SERGEI BORTKIEWICZ (1877-1952): 3 Morceaux, Op. 24, Ein Roman, Op. 35, 3 Morceaux, Op. 6, Sonata No. 2, Op. 60, 2 Préludes, Op. 66, Minuit, Op. 5, 7 Préludes, Op. 40, Im 3/4 Takt, Op. 48, 6 Préludes, Op. 13, 6 Pensées Lyriques, Op. 11, 4 Morceaux, Op. 65, 7 Impressions, Op. 4, 10 Études, Op. 15, Sonata No. 1, Op. 9, Ballade, Op. 42, Elégie, Op. 46, 3 Valses, Op. 27, Kindheit, Op. 39, 4 Pièces, Op. 10, Lyrica Nova, Op. 59, Lamentations et Consolations, Op. 17, Marionetten, Op. 59, 3 Morceaux, Op. 12, 4 Morceaux, Op. 2, Aus meiner Kindheit, Op. 14, 10 Préludes, Op. 33.

Catalogue Number: 02U039

Label: Piano Classics

Reference: PCL10163

Format: CD reissue

Price: $55.98

Description: We offered the original two-discs-per-volume of these recordings back in April of 2009 (04K077, 04K078 and 04K079). Like the issue from the same source of the second and third of Bortkiewicz’s piano concertos, these solo recordings have also been reissued by the English Piano Classics label but with new and detailed booklet notes from the Bortkiewicz scholar Wouter Kalkman. If you still don’t know this rich and colorful music in the post-Romantic Russian tradition, based on Liszt and Chopin, influenced by Tchaikovsky and Russian folklore, and well insulated from Modernism, there isn’t a better or cheaper way to acquire it than this. 6 CDs. Klaas Trapman (piano). Original 2002, 2004 and 2006 releases of the Netherlands Music Institute.

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