ALKAN

Alkan: Edition
Brilliant Classics
£27.80
BRIL 95568; BRILLIANT CLASSICS - Inghilterra; Classica in genere
Alkan - Piano Works (3 CD Boxset)
Brilliant Classics
£10.76
Alan Weiss & Stanley Hoogland, piano
Alkan: Marc-André Hamelin plays Alkan
Hyperion
£9.18
HYP 66794; HYPERION - Inghilterra; Classica da camera Piano
Alkan - Complete Piano Duos & Duets
Toccata Records
£9.90
Goldstone and Clemmow, piano à 4 mains et duo de pianos
Alkan: Genius-Enigma
Piano Classics
£12.72
Alkan: Concerto for solo piano, Souvenirs op15
Hyperion
£9.18
Concerto pour piano seul Op 39 n° 8 à 10 - Troisième Recueil de chants op.65 / Marc-André Hamelin, piano
Alkan: Solo Piano Music
Brilliant Classics
£3.46
BRIL 94341; BRILLIANT CLASSICS - Inghilterra;
Le Festine D'Esope: Le Festin D'esope and Other Works for Solo Piano (Dover Music for Piano)
Dover Publications Inc.
£17.75
This unprecedented collection rescues extraordinary, challenging piano works from undeserved obscurity: Alkan's Etudes in Minor Keys, Op. 39 (the complete Symphony for Solo Piano, Op. 39, Nos. 4-7); the complete Concerto for Solo Piano, Op. 39, Nos. 8-10; and "Le Festin d'Esope" [Aesop's Feast], Op. 39, No. 12; Saltarelle, Op. 23; Barcarolle, Op. 65, No. 6; and Toccatina, Op. 75. Introduction. Notes.
Spectrum / Silver Echoes
Phantasy Sound
£1.98
Alkan - Piano Music Vol. 1
Naxos
£5.78
NAX 8555495; NAXOS - Germania;
Alkan: The Man/The Music
Kahn & Averill
£12.99
Alkan Alkan: lonely 19th century genius, virtuoso pianist and also composer of some of the most difficult and disturbingly powerful piano music. This edition, in two parts, deals first with the man, and second with his music. Full description
Alkan: 48 Esquisses op63
Hyperion
£11.29
HYP 67377; HYPERION - Inghilterra; Classica da camera Piano
The Alkan Murder (Julius Falconer Series Book 14)
Pneuma Springs Publishing
£1.99
The wealthy and reclusive Harry Quirke, misanthropist and student of the piano works of Alkan, is stabbed to death in his country house outside Tadcaster. Only one of the obvious suspects seems to have much of a motive: his alibi is shaky, it is true, but there is no proof of his involvement. DI Moat and his assistant DS Stockwell follow one false lead after another in an exasperating investigation that seems to be getting nowhere: a gypsy caravan, an old murder in Kansas, the hurried will of a dying man, a golf-course green and an unfinished catalogue of Alkan’s works – none of it seems to make sense. Finally, the murderer makes the smallest of slips, and the penny drops - but it’s a close thing!