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Antonio Janigro, Paul Badura-Skoda - Brahms* - Sonatas For Cello And Piano (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Lyric breadth and rough-hewn tension valiantly tangle in inspired readings of Schubert’s A minor Sonata D. (far superior to his earlier studio recordings), Brahms’ Op. Klavierstücke, and a more imaginatively nuanced Ravel Gaspard de la nuit than his very fine studio version issued by Musical Heritage Society on LP only.
  2. The Paul Badura-Skoda Edition - Chamber Recordings. DG: Buy download online. Paul Badura-Skoda (piano), Antonio Janigro (cello), Jean Fournier (violin), Otto Ruhm (double bass), Jörg Demus (piano), Barylli Quartet.
  3. The last three piano sonatas, opp. , , , recorded in , "Hammerklavier"-Sonata N° 29, op. , live recorded in Media: Compact Disc (CD) Contains: 2 CD.
  4. performed by Antonio Janigro (cello), Paul Badura-Skoda (piano), Rudolf Streng (viola), Walter Barylli (violin) composed by Johannes Brahms See All from $
  5. Sealed 3LP Box Set Collecting A Trio Of Early Schubert Sonatas. Paul Badura-Skoda, Piano. Artist: Schubert / Badura-Skoda Title: Complete Piano Sonatas, Volume 2 Genre: Classical Type: New - LP Label: RCA Catalog ID: VICS Country: USA Our ID:
  6. Paul Badura-Skoda, on old pianos: "I started to realize they were halfway between a harpsichord and a modern piano in the shape of a beautiful guitar, and with many extraordinary possibilities. I was converted and started to go parallel — both modern pianos, which I still love, and period instruments.".
  7. Paul Badura-Skoda and Friends: Chamber Music. Genuin: GEN Buy 4 CDs or download online. Paul Badura-Skoda (piano), David Oistrakh (violin), Jean Fournier (violin), Antonio Janigro (cello), Wolfgang Schneiderhan (violin), Boris Pergamenschikow (cello), Küchl Quartet.
  8. Fournier, Janigro and Badura-Skoda play Mozart. The complete Piano Trios Pt. 1, remastered for finest sound quality. We continue our re-evaluation of recordings made by Jean Fournier, Antonio Janigro and Paul Badura-Skoda with their complete Mozart Piano Trios, of which this is the first of two volumes.