anyone else heard about that Tatum 1940’s video? Damn, imagine a whole concert preserved on tape. If one digs through those reels, I am sure plenty more Tatum will be uncovered. Maybe there some more from the Spike Jones Show performances (aired on 17 April 1954 ).
Those are all from that same DREAMLIFE DVD from Japan.
There are a few others in the series: One with Vedernikov playing Bach, Debussy etc, another with Yakov Zak playing Liszt Concerto 2 and Beethoven Concerto 3. Plus there might be a Stan Neuhaus full recital dvd, iirc.
I’m buying the Zak and Vedernikov ones. I could care less about Neuhaus.
I assumed you mean Stan Neuhaus - Daddy’s another story.
I assumed they were from the same vid - most of them are in the same hall on the same piano.
Goldenwieser is about 300 in this vid, isn’t he? I wouldn’t expect too much, but I’m always glad to see historical film coming out, even if it’s Phillipe Entremont.
Someone just put up Gutierrez last night, which was interesting, although really mechanical playing. I wish someone would find and post Gary Graffman, who’s the only on of the American pianists from the postwar period I haven’t seen. I’d be curious to see how he got that huge sound.