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Frederyk Chopin / Eugène Indjic - Ballady album

Frederyk Chopin / Eugène Indjic - Ballady album Performer: Frederyk Chopin
Title: Ballady
Style: Romantic
Date of release: 1975
Size MP3: 1718 mb
Size FLAC: 1877 mb
Rating: 4.3

Liner Notes – Tadeusz Kaczyński. Piano – Eugène Indjic. Recording Supervisor – Antoni Karużas. Translated By – Ludwik Wiewiórkowski.

Eugen Indjic (b. 1947) is a French-American pianist of the Serbian descent. He immigrated to the United States at the age of four, studied piano with Alexander Borovsky at the Boston University (1959–1964), and on with Laurence D. Berman and Leon Kirchner at the Harvard University, graduating cum laude in 1969. He started performing at the early age, and became the youngest soloist ever to appear on stage with Boston Symphony Orchestra in 1965. Indjic is well known as an expert on Frédéric Chopin music. リエーション: すべてを閲覧中 Eugène Indjic.

Eugen Indjic (born March 11, 1947 in Belgrade) is a French-American pianist. His father was a Serb Yugoslav army general serving under King Peter II of Yugoslavia.

Eugen Indjic laureat IV nagrody VIII Międzynarodowego Konkursu Pianistycznego im. Fryderyka Chopina Ballada f-moll op. 52 I etap, październik 1970 r. Eugen Indjic winner of fourth prize in the Eighth International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition Ballade in F minor, Op. 52 First stage . Eugen Indjic winner of fourth prize in the Eighth International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition. Ballade in F minor, Op. 52 First stage, October 1970.

ISBN 978-83-7495-812-7. Album Leaf (Moderato) in E major, B. 151. Andantino in G minor (arr. of the piano part of the song Wiosna), B. 117. 2 Bourrées, B. 160b.

Eugen indjic – piano recital. Kreisleriana op. 16. FRYDERYK CHOPIN. Scherzo č. 2 h moll op. 31. Eugen INDJIC klavír. EUGEN INDJIC – PIANO RECITAL 1. 2. 2020 - 19:30 Rudolfinum, Dvořák Hall. Can be purchased within: Světová klavírní tvorba.

Fryderyk Chopin Society Prize for the best performance of a polonaise: Irina Zaritskaya (USSR). Winner of First Prize, Maurizio Pollini, portrait at the piano. 1965: 7th International Fryderyk Chopin Competition. Fourth Prize: Eugen Indjic (USA). Fifth Prize: Natalia Gavrilova (USSR). Sixth Prize: Janusz Olejniczak (Poland).


A1 Ballade No. 1 In G Minor Op. 23
A2 Ballade No. 2 In F Major Op. 38
B1 Ballade No. 3 In A Flat Major Op. 4è
B2 Ballade No. 4 In F Minor Op. 52


  • Engineer – Krystyna Diakon
  • Liner Notes – Tadeusz Kaczyński
  • Piano – Eugène Indjic
  • Recording Supervisor – Antoni Karużas
  • Translated By – Ludwik Wiewiórkowski