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Music Performed by Jeffrey Biegel





The Beethoven Sonata Pathetique, Rachmoninoff Prelude in G major, and the Strauss Beautiful Blue Danube are recordings from the first live classical music recital transmitted over the Internet in both audio and video. The recital took place in New York's Steinway Hall in July 1997. Click Here for the New York Times article concerning this historic event.

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Hometown Memories: The 'Kennedy Choir' from Plainview, New York, conducted by Ronald Cohen. Click Here to listen to nine recordings of choral works performed by the Kennedy Choir.



On July 2, 2010. Jeffrey Biegel performed the complete Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue at Brooklyn Bridge Park on one of the 60 pianos set up around NYC as part of the "Play Me, I'm Yours: NYC 2010" program created by Luke Jerram. Presented in NYC by Sing for Hope, 60 pianos were installed in public parks, streets and plazas. Like a creative blank canvas, the pianos were there for any member of the public to play and engage with.

Here is a recording of this great outdoor performance.

Gershwin. Rhapsody in Blue. / (24.6mb - 17:04)

Click HERE for a VIDEO of a section of this performance.



Meyer Kupferman. Sonata Mystikos. / (13mb - 16:33)

This recording was made on December 27, 1973 when Jeffrey Biegel was only twelve years old. It was recorded in the piano studio of his teacher, Morton Estrin. Meyer Kupferman, the respected composer, was a personal friend of Mr. Estrin, and the young pianist was given the "Sonata Mystikos" to learn for performance. This is the official first performance Mr. Biegel gave of a new work by a living composer. He had the privilege to play this for the composer himself.



Beethoven. Piano Sonata No. 8 in C minor, Op. 13. "Sonata Pathetique"

Movement I. / (8.6mb - 9:25)
Movement II. / (5.6mb - 6:05)
Movement III. / (4.5mb - 4:56)

Rachmaninoff. Prelude in G major. Op. 32, No. 5. / (5.3mb - 2:17)

Strauss (arranged by Artur Schulz-Evler) . By the Beautiful Blue Danube. / (8.2mb - 8:59)


Rachmaninoff. Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor, Op. 18

Movement I. / (11.6mb - 11:50)
Movement II. / (11.9mb -12:21)
Movement III. / (13mb - 12:53)

Prokofiev. Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major, Op. 26

Movement I. / (8.9mb - 9:45)
Movement II. / (8.6mb - 9:21)
Movement III. / (9.2mb - 10:01)

Tchaikovsky. Piano Concerto No. 1 in B flat minor, Op. 23

Movement I. / (19.4mb - 21:10)
Movement II. / (6.6mb - 7:12)
Movement III. / (7.4mb - 8:05)

Rachmaninoff. Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor, Op. 30

Movements I - III. / (39.5mb - 43:07)

Chopin. Etude in C sharp minor. Op. 10, No. 4. / (3.0mb - 3:18)

Chopin. Etude in G sharp minor. Op. 25, No. 6. / (2.3mb - 2:27)

Mozart. Piano Sonata No. 8 in A minor. K 310. Movement I. / (2.3mb - 2:27)

Gershwin. Concerto in F. / (35.1mb - 38:18)

Ellington. A New World A-Comin. / (11.7mb - 12:45)



Music Composed by Jeffrey Biegel


Hanukah Fantasy for SATB/Piano. / (5.9mb - 6:28)

Christmas in a Minute for SATB/Piano. / (3.8mb - 2:46)

Hey Ho the Wind and the Rain for SSA/Piano. / (3.6mb - 3:52)







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