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Nadia Reisenberg, piano

Julliard String Quartet:
Robert Mann, violin
Earl Carlyss, violin
Samuell Rhodes, viola
Joel Krosnick, violoncello

Live in Concert
The Julliard Theater
April 29th, 1980 at

Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 49
Sonata for Violoncello and Piano
in G minor, Op. 19
Piano Quartet in Cminor, Op. 15

Nadia Reisenberg Commercial
Westminster Recordings
Piano Pieces, Op. 10 (Rec. 1954)
Pictuires At An Exhibition (Rec. 1954)

Mendelssohn: Trio No. 1 in D minor, Op. 49
Molto allegro agitato
2 CD Set Available at: Amazon

Nadia Reisenberg's first major American appearance was in 1922 as the featured pianist in Panderewski's "Polish Fantasy" in a performance praised by the composer himself who was in the audience. Reisenberg made history with her never before attempted feat of playing all the Mozart Piano Concerti in a weekly, coast-to-coast radio series. For the last thirty-five years of her life, chamber music gave her the greatest personal satisfaction. In the 1950s and 60s, she appeared with the Budapest Quartet on numerous occasions, and among many memorable concerts, she played all Beethoven's Cello-Piano Sonatas with Joseph Schuster, then first cellist of the New York Philharmonic. In 1980, at age 76, she joined the Juilliard Quartet at the library of Congress for the Mendelssohn and Faure works heard on this release.