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    Do like Stephen Hough. He glides beautifully and not a showman

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    Josquin13: Likewise, I wish the American pianist Agustin Anievas had had more of a recording career! His Chopin Etudes* are among my favorite recordings of those works, along with his Brahms*, Liszt*, and Rachmaninov*. I'd like to hear his recent Schumann/Chopin disc.
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    Hear hear. He recorded some Schubert Impromptus too that I thought were terrific. I enjoyed everything I heard from him and then he seemed to drop below the radar. He played without ego.

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    No mention of Powell or Ullén yet, I note...

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