Prélude, Op. 3, No. 2

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Sergei Rachmaninov: Prelude In C Sharp Minor Op.3 No.2: Piano

The key of the Prelude has been changed to D minor for this arrangement. Click the play button below to hear a performance which has been computer-generated from the score. Nessun Dorma Violin 1 by Giacomo Puccini. Like most websites, Goodmusic uses cookies.

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Nino Gvetadze plays Rachmaninov Prelude op.3 no 2

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Rachmaninoff – Complete Preludes for Piano, Op. 3, 23, and 32

Allen, Ph. Piano score: PS Instructive - all parts kB. Piano score: PS Urtext 82 kB.

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Rachmaninoff himself was the first to perform it publicly, at a festival called the Moscow Electrical Exhibition on September 26th From this point on, its popularity grew steadily. Bulgarian pianist Marta Deyanova first achieved critical recognition when she won First Prize at the Third National Competition for Children and Young Performers in her native Sofia, an early success which she soon consolidated with a Gold Medal at the Busoni International Competition.

Posted: 19th September