Sergei Rachmaninov, Vladimir Ashkenazy - 24 Preludes (2xLP, Album). Serge Rachmaninoff, Vladimir Ashkenazy - Sämtliche Préludes (2xLP + Box).
10 Preludes, Op. 23. A. Composed By – Sergei Rachmaninov. Grand Piano – Vladimir Ashkenazy. Black and white DECCA Logo on front.
All twenty-four preludes on two long-playing vinyl records, circa 1976. Insert contains detailed information about the composition of the etudes and their performanc history. A collector's gem! Product details. Shipping Information: View shipping rates and policies.
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Sergei Rachmaninoff wrote a number of preludes, all for solo piano. His most important works in this genre are the 24 preludes that cover all 24 major and minor keys. These were, however, written and published at different times, not as a unified set. Of all the composers who wrote sets of 24 pieces in all the keys, Rachmaninoff seems to be the only one who did not originally set out with such a goal in mind. He also wrote three other individual preludes.