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Harriet Cohen - Cohen Plays Bax album download
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Harriet Cohen - Cohen Plays Bax album download

Performer:
Harriet Cohen
Album:
Cohen Plays Bax
Style:
Concerto,Chamber Music
Genre:
Duration:
01:16:27
MP3 archive size:
1705 mb
FLAC archive size:
1410 mb
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Harriet Pearl Alice Cohen CBE (2 December 1895 – 13 November 1967) was a British pianist. Harriet Cohen was born in London and studied piano at the Royal Academy of Music under Tobias Matthay, having won the Ada Lewis scholarship at the age of 12 followed by the Sterndale Bennett Prize in 1913. She made her debut at a Chappell's Sunday concert at the Queen's Hall a year later. Her first major appearance was in 1920 when she appeared at the Wigmore Hall in a joint recital with the tenor John Coates.

Sir Arnold Bax (1883-1953) -Paean (1920) Played by Harriet Cohen Recorded in London 7 July 1938 The piece is a bit silly (I think so), but it is just another rare recording of the great Harriet Cohen. Harriet Cohen : Harriet Cohen plays Arnold Bax - Paean. 27 March 18. Sir Arnold Bax (1883-1953) -Paean (1920) Played by Harriet Cohen Recorded in London 7 July 1938. The piece is a bit silly (I think so), but it is just another rare recording of the great Harriet Cohen

Profile: British pianist (2 December 1895 – 13 November 1967).

Harriet Cohen made her first public appearance as a solo pianist at the age of 13. She then engaged in a successful career in England, both as a soloist with major orchestras and in chamber music concerts. Small hands limited her repertory, but she quickly made a reputation as a Bach player and also played many contemporarily composers. She played at the Salzburg Contemporary Music Festival in 1924, at the Coolidge Festival, Chicago

Harriet Cohen is best know of her relationships, Illustrated by Helen Fry and her book Music & Men - the Life and Loves of Harriet Cohen

Harriet Cohen (1895-1967) was one of the leading British pianists of her age, but her unusually small hands ( I cannot normally cover more than eight notes with each hand ) led her naturally to specialize in intimate classical and pre-classical works, rather than in any thundering octaves of nineteenth-century piano music. She was peerless in Mozart and Bach. Cohen as a person was alluring both on- and offstage, and legion were those who fell under her spell - musicians and others alike. To Edward Elgar she was Harrietinachen, and for William Walton my dear, sweet, neglected Harriet.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Winter Legends, sinfonia concertante for piano & orchestra
1 1. Allegro Harriet Cohen 14:14
2 2. Lento, molto espressivo Harriet Cohen 13:36
3 3. Molto moderato - Allegro molto Harriet Cohen 7:45
4 - Epilogue (Molto cantabile) Harriet Cohen 4:24
5 A Mountain Mood, melody & variations for piano Harriet Cohen 4:37
6 A Hill Tune, for piano Harriet Cohen 4:50
Sonata for viola & piano
7 1. Molto moderato - Allegro Harriet Cohen 11:12
8 2. Allegro energico ma non troppo presto Harriet Cohen 6:55
9 3. Molto Lento Harriet Cohen 8:54