Piano Concerto No. 4

Anton Rubinstein

Piano Concerto No. 4 in D Minor

Op. 70

About this work...

Much of Rubinstein's output was quite popular in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, even rivaling the appeal of Tchaikovsky's works. He preceded Tchaikovsky in the cosmopolitan (as opposed to nationalist) space in Russian music of his time, but infused that space with nowhere near Tchaikovsky's passion.... read more

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