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22

Jul

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J.S. Bach (1685-1750): Adagio in C major, BWV 564

Dalibor Miklavčič - pedal harpsichord

(February 24, 2013, Budapest)

A tribute to the pianinst and composer Friedrich Gulda (1930-2000) and his sons Paul Gulda (b. 1961) and Rico Gulda (b. 1968)

In memoriam Walter Kostial.

1. J.S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C major
Friedrich Gulda on his amplified clavichord, 1981

2. W.A. Mozart: Piano Concerto in G major, KV 453 - 1. Allegro
Paul Gulda, Camerata Academica Salzburg, 1999

3. W.A. Mozart: Concerto in F for Three Pianos, KV 242
Martha Argerich, Rico Gulda, Paul Gulda
New Japan Philharmonic, Christian Arming, 2005

4. Friedrich Gulda: For Paul

5. J.S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C major
Paul Gulda, Konzert für Japan, 2011

6. Yiddish theater song Dos Kelbl (Das Kälbchen)
Paul Gulda, 2013

7. Franz Schubert: Auf dem Flusse
Florian Prey, Rico Gulda, 2009

8. Friedrich Gulda: For Rico

Thanks to Gerhard Meseck, TritonusArts, Dale Sequeira, Musik Dokus Konzerte, elgatosucio, some oane for the concert recordings.

18

Jul

National Museum of Kyiv

National Museum of Kyiv

17

Jul

Oleksandr Murashko (1875-1919): Portrait of the girl in a red hat
1902-1903. Oil on canvas. National Museum of Kyiv

Oleksandr Murashko (1875-1919): Portrait of the girl in a red hat

1902-1903. Oil on canvas. National Museum of Kyiv

16

Jul

Vsevolod Maksymovych (1894-1914): Self-portrait
1913, Oil on canvas. National Museum of Kyiv

Vsevolod Maksymovych (1894-1914): Self-portrait

1913, Oil on canvas. National Museum of Kyiv

tierradentro:

“Phases of the Moon”, 1939, Paul Delvaux.
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tierradentro:

Phases of the Moon”, 1939, Paul Delvaux.

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