Beethoven / Scherbakov: Complete Piano Sonatas

Beethoven / Scherbakov SKU: 40789903
Beethoven / Scherbakov: Complete Piano Sonatas

Beethoven / Scherbakov: Complete Piano Sonatas

Beethoven / Scherbakov SKU: 40789903

Format: CD

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Title: Complete Piano Sonatas
Artist: Beethoven / Scherbakov
Label: Steinway & Sons
UPC: 034062301508
Genre: Classical Artists

Scherbakov and Steinway celebrate Beethoven with a cycle of the most enduring works of piano literature. These inspired performances were recorded for and during the 250th Anniversary year. "It's like coming back home into territory that is as natural and native to you as beautiful. It's an eternal repertory that stands above all." (Konstantin Scherbakov) Swiss-Russian pianist Konstantin Scherbakov is among the most ubiquitous and oft-recorded pianists today. The range of his repertory is vast and demanding, both technically and interpretively: his discography comprises some 50 recordings, including the complete solo piano outputs of Godowsky, Shostakovich and Respighi, and the complete piano/orchestral works of Medtner, Tchaikovsky, Respighi and Scriabin. His contribution to the Naxos Franz Liszt piano music series includes critically acclaimed performances of Liszt's transcriptions of Beethoven's Symphonies, of which the Ninth Symphony was awarded the 2005 Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik.


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