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Examples of "ogdon"
Ferruccio Busoni: Transcriptions after J.S. Bach. John Ogdon
It contained many crossings out, some additions, and a mass of corrections. A performing version was realised by John Ogdon and Diana McVeigh. Ogdon gave the first modern performance of the work, on British television on 2 February 1969. Ogdon also recorded the work and included it in his concert repertoire thereafter. This version has now been recorded by a number of other pianists.
Busoni. Piano Concerto · Turandot Suite · Sarabande and Cortège · Piano Works. John Ogdon, Thomas Adès and others.
John Andrew Howard Ogdon (27 January 1937 – 1 August 1989) was an English pianist and composer.
John Ogdon Foundation reproduced from The Gramophone Spring 1998 edition as
Busoni. Piano Concerto . Turandot Suite . Sarabande and Cortège. John Ogdon, Thomas Adès and others.
Busoni. Piano Concerto . Turandot Suite . Sarabande and Cortège. John Ogdon, Thomas Adès and others.
John is survived by his daughter and son, Annabel and Richard Ogdon.
Furthermore, Ogdon read in the impound notice that the car had first been seen at the lot a few days earlier, while Wykel had been gone for three weeks. He believed someone else, familiar with Wykel's habits, might have put the car there. When Ogdon called police with this information, they agreed to open a missing persons investigation.
Will Ogdon (April 19, 1921 – October 6, 2013) was an American composer. He taught at the University of California, San Diego beginning in 1966, and retiring in 1991.)
Ogdon was able to play most pieces at sight and had committed a huge range of pieces to memory. He intended to record the complete piano works of Sergei Rachmaninoff, a feat which would constitute about 6 full-length CDs, but only recorded about half of them. The recordings were released in 2001. He recorded all ten Scriabin sonatas early in his career. Ogdon was also a formidable exponent of the works of Alkan and Busoni. In more familiar repertoire, he revealed deep musical sensibilities, always buttressed by a colossal technique. He also recorded a number of duo-piano works with his wife, Brenda Lucas, also known as Brenda Lucas Ogdon.
John Ogdon performed the work twice, towards the end of his life, and produced a studio recording of the work. Jonathan Powell has performed it on five occasions.
Hall's pupils at the Royal Manchester College of Music included Ronald Stevenson, Arthur Butterworth, Peter Maxwell Davies, Harrison Birtwistle, Alexander Goehr, and John Ogdon.
He died on January 8, 1923, at the Amot Ogdon Hospital in Elmira, of pneumonia; and was buried at the Maple Grove Cemetery in Horseheads.
He was an influential figure among many pianists of the mid-20th century. His international students included Earl Wild, Ozan Marsh, and John Ogdon.
In the BBC film about his life, "Virtuoso", based on the biography, Ogdon was played by Alfred Molina, who won a Best Actor award from the Royal Television Society for the performance. The production interpreted Ogdon's illness as manic depression rather than schizophrenia, since he had responded much better to treatment for the former condition. Brenda Ogdon also recalled being informed that his obsessive musical work could have been interpreted as a symptom of manic depression.
In June 2014 the hour-long documentary, directed by Zoe Dobson, entitled "John Ogdon: Living with Genius" was broadcast on BBC Four, with Ogdon's wife Brenda and her children Richard and Annabel telling his personal story for the first time. The programme featured unique archive and contemporary performance. The programme was followed by "John Ogdon: A Musical Tribute" featuring piano performances by Peter Donohoe, including Ogdon's own "Theme and Variations".
"Funérailles" has been recorded by pianists such as Claudio Arrau, Vladimir Horowitz, Arthur Rubinstein, John Ogdon, Martha Argerich, Evgeny Kissin, Sviatoslav Richter, Arnaldo Cohen, Arcadi Volodos and Krystian Zimerman.
Despite the work's great technical difficulties, there are now a number of recordings of the work; notable ones include those by Jack Gibbons, Marc-André Hamelin, John Ogdon, Mark Latimer, Ronald Smith, Stephanie McCallum, and Vincenzo Maltempo.
The Sonata, described by the critic Edward Lockspeiser as "huge and somewhat recondite", did not enter the mainstream repertoire, but it has more recently been championed by such pianists as John Ogdon, Marc-André Hamelin, and Margaret Fingerhut.