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Jean-Guihen Queyras and Alexandre Tharaud perform their own transcription of Brahms’ Hungarian Dance no.5, originally written for violin and piano. The duo has recorded the whole set of dances along with the composer’s two cello sonatas. The Strad review reads: ‘The players’ idiomatic arrangements of six of Brahms’s ...
Brahms takes flight in these light-as-air interpretations
Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata in A minor D821, Sonatine D384, Das Wandern, Ungeduld, Die Vögel, Wiegenlied, Nacht und Träume. Webern: Three Pieces op.11. Berg: Four Pieces op.5
THE STRAD RECOMMENDS The Strad Issue: January 2006 Musicians: Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello) Alexandre Tharaud (piano) Composer: Schubert, Webern, Berg Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata, generally viewed as an enchantingly sunny work, reveals an underlying anguish in the hands of this much-recorded French duo. Queyras writes in the booklet of ...