachmaninoff