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Re: Prokofiev's Paddy Wagon
« Reply #1700 on: September 01, 2022, 07:17:16 AM »
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Re: Prokofiev's Paddy Wagon
« Reply #1701 on: September 02, 2022, 09:40:46 AM »
Favorite recordings of the complete piano sonatas? I'd like to own a set.

I see you've now chosen and are enjoying the Dinara Klinton set, which I don't know but will certainly  check out.
Just to say that like others here I'd probably put  Ovchinnikov and Raekallio at the top of the pile (with for me Ovchinnikov in top spot), but don't discount Frederic Chiu on Harmonia Mundi whose set is excellent, and in places outdoes both of them imo. With the added advantage that for me his account of Visions fugitives greatly exceeds Raekallio's (Ovchinnikov sadly doesn't include them).