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Humanities and Science University Journal № 48 (Philology and Archaeology, World History, Art History), 2019

Piano Concerto No.3 by Anton Rubinstein (dedicated to the 190th anniversary of his birth)

M. V. Smirnova, Zeng Yiyi
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 DOI:https://doi.org/10.25807/PBH.22225064.2019.48.55.60
The paper is devoted to a little-known piece of A. Rubin-
stein’s heritage — Piano concerto No. 3. The music is 
analyzed in relation to the unique performance style of 
the great Russian pianist. The authors touch upon issues 
of interpreting Rubinstein’s music as a whole, and also 
signifi cance of Piano concerto No. 3 in a pedagogical 
aspect.
Keywords: piano, pianist, virtuoso, style, concerto, clavier, listener, interpretation, 
sound, cantilena, melody, virtuosity, perception, popmusic, pedagogical process.
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