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    "I only have a hunch in what I've become expert." - Leonard Cohen

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    G. Sokolov playing Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms plus various encores. Live recording from DG released in May.

    CD 1
    Beethoven
    Piano Sonata no.3 in C major, op.2 no.3
    11 Bagatelles, op.119

    CD 2
    Brahms
    6 Klavierstucke, op.118
    4 Klavierstucke, op.119

    Encores:
    Schubert - Impromptus in A flat major, D935 no.2
    Rameau - Les Sauvages
    Brahms - Intermezzo in B flat minor, op.117 no.2
    Rameau - Le Rappel des oiseaux
    Rachmaninov - Prelude in G sharp minor, op.32 no.12
    Schubert - Allegretto in C minor, D915
    Debussy - Des pas sur la neige (no.6 from Préludes, Book 1)

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    Mozart
    Piano Sonata in C major, K545
    Fantasia in C minor, K475
    Piano Sonata in C minor, K457

    Beethoven
    Piano Sonata no.27 in E minor, op.90
    Piano Sonata no.32 in C minor, op.111

    Encores
    Schubert - Moment musical in C major, D780 no.1
    Chopin - 2 Nocturnes, op.32
    Rameau - L’Indiscrète
    Schumann - Arabeske in C major, op.18
    Debussy - Canope (no.10 from Préludes, Book 2)
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    Released today. The old fashioned cover tricked me into thinking it was a re-release of a classic recording when I first saw it, but it isn't. It is yet another 2020 Beethoven cycle.
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    Ras writes, "Released today. The old fashioned cover tricked me into thinking it was a re-release of a classic recording when I first saw it, but it isn't. It is yet another 2020 Beethoven cycle."

    Hey Ras,

    For those that don't know her playing, Elizabeth Sombart is an impressive pianist & special human being. About thirty years ago she started a charitable foundation & every year since has regularly performed at refugee camps and orphanages and other underprivileged venues & locations around the world. She has a deep commitment to music & to humanity--a real artist. She also has an impressive pedigree as a pianist--for example, during her formative years, Sombart studied with Bruno-Leonardo Gelber in Buenos Aires, who had himself studied with Marguerite Long in Paris, who had studied with Antoine François Marmontel--who had many great, illustrious pupils besides Long, including Gabriel Faure, Claude Debussy, Francis Planté, Louis Diémer, and Georges Bizet. Indeed Long knew Ravel, Debussy, & Faure, and others. For instance, Ravel dedicated his Piano Concerto in G major to Long, and she gave the premiere recording of the work. While Gelber was Long's final student, & according to his teacher, her best pupil.

    I hope Sombart will record some Ravel, Debussy, Faure, & Satie piano music in the future, along with more Chopin. In addition, she has her teacher's special affinity for the works of Beethoven, and just the right piano touch for his music--a perfect combination of strength and great delicacy & sensitivity.

    It's shameful that Sombart has not had more of a recording career to date, especially when I consider some of the less gifted pianists that have been so commercially pumped over the past 25 years or so by record executives that too often don't know what they're doing.





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    Symphony No. 3, written only two years before his untimely death, but at the zenith of his powers as one of the Czech Lands’ leading composers, reveals Fibich’s sustained melodic and atmospheric powers as the music pursues the ‘darkness to light’ trajectory synonymous with the symphony during the 19th century. The remaining pieces, drawn from his best stage works, showcase operatic qualities that extend the dramatic lineage of Smetana. This is the final volume in this series.

    On the first listening, it beats all previous digital recordings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyGeorge View Post
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    In July the 3rd, I can't wait...
    So this is actually Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5!

    https://www.prestomusic.com/classica...honies-nos-1-5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helgi View Post
    So this is actually Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5!

    https://www.prestomusic.com/classica...honies-nos-1-5
    Even better than we could expect!

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    Here's what I'm excited about. It will complete the cycle, since he has said he has no interested in No. 10 or No. 8. It's been a tremendous cycle, one of my favorites, and has only gotten better with each release. 4 Sept.


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    Sawyers: Symphony No. 4

    BBC National Orchestra of Wales
    Kenneth Woods

    " New composer for me Anyone listened to him before?"

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    Released today:

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    This is a re-issue, previously released under the Decca label in 2013.
    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    Due for release on 3rd Jul 2020

    Order now and we will deliver it when available.
    For the European market out now
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    Elgar: Sea Pictures & Falstaff

    Elīna Garanča (mezzo-soprano), Staatskapelle Berlin, Daniel Barenboim




    Due for release on 24th Jul 2020
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