The Crazy World of Arthur Brown is the eponymous debut studio album by the English psychedelic rock band the Crazy World of Arthur Brown, released in June 1968. The album was produced by the Who's manager Kit Lambert with associate production by Pete Townshend. The album was released in June 1968 on Lambert's Track Records label in the UK, with North American distribution handled by Atlantic Records. The album was released in the US in September.
Arthur Rubinstein’s 82 years before the public comprised one of the longest and most fulfilling piano careers in history. He adored giving concerts, and audiences in turn responded to the communicative immediacy and emotional balance governing the pianist’s red-blooded and generous approach to music making. That said, Rubinstein’s shellac and mono LP efforts often prove more vibrant and spontaneous (albeit cavalier at times) in contrast to his more carefully considered, textually conscientious, and technically polished studio sessions from the 1960s and 1970s.
The Children's Album (Детский альбом), Op. 39 (TH 141 ; ČW 150 to 173), subtitled "24 simple pieces à la Schumann", is a cycle of 24 piano pieces composed between May and July 1878. The 24 pieces are very short, and a complete performance lasts only around 30 minutes : Morning Prayer (Утренная молитва)Andante (G major, 24 bars). Winter Morning (Зимнее утро)Allegro (B minor, 64 bars). Playing Hobby-Horses (Игра в лошадки)Presto (D major, 72 bars). Mama (Мама)Moderato (G major, 36 bars).
It features all the legendary pianist's issued recordings made by RCA Victor between 1940 and 1976, and includes one LP issued on the DECCA label in 1978. Narrated by Rubinstein's son John Rubinstein and produced by Peter Rosen and the "The Benefit Recital for Israel 1976" recorded at Ambassador College, Pasadena, California on Jan 15, 1975 featuring works by Beethoven, Schumann, Debussy, Chopin and Mendelssohn.
Rudimental – Sun Comes Up ft. James Arthur
With the cover proclaiming it is "The World's Biggest Set for a Solo Artist!," this box contains everything the completist fan of pianist Arthur Rubinstein could ever want. Not only are there nearly 150 discs of music - both reissued and newly issued recordings - there's also a handsome, hardcover book and two DVDs: one with a documentary about Rubinstein, the other his 1975 recital benefitting Israel.
Tscaïkowski: Álbum para la Juventud - Edición Ibérica (p. 8-20) Barcelona: Boileau, N. 86, . (c. 950). later printing (c. 980).