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The Operatic Pianist, Vol. 2

Andrew Wright

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1
Réminiscences de "Norma", Op. 20 (after V. Bellini)
Alfred Jaëll; Andrew Wright
11:17
Il pirata  
2
Col sorriso d'innocenza (arr. by A. Wright for Piano)
Vincenzo Bellini; Andrew Wright; Andrew Wright
3:06
3
Andante Finale for the Left Hand "Lucia di Lammermoor", Op. 13 (After G. Donizetti)
Theodor Leschetizky; Andrew Wright
5:04
4
Fantasia on "Moses", Op. 33 (After G. Rossini)
Sigismond Thalberg; Andrew Wright
15:21
Aus "Lohengrin", S. 446  
5
No. 3. Lohengrins Verweis an Elsa (after R. Wagner)
Franz Liszt; Andrew Wright
4:37
6
Paraphrase on "Miserere" from "Il Trovatore" (after G. Verdi)
Andrew Wright; Andrew Wright
5:30
12 Transcriptions, Op. 6  
7
No. 1. Cavatine de "Robert le diable" (after G. Meyerbeer)
Theodor Kullak; Andrew Wright
5:07
8
La mort de "Thaïs" (after J. Massenet)
Camille Saint-Saëns; Andrew Wright
8:45
9
Phantasiestück über Motive aus "Rienzi", S. 439 (after R. Wagner)
Franz Liszt; Andrew Wright
7:57
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:44
This is the second volume in The Operatic Pianist series from Scottish pianist Andrew Wright. An exploration of the 19th-century practice of transcribing operatic tunes for performance on both the concert stage and in the domestic parlour, this volume sees Wright bring to life arias from Verdi's Il Trovatore, Bellini's Norma and Wagner's Rienzi as arranged by Liszt, Saint-Saëns, Thalberg, and Wright himself.
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