Based on the success of the PrŽlude in c sharp minor Op. 3 No. 2 written in 1892 which quickly became world-famous, Rachmaninoff composed a further two collections of PrŽludes in the years up to 1910. These were also published as a complete volume in 1911. Based on the corresponding models by Chopin, Scriabin and their great forerunner J.S. Bach they comprise a cycle of 24 PrŽludes in all major and minor keys, but unlike the other ones are not organized systematically according to keys. A final highlight of late Romantic piano music, which no pianist can ignore!
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