[These excerpts appeared in
The Duo-Art Monthly
published by The Aeolian Company (which was connected with Duo-Art piano rolls),
Aeolian Hall, New York, Vol. XI No. 1, October, 1924, pages 6 and 11.
This web version is dated 16 November 2004.
A Great Nocturne Played by Chopin Specialist
Nocturne in C-sharp minor, Op. 27, No. 1
Composed by Frederic Francois Chopin Played by Vladimir de Pachmann
[A paragraph on the composition is not reproduced here.]
Mr. de Pachmann's interpretation of this impressive Nocturne abounds in
sinister subtlety, as well as great tonal beauty.
It is a poetic performance by a Chopin specialist.
Brevities of News About Duo-Art Pianists
. . .
Vladimir de Pachmann spent most of the summer on a farm in the Catskills, at
Dunraven, N. Y., resting up for another extensive concert tour of the United
States in the autumn and winter, and developed considerable prowess as a
trout-fisherman, catching several big ones.