Chopin’s Warsaw fortepiano Buchholtz – Warsaw Chopin’s institute project
Russian Culture Channel TV interview on Paul McNulty fortepianos.
(more) It was more than a hundred years ago when Anton Rubinstein lamented that beautiful pianos, which he had played in his youth, were no longer produced, and old fortepianos had lost their ability to function.
Walter fortepiano by P.McNulty played by V.Sofronitsky – W.A.Mozart Rondo in D Major K 485
Pleyel fortepiano by Paul McNulty played by V.Sofronitsky – F.Chopin, Waltz No.10 in B minor, Op.69, No.2.
Stein fortepiano by P.McNulty played by V.Sofronitsky — CPE Bach Sonata Wq. 50/3 A moll, Allegro moderato ma innocentemente
Stein fortepiano by P.McNulty played by V.Sofronitsky — CPE Bach Sonata a moll, Wq. 50/3, Presto
Pianist Vladimir Feltsman playing his McNulty Walter piano.
In a 2006 performance at the Mannes College of Music (NYC), pianist Vladimir Feltsman plays First movement ( Allegro — K 533) of Mozart’s Sonata in F Major K 533/494 on his own fortepiano
Prof. Malcolm Bilson with McNulty Walter piano
In this provocative video presentation, Malcom Bilson poses the question, “Do we really know how to read the musical notation of the 18th- and 19th-century masters?”
Prof.Neal Peres da Costa on Paul McNulty Streicher fortepiano.
Kristian Bezuidenhout interview on fortepianos illustrated by playing his McNulty Walter replica
Kristian Bezuidenhout performing on McNulty Walter piano — Piano Concerto No 17 in G major, KV 453
Ronald Brautigam performing Mendelssohn on McNulty Graf piano
Andreas Staier with Daniel Sepec (violin), Roel Dieltiens (violonchelo) performing Beethoven and Schubert on McNulty Graf piano
Prof. Bart van Oort performing Beethoven on McNulty Graf piano
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