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  • Morton Feldman: For Bunita Marcus (1985), as recorded by Marc-André Hamelin in 2017
  • Federico Mompou: Canción y Danza (1921), as recorded by Stephen Hough in 1998
  • Federico Mompou: Musica Callada ("The voice of silence", 1959-1967), as recorded by Javier Perianes in 2012
  • Philipp Scharwenka: various piano works, as recorded by Luis Pipa in 2019
  • Mykola Lysenko: various piano works, as recorded by Arthur Greene in 2015
  • Sigismond Thalberg: L'art du chant, appliqué au piano, op.70 (1862), as recorded by Paul Wee in 2020
  • Max Reger: Träume am Kamin (dreams by the fireplace), op.143 (1915), as recorded by Markus Pawlik in 2015.
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau, various, as recorded by Tzimon Barto as "A basket of wild strawberries" in 2005.
 

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Transcription in the light of harpsichord technique for the modern piano of the chromatic fantasia of J.S. Bach, followed by a fugue: and other piano music and transcriptions by Kaikhosru Sorabji
Pianist: Michael Habermann
Label: BIS
 

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Godowsky can be stimulating yet relaxing at the same time. Try the set of pieces called Triakontameron (it includes Godowsky's greatest hit, Alt Wien). There's a fair amount of contemporary piano music which is good as accompaniment for reading or just doing nothing. Stephan Moccio and Joep Beving are two I've enjoyed in that way.
 
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