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This page lists all recordings of Prelude Op. 32 No. 4 in E minor by Sergey Vassilievich Rachmaninov (1873-1943).

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Miss Lympany’s performance is a remarkable achievement for which lover of piano music are deep in her debt. More…

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$9.00

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Moura Lympany: Decca Recordings 1951-1952: Rachmaninov & Khachaturian

Moura Lympany (piano)

New Symphony Orchestra of London & London Philharmonic Orchestra, Anthony Collins & Anatole Fistoulari

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11th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition

Antonio Pompa-Baldi & Maxim Philippov (piano silver medalists)

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Vassily Primakov Rachmaninoff Recital

Vassily Primakov (piano)

Primakov delivers some exceptionally fine Rachmaninov playing in this generously filled recital. All the necessary ingredients are in place from the opening barnstorming bars of the B flat major... More…

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Ashkenazy's account of Rachmaninov's preludes has much competition these days, but it's still a rewarding performance. There's an exciting depth to Ashkenazy's tone, the layering of colours... More…

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All these performances are graced with a fleet and unforced quality that tell a superior story to other more blistering and aggressive accounts. His pianistic ease and facility allow him many... More…

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$15.00

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Dame Moura Lympany plays Rachmaninov

Dame Moura Lympany (piano)

Philharmonia Orchestra, New Symphony Orchestra of London, Nikolai Malko, Anthony Collins

2 CDs

$15.25

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 Offer Rachmaninov: Complete Works for Piano

Vladimir Ashkenazy (piano), with André Previn (piano), with Vovka Ashkenazy (piano), Dody Ashkenazy (piano), Alastair Mackie (trumpet)

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Bernard Haitink

Perhaps the 1980s digital cycle of the concertos, with Bernard Haitink conducting, is not as instinctively sharp in its musical responses as Ashkenazy's earlier cycle with Previn, but his performances... More…

11 CDs

($56.00)$36.50

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