Howard Shelley

Land : Grande-Bretagne
Geschlecht : masculin
Anmerkung :
Pianiste et chef d'orchestre
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 1035 5479

Activities of Howard Shelley (99)

Piano (73)

Rodin
L'amant
The transcriptions
The complete piano concertos
Rondo capriccioso in E major Op 14
The complete solo piano music
Capriccio in F sharp minor Op 5
Piano concerto
Piano concerto in A major, Op. 7
Complete works for piano and orchestra
Capriccios & variations
Concerto in C major, Op 100
Études-tableaux
Piano sonatas
The complete piano sonatas
Piano concerto No. 1, Op 18
Piano concertos Op. 45 & 89
Rosemary Brown
Complete songs Vol. 02
Symphony No. 2
Complete songs Vol. 3
Rachmaninov Volume 2
Le petit garçon
Rachmaninov songs
Piano concertos Vol.
Piano concertos Vol. 5
An American in Paris
Piano concertos Vol. 4
Symphony No. 1
The complete piano music of Sergei Rachmaninov
Symphony No. 5 "Hydriotapha".
Piano music
Piano concertos Vol. 3
Piano concertos Vol. 2
Four scherzi Opp. 20, 31, 39 & 54
Piano concerto in F
The transcriptions
Cello concerto
Piano concertos Vol.1
Suite N °1
Carnaval Op. 9
Suite N °1
Variations on a theme of Chopin, op 22
Thirteen preludes op 32
Thirteen preludes op 32
Piano sonata n ° 1 D minor op 28
Ennemis intimes
Etudes-tableaux op 33, op 39
Etudes-tableaux op 33, op 39
The early piano works
À la française
Qui c'est ce garçon ?
Qui c'est ce garçon ?
Copenhague. - [7]
Concerto No. 3, Op. 57 'Concerto estivo'. - Kenneth Leighton, comp.. - [2]
Le bal des collabos. - [9]
Le bal des collabos. - [9]
Concerto in D, K. 315f for violin, piano andorchestra. - [12]
Piano concerto in C minor. - Frederick Delius, comp.. - [2]
Le bal des collabos. - [9]
Occupation du village. - [3]
Occupation du village. - [3]
Occupation du village. - [3]
Je ne suis pas un canular. - [1]
Je ne suis pas un canular. - [1]
Je ne suis pas un canular. - [1]
It's lonely at the top. - [8]
Felix Mendelssohn. - Felix Mendelssohn, comp. . - [1]
La plage. - [13]
La plage. - [13]
La plage. - [13]
Copenhague. - [7]
Copenhague. - [7]

Auteur du texte (1)

Beethoven and Mozart. - a talk by Howard Shelley. - [3]

See also (7)