Friday, December 30, 2011

Mendelssohn / Piano Trios / Trio Wanderer

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Excellent posts these last two -- I already own these, and the Wanderer Trio is one of my favorite. I also like David Fray a lot, but this particular CD disappointed me a bit I guess... I preferred his Bach.

Tamia

Fly said...

I agree with you. David Fray is an excellent pianist but still needs to 'grow'.

Anonymous said...

Grandes musicas de piano.
Muchas gracias por todo. un fuerte abrazo y feliz año

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for having made available this wonderful performance; I think it's the best for these pieces.
Happy New Year to you.
Barbara

alex said...

thank you for all of your magnificent posts, i wish you and all a happy new year and of course i hope every one has had a merry christmas. thanks like always alex.

quantum said...

Magníficas propuestas musicales. Un blog a tener en cuenta. Muchas gracias y desearle un feliz año 2012 (a pesar de la crisis).

RonanM said...

And a happy new year to you too. May it be filled with good music!

Francesco Natali said...

Buon anno, grazie per la bellissima musica....e per la scelta lossless!

zorgloki said...

excellent recording !

Anonymous said...

Lovely blog.
Educational - discovering much great music and buying more thanks to you.
Thank you for the time taken,
M

Anonymous said...

Dear Fly, Regarding David Fray, I got hold (on avax) of a cd that was added as a bonus by the uploader of Fray's Schubert Wanderer/Liszt Sonata cd on Atma Classics. This bonus cd, a live recording of a concert at the 2006 Piano Festival Rhine-Ruhr, was apparently offered to subscribers of the German magazine Fono Forum. Do you know that cd ? If not, as an admirer of David Fray I urge you to get it, it is quite excellent--actually better than the Atma cd in my opinion.

Tamia

Fly said...

Tamia:

Yes, I agree with you. I didn't post it because I think this cd (David Schubert Liszt Piano Fray - Atma Classics) is available elsewhere. Thanks for the advice.