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  1. Voodoor
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  2. Mira
    After the Second Piano Concerto (Alpha ), Nelson Goerner presents here his first solo Brahms recital with the Sonata op.5, a youthful composition that is ‘impetuous, full of ardour and vitality’, says Goerner, ‘but which requires an interpreter who has reached maturity .
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  3. Shaktijin
    May 30,  · Brahms Piano Sonata No.3,Rhapsodies,Intermezzo,Capriccio by Murry Perahia Perahia recorded this disc after his period of study with Horowitz. Perahia quotes Horowitz as saying, In order to be more than a virtuoso, you first must be a virtuoso. Suffice to say that on this recording, Perahia is more than a virtuoso.
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  4. Grotilar
    Brahms: Sonatas, Op No 1 & 2 / Manasse, Nakama with Manasse, Jon, Nakamatsu, Jon on CD. Order from your preferred classical music CD store - ArkivMusic. Great .
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  5. Dogor
    The Third Piano Sonata. in F minor was completed in October and represents the culmination of this first and only phase of piano sonata composition. It has both the variety and length of the expansive Sonata in F sharp minor Op 2, yet also the more concise thematic processes of the Sonata in C major (published as Op 1, but composed second).
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  6. Kakasa
    Download Nelson Goerner - Brahms: Sonata No.3, Op. 5 & Variations on a Theme by Paganini () Hi-Res or any other file from Music category. HTTP download also available at fast speeds.
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  8. Tygot
    In what we’re told is his first “purely solo recording” since signing an exclusive contract with Teldec, Barenboim salutes the youthful Brahms of Opp. 5 and 10, all completed – much of it in the tumultuous wake of introduction to the Schumanns – when he was only just into his twenties.
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