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Piotr Anderszewski Plays Bach: English Suite BWV 811/Beethoven: Piano Sonata Op. 110/Webern: Variations Op. 27
 : Piotr Anderszewski Plays Bach: English Suite BWV 811/Beethoven: Piano Sonata Op. 110/Webern: Variations Op. 27

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0724354563225
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 4055020490
Label: Erato Disques
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Erato Disques
MPN: 724354563225
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: July 13, 2004
Publisher: Erato Disques
Release Date: June 07, 2004
Studio: Erato Disques




Disc 1:
  1. Prelude
  2. Allemande
  3. Courante
  4. Sarabande
  5. Double
  6. Gavotte I
  7. Gavotte II - Gavotte I Da Capo
  8. Gigue
  9. I. Moderato Cantabile
  10. II. Allegro Molto
  11. III. Adagio Ma Non Troppo
  12. Arioso Dolente
  13. Fuga. Allegro, Ma Non Troppo
  14. L'Istesso Tempo Dell'arioso
  15. L'Istesso Tempo Della Fuga, Poi Di Nuovo Vivente
  16. I. Sehr Massig, Eighth Note = Ca 40
  17. II. Sehr Schnell, Eighth Note = Ca 160
  18. III. Ruhig, Fliessend, Eighth Note = Ca 80
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Editorial Review:

Amazon.com:
Usually it's the dazzling moments in a piano recital that first catch your attention. But although Anderszewski plays the opening of the Bach with plenty of brio and energy, it's the haunting playing of the Sarabande that first demonstrates that you are in the presence of pianistic greatness. The subdued, songful opening of the Beethoven Sonata Op. 110 promises another revelatory performance, promise amply fulfilled by Anderszewski's subtle, thoughtful playing. He then goes on the play the often-puzzling Webern as more of Beethoven's lyricism with weirder notes. This music actually isn't hard to understand when it's played with this kind of musical assurance. It isn't until you start reading the booklet--which is, alas, not very helpful--that you discover this recital is a reissue, first recorded for the Polish Accord label in 1996. The information should have been more prominently displayed, but the performances of this engrossing program are still well worth the price of the disc and continue to convince that Anderszewski is one of the most interesting, rewarding pianists of our time. --Leslie Gerber



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