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Quote from: Jo498 on September 11, 2022, 08:04:57 AMIn that Peter Serkin box the sonatas K 457 and 533/494 are included as well as fantasies etc. K 475, 394, 397, rondos 485, 511. They are highly individual, some might say "romanticized" interpretations. Later he recorded some on a fortepiano? (there is a later disc with the last two sonatas and again the "rondos"), I prefer the more straightforwardly played concertos (they seem also recorded in better sound) but the solo pieces are certainly interesting and played considerably more unconventionally than the concertos.ASIN : B07MTJLXCG [asin]B07MTJLXCG[/asin]
Quote from: Todd on December 16, 2022, 11:39:14 AMSince I recommended it, I can say that I do rather enjoy it. Indeed, Mr Youn rates among my favorite living pianists, bats 1.000, and his Mozart cycle now sets the pace for me. His touch just sounds magical, nearly hypnotizing me in everything he does.My Mozart sonata cycle collecting has slowed to nothing basically, and remains at thirty-nine versions. Only two are HIP, and right now I don't know if I can take any more. My rankings, internationally regarded as the definitive, objective ranking system for piano sonata cycles, is below.
Quote from: Florestan on December 25, 2022, 09:00:30 AMFWIW, my current top three, in no particular order:Christian ZachariasFazil SayMaria Joao Pires (Denon)
Quote from: SonicMan46 on December 25, 2022, 09:36:20 AMHi Andrei - just curious how many sets do you own/heard that are below those top 3? Also, any PI favorites? Thanks - Dave
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