FalseC2Highlights of the 2005 and 2009 Chicago International Piano Competition including the concerto prizes won by the four finalists.Contains a concerto by Shostakovich. All standard tuning and clef signs. Instrumental Score, Robert Taub, Shostakovich, Chicago, 11/28/2005. - Edited and compiled by Chappell & Co, Inc.CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY.This is the official music score, endorsed by the Copyright Clearance Center. A copy of the copyright clearance center's copyright document should be included with every score.Additional Information.A three-movement piano concerto that contrasts the soloist with the full orchestra. "The concerto is dedicated to the memory of my good friend and teacher Alfred Horsley, who has died in England."Shostakovich, "March" for solo piano C1. Opus number 56. Performed at the International Piano Competition in Chicago in 2005.Performance Time: 4'00"The first movement is in sonata form with the exposition framed by the bassoon solo. The slow introduction gives the listeners a taste of the sonata form. The development begins with a solo for piano, which is contrasted with the rest of the orchestra. The recapitulation returns to the opening material and is followed by the "forte" movement, marked "Scherzo." The finale begins with the tonic major third, which is followed by a pattern of ascending minor thirds, giving a feeling of happiness. "The last movement is an agitato and is in free form. This is something special, and I have not heard it since I performed it at the Institute of Sonoraphonics in Russia." Shostakovich, "Concerto for piano and orchestra" C major, Opus 57, Est.1937. Performed at the Chicago International Piano Competition in 2009.Performance Time: 3'38"
Gershwin Piano Concerto in Fsharp Minor (Fsharp Minor)Book & CD by Irving Lowens. First performance in full on April 26, 1946. A solo piano arrangement was published by Joseph Schillinger in 1950.Instrumental Score.Chappell & Co, Inc.12" x 8.5", 37 pages in 16 parts.CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY.This is the official music score, endorsed by the Copyright Clearance Center. A copy of the copyright clearance center's copyright document should be included with every score.Additional Information.The first movement is in sonata form with a dominant pedal. The key signature is Fsharp minor. The development begins with a slow introduction that gives the listener a feel for the form. The first movement is a meditation on the Fsharp minor chord. The recapitulation returns to the opening material and is followed by the second movement, marked "Allegro Molto Vivace." The second movement features a contrast between 0b46394aab