beethoven by brendel
Beethoven As A Solidly Built House
a: Beethoven by brendel ~
b: a house solidly built inside and out
What: "Brendel's Beethoven is like a house solidly built inside and out, with every nail firmly hammered in. In comparison, Ashkenazy's is like a house that is glamorously painted outside without as much craftsmanship committed inside." This is a comparison of different renderings of Beethoven's piano sonatas.
Writer: Johnson Lee
Date: Nov 13 2011 8:47 PM
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