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Robert Kahn: Pianoquintett D-Major 1926 (First recording based on the manuscript currently kept by the "Akademie der Künste" Berlin)

This recording replaces here my recording only of the first movement which I produced as music example for the Lexm in 2009:

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0 # Guest 2011-11-18 22:18
Is the piano part "as written"? It sounds strange. The strings play fairly unremarkable neo-romantic music, but the piano plays something else, altogether!

Answer by S.F.:
Yes this is exactly what is written. Kahn was on one hand student of Brahms when he was young and on the other hand wrote this piece 1926 when his colleagues at the Hochschule für Musik & the Akademie der Künste in Berlin were Hindemith, Schönberg and Schreker (S.Fahl)
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0 # Peter 2014-03-02 04:55
This is so awesome! You should do the other movements! I haven't found the score for this anywhere, could you upload it to IMSLP?
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0 # Kahn Piano QuintetRobert Gromatka 2018-01-01 20:36
Hi Stephen:

This is the second time I've run across your name while surfing Unsung Composers. I just became aware of UC several months ago and have a lot of catching up to do. Part of catching up means learning the ins-and-outs of the site and how to obtain music that appears to be romantic and of interest to me.

I just sent an inquiry to you regarding J.G. Arnold's Cello Concertos and so - now that things are starting to fall in place for me - have become more aware of you, your emails to UC, and your musical contributions to the site.

I am an old guy and thus unfamiliar with how to download the two items I have inquired about above. If a fee for downloading is required, I will pay it. What I would appreciate your help in is giving me instructions on how to download both the Arnold and Kahn pieces and how to pay you for the privilege if that is required.

As a fellow UC member, I would appreciate all the help you can give me. NOTE: I call myself 'Razorback' on the site since I live in Arkansas (USA). I have not posted much since - to put it simply - I feel overwhelmed by the breath of knowledge and expertise of regular contributors to the site. For now, I would like to remain a viewer only as I seek to acquire all the 'goodies' posted on the site.

Thank you in advance for your generous assistance.

Sincerely,

Robert J Gromatka ('Razorback')

Answer S.F.: Sorry,
a) klassik-resampled is only streaming music an do not provide any downloads at all. You can only listen klassik-resampled online.
b) I am in no way afiliated with UC in any way. Moreover the UC Admin Alan Howe pretended that what I do have nothing in common with recording and interpretation of music and therefor do not accept what I do here and excluded me from UC for doing what I am doing here.
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