album Mūza Rubackytė / Hortense Cartier-Bresson - International Liszt–Bartók Piano Competition, Budapest 1981 mp3 download

album Mūza Rubackytė / Hortense Cartier-Bresson - International Liszt–Bartók Piano Competition, Budapest 1981 mp3 download

Genre: Classical
Performer: Mūza Rubackytė
Album: International Liszt–Bartók Piano Competition, Budapest 1981
Released: 1982
MP3 version ZIP size: 1921 mb
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Franz Liszt International Piano Competition in Budapest is a long-standing competition founded by the Office of International Music Competitions in Budapest as one of 17 competitions under the flagship name of "Budapest International Music Competition. The Franz Liszt International Piano Competition debuted in 1933 under the leadership of Ernő Dohnányi of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, where the competition was held.

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Mūza Rubackytė (born May 19, 1959) is a Lithuanian pianist, currently residing in Vilnius and Paris. She holds various teaching positions at a number of educational institutions, including the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater in Vilnius, Conservatoire Rachmaninoff in Paris, Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow, Messiaen Academy of Music in the Netherlands

Budapest Piano Competition. The competition is open to musicians of any nationality born after October 13 1982. Aged 14, he won first prize in the Franz Liszt competition at the Academy of Music in Budapest, in 1947. He left Hungary in 1956, and settled in Switzerland. He made his débuts in the major cities of the West in 1960-61. He has subsequently resided in London. He made many recordings for Deutsche Grammophon, particularly of the Romantic repertoire, especially Frédéric Chopin, Franz Liszt and Sergei Rachmaninoff. As a conductor, Vásáry served as joint artistic director of the Northern Sinfonia from 1979 to 1982, sharing the post with Iván Fischer

In 1981, at 22, she took Grand Prize at the Liszt/Bartók International Competition in Budapest, a rapturously welcomed exposure to Western audiences leading to contracts for worldwide tours and championship by Antal Dorati - which came to nothing when her passport was withheld. Artists Related to Mûza Rubackyté.

Mûza Rubackyté (Piano). Born: May 19, 1959 - Kaunas, Lithuania. The Lithuanian pianist, Mûza Rubackyté (Moo-za Ru-but-skee-teh) was born into a family of musicians. There, she entered the prestigious Paris International Piano Competition and won its First Prize overwhelmingly. Originally, known as Triptyque, the competition was formed by the three great French composers: Ravel, Dukas and Roussel. In 2006, Mûza Rubackyté took on another challenge as was the Liszt Annees and this time, in her debut for the Brilliant Classics label, recorded a double CD of the highly demanding Dmitri Shostakovich’s 24 Preludes and Fugues released world wide in March 2007. In November 2007, her 14th CD, a recital, Muza Rubackyte Live in Marseille was released on the Lyrinx (FR) label.

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F-Moll Transzcendens Etűd No. 10 = Etude D'Éxécution Transcendante N° 10 En Fa Mineur
Composed By – Liszt Ferenc*Piano – Mūza Rubackytė
A1 Allegro Agitato Molto 4:13
Gisz-Moll Etűd Op. 8 No. 9 = Etude In G Sharp Minor
Composed By – Alexander Scriabin*Piano – Mūza Rubackytė
A2 Alla Ballata – Meno Vivo 4:14
A3 Két Elégia Op. 8/b = Two Elegies
Composed By – Bartók Béla*Piano – Mūza Rubackytė
B H-Moll Szonata = Sonata In B Minor
Composed By – Liszt Ferenc*Piano – Hortense Cartier-Bresson

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Hungaroton Studio
  • Recorded At – Liszt Ferenc Music Academy, Budapest


  • Edited By – Zoltán Kocsis
  • Engineer [Balance Engineer] – Endre Mosó (tracks: B), Sándor Kálmán* (tracks: A)
  • Photography By – Magda Máté
  • Producer [Recording Producer] – Ibolya Tóth (tracks: A), Tibor Erkel (tracks: B)


Nemzetközi Liszt–Bartók zongoraverseny
Mūza Rubackytė: II.díj = Second Prize
Hortense Cartier-Bresson: III.díj = Third Prize
(First prize was not awarded)

℗ 1982

Side A: Recorded at Hungaroton Studio, September 29, 1981
Side B: Recorded live by Hungarian Radio at the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music. September 26, 1981

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