Dear America, Pianist, AkiraEguchi  
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Dear America,
Legends of
the Maestros

Pictures at an Exhibition
Other CD
Dear America,
How are you today? I know you're doing very well but just want to tell you that I am always with you. In my 18 years of NY city life, so many things have happened, Collapse of Berlin Wall and Soviet Union, Gulf War, 9/11 etc. But again, I am always with you. You are like my father when I say Japan is my mother.
Sincerely Yours,
Last Update:2009/2/7 

About this site

 This is Pianist, Akira Eguchi's web site.
 Introducing my CDs.

  "Dear America," was recorded right after the 9/11 Terro.
The CD includes pieces by American composers and very special Horowitz arrangement of "Stars and Stripes, Forever".

  "LEGENDS OF THE MAESTORS" was recorded at the Carnegie Hall with a NY Steinway made in 1887.
This NY Steinway was originally placed on the stage of Carnegie Hall for its opening in 1891. Many pianists of that era have played this piano on the stage, and when Maestro Horowitz toured Japan in 1986, he found this piano at a hotel lobby in Tokyo, and fell in love with it right away. He told Mr. Mohr that it was the one he played at his Carnegie Hall Debut.

  "Pictures at an Exhibition" was released July 2006, including Preludes by Rachmaninoff, Romeo and Juliet by Prokofieff, Horowitz version of Pictures at an Exhibition.
+ Dear America,  MP3.jpg
+ Legends of the Maestros  MP3.jpg
+ Pictures at an Exhibition  MP3.jpg
+ Live "Eastern Europe"  MP3.jpg
+ Live "Russia"  MP3.jpg
+ Live "America"  MP3.jpg

Since May 2002