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Vladimir Horowitz unreleased live recordings 1966-1983 
Limited Edition 

Sony Music Japan limited benefits <Japanese Special booklet> 
※ This booklet will be a privilege to be sealed only to goods that are 
shipped from Sony Music Japan International. (Japan production) 

Limited Edition 50CD 
Specifications: 
• Each disk is hard cover separate manual with the inclusion · LP size 
paper jacket (all color, all 90 pages) 
- For housing lid-off box size: Side 30.2cm, vertical 30.2cm, height 
7.0cm 
Weight: 3.2kg 

● Horowitz is 25 times solo recital which was carried out in major 
cities and London throughout the United States from 1966 through 1983 
(and the concerto one song) the world's first box set was the 
culmination of the live recording to CD50 week. 
● Horowitz Estate and Horowitz archives authorize release of the full 
cooperation of Yale University. 
● CD50 sheets of most of the world's first sale. 
● Sony Classical Archives storage of regular original analog master 
(RCA and Columbia sound source) from paying close attention to remix 
and 24bit / 96kHz remastered. 
● There was no in discography of Horowitz to this, "Carnival" of 
Schumann, Etude No. 22 of Chopin "octave" (10 works 25), recorded the 
"Prelude for the left hand" of Scriabin. 
● track list of songs, such as letters and sign by Horowitz, with all 
90 pages separate manual for the hard cover of material value-packed. 

2013 Following the caused a sensation been released from Sony 
Classical "Vladimir Horowitz Live at Carnegie Hall" (CD41 sheets + 
DVD1 sheets = 42 sheets set), the 20th century maximum of pianist, 
only Vladimir Horowitz Limited box set of 50 sheets of a collection of 
announcement recording appeared. 
Horowitz was to say what "people live." In front of an audience that 
has embraced the excitement and expectations what, Horowitz by the 
overwhelming virtuosity, the color sense of ever-changing from the 
piano, and was was able to bring out the delicate nuances. In that 
sense, what Horowitz of "live" is a once-in-a-lifetime chance, to 
again be the same song the same way was not be repelled. Columbia and 
RCA is, Horowitz is performed as much as possible live recording so as 
not to miss the valuable opportunity to open the recital, which was 
edited from the sound source has been released as LP with the approval 
of the ante-mortem Horowitz. This box set, as well as the "Live at 
Carnegie Hall" of the last, these live recording sound source, is what 
was recorded in was played in the actual recital order, to remain CD 
of non-editing. applause and when Horowitz appeared, between songs 
have also been directly reproduced, it is possible to vividly 
experience a number of legendary recital of Horowitz at home just, 
let's say that once-in-a-lifetime valuable release. 
DISC1 ~ 18 is, over the 1966 - 1968, Yale University, the City 
University of New York, Washington, Boston, Chicago, the entire 
repertoire of nine solo recital, which was held in Philadelphia, 
Encore also including Colombia was recorded It is the sound source. 
May 9, 1965, hit at a time when Horowitz that was restored by 
performing a recital at Carnegie Hall as a "Historic Return" for the 
first time in 12 years has resumed in earnest performance activity, 
the 40th anniversary of the United States debut in 1968 and such 
celebrate, we did was to show off playing survived the fat. Piano 
Sonata No. 48 of Haydn in Omagari, Piano Sonata No. 28 of Beethoven, 
Schumann kreisleriana, has such Piano Sonata No. 2 of Rachmaninov is 
intensively taken up. Recital in Boston of April 7, 1968, because the 
Martin Luther King Jr. was carried out in three days after the 
assassination, memorial of the message is read aloud at the beginning, 
Horowitz is playing the funeral march of Chopin You. 
DISC19 ~ 49 is, through 1975 to 1983, the United States and around 16 
times solo recital, which was held in London, is the sound source was 
recorded even including Angkor RCA. Do not open the concert of the 
public over the 1969 five-year sick from autumn, Horowitz, which has 
been dedicated to recording, May 12, 1974, and returned to the playing 
activity again in solo recital in Cleveland, even better 1975 The year 
it was moved to RCA of a full leave Colombia. This later Horowitz will 
result in a dared extensive concert tour of since the early 1950s, 
around the recital has been live recording by RCA. In Omagari, Piano 
Sonata No. 28 of Beethoven, Schumann Piano Sonata No. 3 and 
Fumoresuke, list of Piano Sonata, No. 1 Chopin's Ballade No. 4, 
Polonaise-Fantaisie, piano of Rachmaninoff Sonata No. 2 such has been 
featured turn. 
Among noteworthy is, a solo recital was held at the White House of 
DISC29, will solo recital was held at London's DISC44 ~ 45. The 
former, in 1978 it became the American debut 50 anniversary of 
Horowitz, in a live recital of when it was invited to the White House 
by President Carter at the time (the first release), this time Carter 
"Horowitz is the country's treasure." I was the was sent a generous 
praise. The latter, in 1982, the United Kingdom by Prince Charles of 
Inishiachivu in what has been live recorded in a charity concert held 
in London (and DoO 31 years for Horowitz), partly as a 
"Horowitz-in-London" I've been released in LP, is the first time that 
recital songs first by RCA recording sound source is on CD. Both are 
legendary recital that has been TV broadcast around the world, it was 
to enhance the reputation of Horowitz dramatically. 
DISC50 is, in 1978, Piano Concerto No. 3 Rachmaninoff who played with 
Zubin Mehta led the New York Philharmonic has been recorded. This 
performance is TV aired by the NBC network, but there was also that 
the video was released in a short period of time DVD, the first time 
that the launch of a stereo sound source with RCA recording. It also 
will interesting place to compare with the same year in January of 
live you have played with the same New York Philharmonic of Eugene 
Ormandy conductor as the United States debut in '50 anniversary 
performance of Horowitz. 
Of LP size all color, in hard cover separate manual over 90 pages, 
essays by Bernie Horowitz who is also a researcher at the collector of 
Horowitz, the DG era of Columbia era and his last to Thomas Frost, who 
served as producer of Horowitz interviews, all of the disks track 
listings, song commentary published in the recital of the program 
booklet (part), as well as four pages over a check list that was 
distributed to the organizers during the recital of Horowitz, a letter 
addressed to the White House, John such as a photograph of the letter 
of the draft of Steinway addressed, so far we have been published 
valuable materials were not the be published, it will just say that a 
collectible item of rock-solid. 
Was dealt with remastered and remixed by a 24bit / 96kHz, the original 
Sony Classical of engineers, Andreas Meyer. It is strictly saved 
getting the valuable original analog multi-master has been used in 
Sony Classical of the master tape archive in the United States Iron 
Mountain. 

"Horowitz is a common press conference and interviews," I is not a 
word, I was talking to speak to the audience "in the music. In this 
box set, Horowitz us speaks to us in summary "no editing". As a case 
in point might be a "Fumoresuke" Schumann and Piano Sonata No. 5 of 
Scriabin. RCA will have been released in LP Edit this two songs from 
Pasadena and Chicago of live sound source, and the edited version due 
to the RCA, and when we compared the non-edited version that is 
included in this set, what listeners The difference of them also will 
be apparent. The it becomes apparent by comparing them, edited version 
(although he them a more or less the same trends other songs) by RCA, 
since being edited significantly, with almost saw Wax Horowitz by 
Madame Tussauds It is like there, but that. And thoroughly eliminate 
the tangle of mistakes and finger By clean, he size and overwhelming 
improvisation of dynamic ... range was the biggest feature of the 
performance of Horowitz has had been ruined. (...) Live 1966 ~ 1968 by 
Columbia is not gap of about RCA recorded was released edited version 
and the original unedited version. This will is also a difference in 
the producer who worked on sale. Colombia's producer, Thomas Frost, 
while was a good co-worker of Horowitz, producer of RCA, Jack 
Pfeiffer's was a relationship to say, even with a friend of Horowitz. 
"Bernard Horowitz (from the liner notes) 

"Renowned pianist, Alfredo Brendel are told. "In the case of live 
recording, somewhat incorrect sound, something that rather to increase 
the one-time impact of the performance." In this regard, Horowitz of 
living is, "I bet the life during the performance. When was only 
because my performance is something very clear, playing without a. 
Note can be seen in soon as the mistake any nuance, I one sound also 
will not make a mistake. But I will not be so. only is perfect, it is 
said that he is not perfect. " This time of this box set will be 
released from Sony Classical, it's exactly what it was conforming to 
this spirit. This until the important addition to recording heritage 
was released Horowitz in this 50 pieces of play I would like you to 
taste slowly and carefully. "Alan Sutekkura (Ekuzekutivu producer of 
this box in Horowitz Estate. Than liner notes) 

[Sony Music Japan limited benefits: Japanese Special booklet] 
This offer will be the benefits to be sealed only to goods that are 
shipped from Sony Music Japan International. (Japan production) 
The goods to be shipped from the Sony Music Japan International, and 
encapsulate the "Japanese special booklet" as a benefit. 
In addition to the track list by the Japanese, of Bernie Horowitz, 
"Horowitz: The last chapter", separate manual which posted a Japanese 
translation of "interview to ~ Thomas Frost to produce the Horowitz" 
it is enclosed as a privilege. (SONY MUSIC JAPAN INTERNATIONAL) 

[Recording information] 
[Disc1-18: The live recordings 1966-1968 by Colombia] 

Disc1-2: November 13, 1966, Yale University, Uruji Hall (songs first 
release) 
● Haydn: Piano Sonata No. 23 in F major No. Hob.XVI: 23 
● Schumann: Hana songs D-flat major op.19 
● Chopin: No. 2 in B-flat minor op.35 Piano Sonata "Funeral" 
● Debussy: Preludes from Volume 2 (Heath of wilderness / fairies 
brilliant dancer / month of light-drenched terrace) 
● Debussy: joy of island 
● list: "Pilgrimage of the year," first-year "Swiss" than "Obermann 
Valley" 

(Encore) 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in E major K.380 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etudes ~ D major op.39-9 

Disc3-4: October 22, 1967, Queens College, City University of New 
York, (first released except for one song and one movement) Colden Center 
● Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A major op.101 (first movement *) 
● Chopin: Barcarolle F-sharp major op.60 
● Chopin: Nocturne in F minor op.55-1 
● Chopin: Polonaise No. 5 F-sharp minor op.44 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in A major K.101 
● D. Scarlatti: major to Sonata sharp K.319 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.260 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor, K.466 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.55 
● Schumann: Arabesque C major op.18 
● list / Horowitz ed: Scherzo and March S.177 * 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Waltz in A minor op.34-2 
● Mendelssohn: Etude in A minor op.104b-3 

Disc5-6: November 12, 1967, City University of New York Brooklyn 
school, Walt Whitman Auditorium ● Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A 
major op.101 * 
● Chopin: Barcarolle F-sharp major op.60 * 
● Chopin: Nocturne in F minor op..55-1 * 
● Chopin: Polonaise No. 5 F-sharp minor op.44 * 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in A major, K.101 * 
● D. Scarlatti: major to Sonata sharp K.319 * 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.260 * 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor, K.466 * 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.55 * 
● Schumann: Arabesque C major op.18 * 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in E flat minor, op.33-5 * 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in D major op.39-9 * 

(Encore) 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" * 
● Chopin: Mazurka No. 7 in F minor op.7-3 * 
● Horowitz: The Variations on a theme of "Carmen" of Bizet * 

Disc7-8: 1967年December 10 Washington DC, (first released except for 
three songs) Constitution Hall 
● Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A major op.101 
● Chopin: Barcarolle F-sharp major op.60 
● Chopin: Nocturne in F minor op.55-1 
● Chopin: Polonaise No. 5 F-sharp minor op.44 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in A major K.101 
● D. Scarlatti: major to Sonata sharp K.319 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.260 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor, K.466 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.55 
● Schumann: Arabesque C major op.18 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in E flat minor, op.33-5 * 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in C major op.33-2 * 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in D major op.39-9 * 

(Encore) 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Mendelssohn: Etude in A minor op.104b-3 
● Chopin: Mazurka No. 7 in F minor op.7-3 
● Horowitz: The Variations on a theme of "Carmen" of Bizet 

Disc9-10: April 7, 1968, Boston, (first released with the exception of 
the two songs) Symphony Hall 
● Martin Luther King Jr. The announcement about the assassination ● 
Chopin: No. 2 in B-flat minor op.35 Piano Sonata "Funeral" to third 
movement "funeral march" 
● Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A major op.101 
● Schumann: Arabesque C major op.18 
● Chopin: Polonaise No. 5 F-sharp minor op.44 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in E major K.380 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.260 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor, K.466 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.55 
● Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor, op.36 * 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Waltz third Bani minor op.34-2 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 * 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Moszkowski: Etude in F major op.72-6 

Disc11-12: May 12, 1968, Chicago, (first released with the exception 
of the two songs) Orchestra Hall 
● Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A major op.101 
● Chopin: Barcarolle F-sharp major op.60 
● Chopin: Nocturne in F minor op.55-1 
● Chopin: Polonaise No. 5 F-sharp minor op.44 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in E major K.380 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.260 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor, K.466 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in G major K.55 
● Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor, op.36 * 

(Encore) 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 
● Chopin: Mazurka No. 7 in F minor op.7-3 * 
● Horowitz: The Variations on a theme of "Carmen" of Bizet 

Disc13-14: November 3, 1968, Yale University, (first released except 
for three songs) Uruji Hall 
● Haydn: Piano Sonata No. 48 in C major Hob.XVI: 48 
● Schumann: kreisleriana op.16 
● Rachmaninoff: Prelude G-sharp minor op.32-12 * 
● Rachmaninoff: ho time of Rakukyo minor op.16-3 * 
● Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor, op.36 * 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 
● list: "Pilgrimage of the year" the first year "Switzerland" in the 
banks of Izumi S.160-4 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Moszkowski: Etude in F major op.72-6 

Disc15-16: November 17, 1968, Washington DC, (first released except 
for three songs) Constitution Hall 
● Haydn: Piano Sonata No. 48 in C major Hob.XVI: 48 
● Schumann: kreisleriana op.16 
● Rachmaninoff: Prelude G-sharp minor op.32-12 * 
● Rachmaninoff: When Rakukyo op.16-3 * 
● Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor, op.36 * 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 
● list: "Pilgrimage of the year" the first year "Switzerland" in the 
banks of Izumi S.160-4 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Moszkowski: Etude in F major op.72-6 

Disc17-18: 1968 1 December Philadelphia, Academy of Music (first 
released with the exception of the four songs) 
Haydn ●: Piano Sonata No. 48 in C major Hob.XVI: 48 * 
● Schumann: kreisleriana op.16 
● Rachmaninoff: Prelude G-sharp minor op.32-12 * 
● Rachmaninoff: When Rakukyo B minor op.16-3 * 
● Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata No. 2 in B flat minor, op.36 * 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 
● Debussy: Serenade to the children of the province-doll ● Schumann: 
Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Moszkowski: Etude in F major op.72-6 

[Disc19-50: The live recordings 1975-1983 by RCA] 

Disc19-20: November 2, 1975, Chicago, Orchestra Hall (songs first 
release) 
● Schumann: Hana songs D-flat major op.19 
● Schumann: Piano Sonata No. 3 in F minor op.14 "Grand Sonata" 
● Rachmaninoff: Prelude in G major op.32-5 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in E flat minor, op.39-5 
● List: Forgotten Waltz No. 1 ● list: "Pilgrimage of the year" the 
first year "Switzerland" in the banks of Izumi ● Chopin: Waltz third 
Bani minor op.34-2 
● Chopin: Scherzo first Banro minor op.20 

(Encore) 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in A major K.322 
● Moszkowski: spark op.36-6 
● Chopin: Etudes No. 5 G-flat major op.10-5 "black keys" 
● Mazurka 13 Bani minor op.17-4 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in D major op.39-9 

Disc21-22: February 15, 1976, Oakland, (first released, except for one 
song) Paramount Theater 
● Schumann: Arabesque C major op.18 
● Schumann: No. 3 in F minor op.14 Piano Sonata "Grand Sonata" * 
● Rachmaninoff: Prelude G-sharp minor op.32-12 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in E flat minor, op.39-5 
● List: Forgotten Waltz No. 1 ● list: "Pilgrimage of the year" the 
first year "Switzerland" in the banks of Izumi ● Chopin: Waltz third 
Bani minor op.34-2 
● Chopin: Scherzo first Banro minor op.20 

(Encore) 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Moszkowski: spark op.36-6 
● Rachmaninoff: No. 2 Piano Sonata in B-flat minor op.36 ~ third movement 

Disc23-24: February 22, 1976, California, Ambassador College (songs 
first release) 
● Schumann: Arabesque C major op.18 
● Schumann: Piano Sonata No. 3 in F minor op.14 "Grand Sonata" 
● Rachmaninoff: Prelude G-sharp minor op.32-12 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in E flat minor, op.39-5 
● List: Forgotten Waltz No. 1 ● list: "Pilgrimage of the year" the 
first year "Switzerland" in the banks of Izumi ● Chopin: Waltz third 
Bani minor op.34-2 
● Chopin: Scherzo first Banro minor op.20 

(Encore) 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Moszkowski: spark op.36-6 
● Rachmaninoff: No. 2 Piano Sonata in B-flat minor op.36 ~ third movement 

Disc25-26: February 29, 1976, California, (first released, except for 
one song) Ambassador College 
● Schumann: Hana songs D-flat major op.19 
● Schumann: Piano Sonata No. 3 in F minor op.14 "Grand Sonata" 
● Chopin: Rondo in E flat major op.16 
● Chopin: Mazurka No. 41 Ban嬰Ha minor op.63-3 * 
● Chopin: Mazurka No. 13 Bani minor op.17-4 
● Scriabin: Piano Sonata No. 5 op.53 

(Encore) 
● D. Scarlatti: Sonatai major K.322 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 
● Moszkowski: spark op.36-6 
● Scriabin: Etudes D-sharp minor op.8-12 

Disc27-28: November 21, 1976, St. Louis, (first released, except for 
one song) Powell Hall 
● Clementi: Piano Sonata in C major op.33-3 
● Chopin: Nocturne No. 19 in E minor op.72-1 
● Chopin: Waltz third Bani minor op.34-2 
● Chopin: Rondo in E flat major op.16 
● list: Piano Sonata in B minor * 

(Encore) 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Moszkowski: spark op.36-6 

Disc29: February 26, 1978, Washington DC, White House (songs first 
release) 
● United States national anthem ● Chopin: Piano Sonata No. 2 in B flat 
minor, op.35 "Funeral" 
● Chopin: Waltz third Bani minor op.34-2 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 
● Chopin: Polonaise No. 6 A-flat major op.53 "hero" 

(Encore) 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Rachmaninoff: Polka of VR ● Horowitz: The Variations on a theme of 
"Carmen" of Bizet 

Disc30-31: April 8, 1979, Chicago, (first released five songs) 
Orchestra Hall 
● Clementi: Piano Sonata in C major op.33-3 * 
● Schumann: Fumoresuke op.20 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in E flat minor, op.39-5 
● Rachmaninov: Barcarolle in G minor op.10-3 * 
● Rachmaninoff: Fumoresuke G major op.10-5 * 
● list: Consolation No. 3 in D-flat major * 
● list: Mephisto Waltz No. 1 "dance in the taverns of the village" 
S.514 (Busoni / Horowitz ed) * 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Rachmaninoff: VR Polka ● Moszkowski: spark op.36-6 

Disc32-33: April 15, 1979, Chicago, (first released four songs) 
Orchestra Hall 
● Clementi: Piano Sonata in C major op.33-3 * 
● Schumann: Fumoresuke op.20 * 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in E flat minor, op.39-5 
● Rachmaninov: Barcarolle in G minor op.10-3 * 
● Rachmaninoff: Fumoresuke G major op.10-5 * 
● list: Consolation No. 3 in D-flat major * 
● list: Mephisto Waltz No. 1 "dance in the taverns of the village" 
S.514 (Busoni / Horowitz ed) * 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Waltz third Bani minor op.34-2 
● Scriabin: Prelude for the left-hand C-sharp minor op.9-1 
● Chopin: Polonaise No. 6 A-flat major op.53 "hero" 

Disc34-35: April 22, 1979, Washington DC, Constitution Hall (6 songs 
first released) 
● Clementi: Piano Sonata in C major op.33-3 
● Schumann: Fumoresuke Movies 20 
● Rachmaninoff: "picture of sound" Etude in E flat minor, op.39-5 
● Rachmaninov: Barcarolle in G minor op.10-3 
● Rachmaninoff: Fumoresuke G major op.10-5 
● list: Consolation No. 3 in D-flat major * 
● list: Mephisto Waltz No. 1 "dance in the taverns of the village" 
S.514 (Busoni / Horowitz ed) 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Waltz seventh Ban嬰Ha minor op.64-2 
● Schumann: Children of the scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" 
● Rachmaninoff: VR Polka ● Chopin: Polonaise No. 6 A-flat major op.53 
"hero" 

Disc36-37: 1980年April 13 Boston, Symphony Hall (6 songs first released) 
● Clementi: Gradus ad Parnassum Volume 1 to 14 songs: Adagio-sostenuto 
in F major ● Clementi: Piano Sonata in E flat major op.12-2 ~ Third 
Movement: Rondo ● Schumann: Fantasy Pieces collection op.111 * 
Schumann ●: 4 one of the nocturne, second and third D-flat major 
"Night Feast" * 
Schumann ●: 4 one of nocturne - No. 4 in F major, "with a solo troll" * 
● Mendelssohn: Scherzo-a-capriccio WoO.3 * 
● Chopin: Barcarolle F-sharp major op.60 * 
● Chopin: Etudes No. 19 Ban嬰Ha minor op.25-7 * 
● Chopin: Etudes No. 5 G-flat major op.10-5 "black keys" 
● list: Consolation No. 3 in D-flat major ● Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata 
No. 2 in B flat minor, op.36 * 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Mazurka No. 13 Bani minor op.17-4 
● Rachmaninoff: VR polka 

Disc38-39: 1980年5月4th, New York, Avery Fisher Hall (seven songs is 
the first release) 
● Clementi: Gradus ad Parnassum Volume 1 to 14 songs: Adagio-sostenuto 
in F major ● Clementi: Piano Sonata in E flat major op.12-2 ~ Third 
Movement: Rondo ● Schumann: Fantasy Pieces collection op.111 * 
Schumann ●: 4 one of the nocturne, second and third D-flat major 
"Night Feast" * 
Schumann ●: 4 one of nocturne - No. 4 in F major, "with a solo troll" * 
● Mendelssohn: Scherzo-a-capriccio WoO.3 * 
● Chopin: Barcarolle F-sharp major op.60 
● Chopin: Etudes No. 19 Ban嬰Ha minor op.25-7 
● Chopin: Etudes No. 5 G-flat major op.10-5 "black key" * 
● list: Consolation No. 3 in D-flat major ● Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata 
No. 2 in B flat minor, op.36 * 

(Encore) 
● Chopin: Mazurka No. 13 Bani minor op.17-4 
● Rachmaninoff: VR polka 

Disc40-41: 1980年May 11 New York, Avery Fisher Hall (seven songs is 
the first release) 
● Clementi: Gradus ad Parnassum Volume 1 to 14 songs: Adagio-sostenuto 
in F major ● Clementi: Piano Sonata in E flat major op.12-2 ~ Third 
Movement: Rondo ● Schumann: Fantasy Pieces collection op.111 * 
● Schumann: Four of the nocturne, second and third D-flat major "Night 
Feast" * 
● Schumann: Four nocturne - No. 4 in F major "troll with a solo" * 
● Mendelssohn: Scherzo-a-capriccio WoO.3 * 
● Chopin: Barcarolle F-sharp major Op.60 
● Chopin: Etudes No. 19 Ban嬰Ha minor Op.25-7 
● Chopin: Etudes No. 5 G-flat major op.10-5 "black key" * 
● list: Consolation No. 3 in D-flat major ● Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata 
No. 2 in B flat minor, Op.36 * (encore) ● Schumann: Children of the 
scene op.15 ~ seventh song "Traumerei" ● Moszkowski: spark op.36 -6 

Disc42-43: November 1, 1981, New York, Metropolitan Opera (first 
released five songs) ● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in A-flat major K.127 * ● 
D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor, K.466 * ● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F 
minor, K.184 * ● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in A minor, K.101 * ● D. 
Scarlatti: Sonata in B minor K.87 * ● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in E major 
K.135 * ● Chopin: Ballade No. 4 in F minor Op.52 * ● Chopin: Ballade 
No. 1 in G minor Op.23 ● list: Ballad second Banro minor S.171 * ● 
Rachmaninoff: Prelude G-sharp minor Op.32-12 ● Rachmaninoff: Prelude 
Songs in G major Op.32-5 ● Rachmaninoff: Prelude in G minor Op.23-5 * 
(encore) ● Chopin: Waltz No. 9 A-flat major op.69-1 "farewell waltz" * 
● Rachmaninoff: VR Polka ● Scriabin : Etudes D-sharp minor Op.8-12 

Disc44-45: May 22, 1982, London, Royal Festival Hall (first released 
nine songs) ● British national anthem "Got SAVE THE Queen" * ● D. 
Scarlatti: Sonata in A-flat major K.127 ● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F 
minor, K.466 ● D. Scarlatti: Sonata in F minor, K.184 ● D. Scarlatti: 
Sonata in A minor, K.101 ● D. Scarlatti: Sonatas B minor K.87 ● D. 
Scarlatti: Sonata in E major K.135 ● Chopin: Polonaise-Fantaisie 
A-flat major Op.61 * ● Chopin: Ballade No. 1 in G minor Op.23 * ● 
Schumann: Children of the scene Op.15 * ● Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata 
No. 2 in B flat minor, Op.36 (Angkor) ● Chopin: Waltz No. 9 A-flat 
major op.69-1 "farewell waltz" * ● Rachmaninoff: VR Polka ● Scriabin: 
Etudes嬰Ni minor Op.8-12 

Disc46-47: April 24, 1983, Boston, Symphony Hall (songs first 
released) ● Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A major No. Op.101 ● 
Schumann: Carnival Op.9 ● Chopin: Polonaise-Fantaisie A-flat major 
Op.61 ● Chopin: Etudes No. 8 in F major Op.10-8 ● Chopin: Etudes No. 
22 Banro minor op.25-10 "octave" ● Chopin: Etudes 19 Ban嬰Ha minor 
Op.25-7 ● Chopin: Polonaise No. 6 A-flat major op.53 "hero" (encore 
was not played) 

Disc48-49: May 15, 1983, New York, Metropolitan Opera (songs first 
released ) ● Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 28 in A major No. Op.101 ● 
Schumann: Carnival Op.9 ● Chopin: Polonaise-Fantaisie A-flat major 
Op.61 ● Chopin: Etudes No. 8 in F major Op.10-8 ● Chopin: Trainee song 
22 Banro minor op.25-10 "octave" ● Chopin: Etudes No. 19 Ban嬰Ha minor 
Op.25-7 ● Chopin: Polonaise No. 6 A-flat major op.53 "hero" (encore is 
played I did not) 

Disc50: September 24, 1978, New York, Avery Fisher Hall (first sale) ● 
Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, op.30 Vladimir Horowitz 
(piano) New York Philharmonic (Disc50) Zubin Mehta (conductor: Disc50) 
recording system: stereo (Live) * is already released sound source. 

Physical condition of Horowitz in 1983 is rapidly worsening, it is now 
also reflected in the performance. Therefore, although the recital in 
Tokyo on June 11th and the 16th, 1983, was recorded by RCA, and it is 
not included in this box set. (SONY MUSIC JAPAN INTERNATIONAL) 

Originally Posted by ken c:
Originally Posted by ewemon:

Buena Vista Social Club [Vinyl 2LP)

 

Vinyl

 

this is absolutely fanstastic on vinyl

 

enjoy

ken

I agree, it is. I wonder why they are re-releasing it on vinyl? I thought it was still fairly easy to get hold of if you wanted a copy!

james

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