Dina Ugorskaja, performing with the Brandenburg Symphony under the conductor and Siemens Prize recipient Peter Gülke, is now presenting this work in its essence: a magnificent contribution to the music literature that even 160 years after its premiere continues to be filled with enigmas and marvels.
As an encore, Dina Ugorskaja offers a highly poetic rendering of the three Intermezzi from Brahms’s op.117, a work from his late period. Lovingly produced and recorded in the best 2+2+2 technique in three dimensions on MDG’s Super Audio CD, this ambitious program featuring these so very different works is an enriching addition to every record collection.
Brahms: Intermezzi (3), Op. 117Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor, Op. 15
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