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Re: Baroque and early music on piano excluding Bach
« Reply #100 on: May 10, 2022, 03:57:50 PM »
I think you may be being hasty about the Batagov actually, which seems at least rather beautiful, introspective and refined.

But the Schlieme is quite another matter. Everything seems less subtle in terms of colour and weight than it was in his Frescobaldi CD. I just don’t like it at all!
His Frescobaldi was fantastic. But he wasn’t going off-script. Here, he seems to think his spin on things will make the music stand out. But it drags it down.