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Of the four Brahms concertos, there is much to be said for the individuality and artistic integrity of each: but there is most to be said, as an entity, for the violin concerto.
This autumn release nicely coincides with a composition by Johannes Brahms which he wrote during the autumn of his life: the masterly Clarinet Quintet op. 115 displays..
Well-chosen to complement the carefree Horn Sonata, the B side contains a light and airy performance of the Violin Sonata No.2
The recording is characterized by its brilliance, warmth and vivacity with the result that listening becomes a true musical pleasure.
Brahms originally intended his Piano Concerto No. 1 as a symphony and he extensively reworked his ideas before setting down the work in the form as we know it today.
Brahms’s Cello Sonatas could well be described as “romantic expression dressed in classical garb" Take Starker's cello is bold, woodsy and seated with proper perspective near Sebok's piano. The performances recorded here are lively, romantic and heartfelt...An outstanding pair of performances in equally outstanding sound. What more could you want? This is a must own issue!!
The debut recording by the Argentinian pianist Martha Argerich took the public by storm all over the world wherever she plays it is her remarkably strong personality, her phenomenal keyboard technique and her unusual musicality that fascinates the audience.