These are YouTube videos where the image shows the score. Audio only versions are below these three video links
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 in B minor Opus 23 - 1st Movement
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 in B minor Opus 23 - 2nd Movement
Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 in B minor Opus 23 - 3rd Movement
Originally played using a Roland A80 keyboard, the entire score was entered into Emagic's Notator on an Atari Computer (the original version of Logic Audio now only available on Apple computers) in the early 1990's (I think, but I can't remember exactly when). It was a mammoth task in those days, but the sample sets available were nothing like the current ones, so as a bit of fun, I decided to to have a go and see if I could update the performance using EastWest and Vienna Symphonic Library sample sets and create a more realistic sound.
The piano used is these three movements is the Vienna Synchron Steinway Hamburg Model D.
If you scroll down this page, you will find the original performance I created using the Atari Computer, Emagic's Notator as the midi sequencer. The sound module used was Roland's SC55. The piano instrument was a pair of Emu Proformance piano modules. I think this is the original, but I'd have to find a cassette copy to check.
I hope you enjoy listening/watching this. I've plenty of other works to listen to on my website: ny-productions.org. Feedback always welcome - positive or negative.
The next album is the original creation from the late 1990s/early 2000.