Box 1 of the historic 200-CD set released by Philips Records in 1999-2000 and sponsored by Steinway & Sons.
Great Pianists of the 20th Century comprises 100 volumes featuring 72 pianists of the 20th century, each volume with two CDs and a booklet about the life and work of the featured pianist. The material was the result of a collaborative association between Philips and a number of other labels, notably EMI Classics/Warner Classics and Sony Classics.
Box 1, currently on auction, contains volumes (each containing 2CDs) of the following pianists: Géza Anda, Martha Argerich (2x), Claudio Arrau (3x), Vladimir Ashkenazy, Wilhelm Backhaus, Daniel Barenboim, Jorge Bolet (2x), Alfred Brendel (3x), Lyubov Bruk & Mark Taimanov, Robert Casadesus, Shura Cherkassky (2x), Van Cliburn, Alfred Cortot (2x), Clifford Curzon, Gyorgy Cziffra, Christoph Eschenbach, Edwin Fischer (2x), Leon Fleisher, Samson Francois, Nelson Freire, Ignaz Friedman, Andrei Gavrilov, Walter Gieseking (2x), Emil Gilels (3x), Grigory Ginsburg, Leopold Godowsky, Glenn Gould, Friedrich Gulda (2x), Ingrid Haebler, Clara Haskil (2x), Myra Hess, Josef Hofmann, Vladimir Horowitz (3x), Byron Janis.
All volumes are still factory sealed! A Mint set like this (Box 1) is very hard to find and consequently invariably very expensive. We have set a very reasonable reserve price for this rare historic issue.
|United Kingdom||$ 32.18|
|United States||$ 64.36|
|Rest of Europe||$ 32.18|
|Rest of the World||$ 64.36|
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