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on 6 January 2016
I'm not a great devotee of the piano, but I made an exception in this instance and I am not disappointed. I am delighted with these cds
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on 28 February 2018
Great recording and thoroughly enjoyed.
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on 12 August 2013
Once again Alfred Brendel makes you feel it is the composer playing - it just sounds "right", the mark of a true master musician.
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VINE VOICEon 12 May 2009
safely in the hands of a master I can rest assured when listening to this subline CD that the world is not in the mess the media says it is.
if you need saving in any way buy this!!
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on 28 October 2011
Brendel is (I suppose we have to say "was" since he is sadly no longer performing) unbettered in this repertoire. Haydn's piano music is less well known than his symphonies, string quartets and masses and Brendel's performances of these four sonatas make an excellent entry point. The Mozart disc includes a gripping performance of the D minor concerto (with the late lamented Charles Mackerras conducting) that is unusual in having a first movement cadenza (maybe by Brendel himself?) that differs from that by Beethoven which is usually played in the absence of any surviving from Mozart himself.
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