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Offline blackonwhite

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14th van cliburn repetoire
« on: July 26, 2015, 11:21:11 PM »
What did the top 3 finalists play for there semifinal recital and what concertos did they play in the finals I looked on the website and the internet but I could find anything.
The piano a string instrument controlled by means of percussion.

Offline evryali

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Re: 14th van cliburn repetoire
«Reply #1 on: August 10, 2015, 12:59:57 AM »
I agree I would like to know what they played.
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Wtc prelude and fugue no.16
Chopin nocturnes op.48

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Re: 14th van cliburn repetoire
«Reply #2 on: August 10, 2015, 06:40:50 AM »
Kholodenko:
Not sure about everything, but ALL of Liszts teanscendental etudes and Franck quintet.
Concertos- Prok 3 and Mozart 21

Rana:
Chopin 24 preludes was one of the things. And Schumann quintet.
Concertos- Beethoven 3 and Prok 2nd

Sean Chen:
Bach French Suite 5, some Ligeti etudes, Petrushka. And Brahms quintet
Concertos- Rach 3, Beethoven 5

They also all played the commissioned piece of course- Theofanidis' Birichino.
And btw, you can still find their semifinal performances on the Cliburn's channel, I believe. 



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