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This is pianist Nelson Goerner's twelfth recording for the Alpha Classics label. He devotes his new album to the solo piano works of Franz Liszt, with the famous Sonata in B minor as the centrepiece, nearly twenty years after his first CD of the sonata, he felt the urge to re-record it, following a series of critically acclaimed concerts. His talents as a storyteller and as a virtuoso with an eye for nuance are heard to marvellous effect in this monumental work, a veritable 'musical action' that undoubtedly belongs in the pantheon of the finest literature for piano. The programme is completed by excerpts from Liszt's major cycles, including the Petrarch Sonnets from the Annees de pelerinage and the Hungarian Rhapsody no.6, along with the spectacular concert etude La leggierezza.
This is pianist Nelson Goerner's twelfth recording for the Alpha Classics label. He devotes his new album to the solo piano works of Franz Liszt, with the famous Sonata in B minor as the centrepiece, nearly twenty years after his first CD of the sonata, he felt the urge to re-record it, following a series of critically acclaimed concerts. His talents as a storyteller and as a virtuoso with an eye for nuance are heard to marvellous effect in this monumental work, a veritable 'musical action' that undoubtedly belongs in the pantheon of the finest literature for piano. The programme is completed by excerpts from Liszt's major cycles, including the Petrarch Sonnets from the Annees de pelerinage and the Hungarian Rhapsody no.6, along with the spectacular concert etude La leggierezza.
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Format: CD
Label: ALPHA
Rel. Date: 04/26/2024
UPC: 3701624510360

Sonate En Si Mineur Sonetti Di Petrarca
Artist: Liszt / Goerner
Format: CD
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This is pianist Nelson Goerner's twelfth recording for the Alpha Classics label. He devotes his new album to the solo piano works of Franz Liszt, with the famous Sonata in B minor as the centrepiece, nearly twenty years after his first CD of the sonata, he felt the urge to re-record it, following a series of critically acclaimed concerts. His talents as a storyteller and as a virtuoso with an eye for nuance are heard to marvellous effect in this monumental work, a veritable 'musical action' that undoubtedly belongs in the pantheon of the finest literature for piano. The programme is completed by excerpts from Liszt's major cycles, including the Petrarch Sonnets from the Annees de pelerinage and the Hungarian Rhapsody no.6, along with the spectacular concert etude La leggierezza.
        
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