|Granados: Goyescas; Albéniz: Iberia|
Artur Pizarro explores the piano works of Spanish greats Albéniz and Granados.» More
Granados' Goyescas, expressing the composer's interpretative improvisational style in a work inspired by eighteenth Century Spanish artist Francisco Goya, is a cornerstone of modern piano repertoire, here interpreted by virtuoso pianist Ana-Maria ...» More
|Granados: Goyescas & other piano music|
A major new recording of one of the masterpieces of the 20th-century piano repertoire from American pianist Garrick Ohlsson. Granados’s Goyescas, a series of six tone-poems celebrating his fellow Spaniard, the painter Goya, has long been revered b ...» More
|Bartlett & Robertson – Selected recordings, 1927-1947|
Ethel Bartlett and Rae Robertson both studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Tobias Matthay in the 1910s. They were married in 1921 and a few years later established a two-piano duo, which quickly became the first such team to achieve truly in ...» More
|Eileen Joyce – The complete Parlophone & Columbia solo recordings|
'Listening to Joyce is strangely addictive. One cannot wait, as it were, to read the next chapter. She shares with Kreisler and Tauber the same unteac ...
'The quality that comes across in these performances is the sheer joy of playing. Joyce possessed a formidable technique and an interpretative mind th ...» More
|Moura Lympany – The HMV Recordings, 1947-1952|
Moura Lympany (1916-2005) was the last of the major Matthay pupils and she started working with him in 1937 when he was already 79. In 1938 she shot to international fame when she came second to Emil Gilels in the Queen Elisabeth competition. A br ...» More
|Myra Hess – The complete solo and concerto studio recordings|
'in one disc after another you are drawn towards a deeply personal quality that endeared her to thousands … this set will prompt endless reapprai ...
'A stunning collection of music played by one of the most talented of British pianist' (MusicWeb International)» More