The discography includes complete recordings only and is cronological with respect to date of recording. I welcome any additions or corrections.
"They are probably the most impossibly difficult things ever written for the piano." (Harold C. Schonberg)
|2016||12-13 July||Emanuele Delucchi||Piano Classics||PCL0122|| The complete studies on Chopin's op. 10.
Delucchi has performed this set in concert.
Remaining studies of the complete set are
scheduled for recording and performance in 2018.
|2010||n/a||"Michael Nanasakov"|| Nanasawa
|JNCD-1012|| Produced with computer and Yamaha discklavier
by Junichi Nanasawa.
Nanasawa names the virtual pianist Michael
|Ivan Ilić||Paraty||311.205||The complete studies for the left hand alone.|
|2005||n/a||Attr. Joyce Hatto||Concert Artist|| CACD 9147-2
| This "recording" is a hoax, refer www.farhanmalik.com:
Joyce Hatto's husband prepared the "recording"
on the basis of Hamelin's and Grante's (Altarus)
complete recordings and Ian Hobson's Arabesque
recording of 18 selected studies.
|2000||7-9 January||Carlo Grante||Music & Arts||CD-1093|
| 29-31 August
23, 24, 26 August
|Marc-André Hamelin||Hyperion||CDA67411/2|| Hamelin has recorded several individual studies
on other discs, refer Hamelin discography
|n/a||Carlo Grante||Altarus|| AIR-CD-9092
| Published 1993, 1995 and 1998. No recording date
The set excludes single-note version of no. 28.
| 13 March
|Francesco Libetta|| Libetta
| Filmed at two concerts at Milan Conservatory. |
Libetta first performed the complete studies in
1990 in Galatina, Italy, at the age of 22. Also in
2006 in Naples and Florence. In 2010 he performed
the complete set in one day in Brasilia.
A DVD release was indicated in International
Piano Quarterly (1999 spring issue), and on Libetta's
homepage in 2000. However, not yet published.
|1989||Summer||Geoffrey Douglas Madge||Dante|| PSG 8903/04
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