Louis kentner warsaw concerto
Frederic Chopin, Kazimierz Kord, Andras Korodi, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, Halina Czerny-Stefanska, Adam Harasiewicz, Krzysztof Jablonski, Stanislav Bunin, Dénes Várjon, Martha Argerich, Kemal Gekic, Louis Kentner, Sandor Falvai, Sandor Falvay - Classical Masters: Chopin - area907.info Music Skip to main Price: The Warsaw Concerto is a short work for piano and orchestra by Richard Addinsell, written for the British film Dangerous Moonlight, which is about the Polish struggle against the invasion by the Nazis. In performance it normally lasts just under ten minutes. The concerto is an example of programme music, representing both the struggle for Warsaw and the romance of the leading. Louis Kentner (19 July – 23 September ) was a Hungarian, later British, pianist who excelled in the works of Chopin and Liszt, as well as the Hungarian repertoire. Contents [show] Life and career He was born Lajos Kentner in Karwin in Austrian Silesia (present-day Karviná, Czech.