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Edition Klavier-Festival Ruhr Vol. 35
Ferruccio Busoni, Johannes Brahms, Max Reger

Christopher Park & others

Edition Klavier-Festival Ruhr Vol. 35

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Label: CAvi
UPC: 4260085533619
Catnr: AVI 8553361
Release date: 10 March 2017
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CAvi
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4260085533619
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AVI 8553361
Release date
10 March 2017

"A very successful edition with a nice balance between familiar and less popular, but certainly not less interesting repertoire, all equally full of fanastie played with adventurous spirit and exemplary recorded with superior quality instruments."

De Pianist, 20-1-2017
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About the album

Johannes Brahms's piano oeuvre was one of the 2016 Ruhr Piano Festival's main themes. That emphasis is reflected, naturally, in the choice of works for our annual boxed set of albums, along with the anniversaries of two further composers, the works of whom are - quite unjustly - seldom performed: Max Reger (marking the 100th anniversary of his death), and Ferruccio Busoni (celebrating the 150th anniversary of his birth). Brahms's Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel, Op. 24, can be viewed as an act of artistic liberation, here in a version by young German-Korean pianist Christopher Park, who performed his debut recital at the Festival. Finally, Max Reger's technically and musically challenging Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Georg Philip Telemann, Op. 134 are heard in a virtuoso rendition by Joseph Moog. Max Reger's Watercolors, Op. 25, pay omage to the Romantic piano tradition, performed by Anna Tsybuleva, whom we invited as the laureate of teh 2015 Leeds Competi

Artist(s)

Christopher Park (piano)

Born of German-Korean parents in Bamberg in 1987, Christopher Park was admitted as a junior student at the age of 12 to the Saar University of Music. In the course of his studies he was influenced by two major musical traditions, thanks to the teaching of Lev Natochenny and Joachim Volkmann. In 2014, the jury of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival Foundation presented him with the Leonard Bernstein Award. Park has made solo appearances with a number of German orchestras including the Württemberg Chamber Orchestra (Heilbronn), and the radio symphony orchestras of NDR broadcasting (Hamburg) and HR (Frankfurt), col- laborating with conductors of the likes of Christoph Eschenbach, Paavo Järvi, Sebastian Weigle, Ion Marin and Paul Daniel. He has performed in...
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Born of German-Korean parents in Bamberg in 1987, Christopher Park was admitted as a junior student at the age of 12 to the Saar University of Music. In the course of his studies he was influenced by two major musical traditions, thanks to the teaching of Lev Natochenny and Joachim Volkmann. In 2014, the jury of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival Foundation presented him with the Leonard Bernstein Award. Park has made solo appearances with a number of German orchestras including the Württemberg Chamber Orchestra (Heilbronn), and the radio symphony orchestras of NDR broadcasting (Hamburg) and HR (Frankfurt), col- laborating with conductors of the likes of Christoph Eschenbach, Paavo Järvi, Sebastian Weigle, Ion Marin and Paul Daniel. He has performed in Europe, China, South Africa, South Korea and the US, appearing at the international music festivals of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Rheingau, Schleswig-Holstein, San Sebastian and Burgos. Christopher Park gave his first Ruhr Piano Festival solo recital in 2016.
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Joseph Moog (piano)

Born in 1987 in Ludwigshafen, Joseph Moog started sitting down regularly at the piano when he was four. At the age of ten he was accepted as a young student at the Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe, before going on to study in Würzburg and Hannover. Moog has a fine sense for combining repertoire. He places well-loved pieces alongside rare niche findings, searching for new insight and thereby throwing a different light on familiar music – for instance, when he places shining gems of the Late Baroque period such as Domenico Scarlatti’s brief sonatas alongside piano transcriptions and arrangements from the 19th century, or when, instead of pairing the Grieg Piano Concerto with the Schumann Concerto, he chooses to feature...
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Born in 1987 in Ludwigshafen, Joseph Moog started sitting down regularly at the piano when he was four. At the age of ten he was accepted as a young student at the Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe, before going on to study in Würzburg and Hannover. Moog has a fine sense for combining repertoire. He places well-loved pieces alongside rare niche findings, searching for new insight and thereby throwing a different light on familiar music – for instance, when he places shining gems of the Late Baroque period such as Domenico Scarlatti’s brief sonatas alongside piano transcriptions and arrangements from the 19th century, or when, instead of pairing the Grieg Piano Concerto with the Schumann Concerto, he chooses to feature Moritz Moszkowski instead: a true discovery. Moog has twice won the International Classical Music Award (ICMA); in 2009 he was selected as a Young Steinway Artist. He has garnered further international prizes such as the 2015 Gramophone Classical Music Award as Young Artist of the Year, followed by a 2016 Grammy nomination. Moog is featured in several instances on CDs of the Edition Ruhr Piano Festival: for instance, on Vol. 35 with Max Reger’s Telemann Variations. Volume 32 includes an entire CD performed by Moog, with works by Liszt, Debussy, and others. He guested at the Ruhr Piano Festival for the 5th time in 2017.
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Fabian Müller (piano)

The Bern-based pianist Fabian M. Mueller (born 1983 in St. Gallen) has not only won many prizes and is a successful band leader (FM Trio), but is also active with various ensembles (Augur Ensemble, Apart Of) on numerous European stages and many CDs. He is distinguished by his extremely imaginative playing, which repeatedly explores boundaries. He is a great composer at the same time. 'Rhythmically advanced sounds with powerful effects, energetic clusters, fidgety dance figures, completely transparent melodies and muscular, rolling bass now and then with a touch of Africa seem to flow from Mueller's fingers more or less in passing.' (Jazz thing)
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The Bern-based pianist Fabian M. Mueller (born 1983 in St. Gallen) has not only won many prizes and is a successful band leader (FM Trio), but is also active with various ensembles (Augur Ensemble, Apart Of) on numerous European stages and many CDs. He is distinguished by his extremely imaginative playing, which repeatedly explores boundaries. He is a great composer at the same time. "Rhythmically advanced sounds with powerful effects, energetic clusters, fidgety dance figures, completely transparent melodies and muscular, rolling bass now and then with a touch of Africa seem to flow from Mueller's fingers more or less in passing." (Jazz thing)
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Anna Tsybuleva (piano)

Described by Gramophone Magazine as embodying “superb pianism and intelligent musicianship”, Anna Tsybuleva shot into the international spotlight in 2015 when she was crowned First Prize Winner of the Leeds International Piano Competition. She received wide critical acclaim for her winning performance, and was described as “A pianist of rare gifts: not since Murray Perahia’s triumph in 1972 has Leeds had a winner of this musical poise and calibre” (International Piano Magazine). Now a regular performer in major cities worldwide, Tsybuleva’s early experiences were more modest. Born in 1990, she was raised in Nizhny Arkhyz – a small village of approximately 500 inhabitants – in the Karachay-Cherkess Republic of Russia, where nature and the beauty of her surroundings proved a constant source of inspiration. These beginnings have served to...
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Described by Gramophone Magazine as embodying “superb pianism and intelligent musicianship”, Anna Tsybuleva shot into the international spotlight in 2015 when she was crowned First Prize Winner of the Leeds International Piano Competition. She received wide critical acclaim for her winning performance, and was described as “A pianist of rare gifts: not since Murray Perahia’s triumph in 1972 has Leeds had a winner of this musical poise and calibre” (International Piano Magazine).

Now a regular performer in major cities worldwide, Tsybuleva’s early experiences were more modest. Born in 1990, she was raised in Nizhny Arkhyz – a small village of approximately 500 inhabitants – in the Karachay-Cherkess Republic of Russia, where nature and the beauty of her surroundings proved a constant source of inspiration. These beginnings have served to feed directly into the development of her unique performance style today, which is one of captivating intimacy: drawing the listener into a private sphere of music-making in even the largest of concert halls.

Highlights of Tsybuleva’s 2019/2020 season included major international debuts in recital at Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam and Istanbul’s Cemal Reşit Rey Concert Hall. Amongst those performances requiring postponement due to the 2020 COVID19 pandemic were Tsybuleva’s German debut as soloist with Sinfonieorchester Wuppertal/Julia Jones, and North American debut at the Brevard Music Festival, North Carolina.

The 2020/2021 season opens with a return to National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia/Vladimir Spivakov, and as the season unfolds we see Tsybuleva performing on prestigious recital stages across Europe, including her French debut at the Salle Cortot, Paris. Tsybuleva also makes her Polish debut with the Silesian Philharmonic Orchesrtra/Sebastian Perłowski, and embarks upon a major Chinese recital tour culminating with a performance at the Shanghai Oriental Arts Center. In a major season highlight, Tsybuleva embarks on the debut recording of a newly commissioned piano concerto, at Abbey Road Studios with the London Symphony Orchestra/Marin Alsop.

In recital, Tsybuleva has appeared on some of the greatest international stages, including Palais des Beaux-Arts, Philharmonie Luxembourg, Tonhalle Zürich, and the Wigmore Hall. As concerto soloist, recent highlights have included performances with Basel Symphony, Mariinsky, Oxford Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Singapore Symphony, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, and Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. She enjoys working regularly with such esteemed conductors as Sir Mark Elder, Michał Nesterowicz, Vladimir Spivakov, Yuri Temirkanov, and Joshua Weilerstein, amongst others. Tsybuleva is in high demand in Asia, where she recently undertook an extensive 14-concert tour as soloist with the Asian Youth Orchestra, covering China, Hong Kong, the Republic of the Philippines, Taiwan, and Japan.

Tsybuleva took her first piano lessons with her mother at the age of 6, before attending the Shostakovich Music School in Volgodonsk aged 9. From age 13, she continued her studies at the Moscow Central Music School and the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, under internationally renowned pedagogue Professor Lyudmila Roschina. During this time, Tsybuleva garnered her first major competition wins – including the Grand Prix of the International Gilels Piano Competition (2013), and top prizes from the Hamamatsu International Piano Competition (2012) and Takamatsu International Piano Competition (2014).

After graduating from the Moscow Conservatoire in 2014 with the coveted award for ‘Best Student’, Tsybuleva furthered her studies with Claudio Martínez-Mehner at the Hochschule für Musik Basel. During these two years, she developed her growing passion for Romantic repertoire of the German School, and won the Leeds International Piano Competition in 2015 with her captivating performance of Brahms Piano Concerto No.2, under the baton of Sir Mark Elder and the Hallé Orchestra. Tsybuleva has since combined her international performance career with a thirst for further knowledge, and has just completed post-graduate studies at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire.

Tsybuleva’s debut recital recording (Fantasien, released on Champs Hill, 2017) comprised piano fantasies by C.P.E. Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, and Brahms. It garnered universal praise in the media for its imaginative and carefully crafted programme, with reviews including: “The playing of this magnetic young Russian artist is thoughtful, elegant, and exciting… I have long admired Sviatoslav Richter’s take, but this new recording is even more satisfying for its broader approach” (Fanfare Magazine).

With her “energetic elan, bravura, and heart-on-sleeve communication” (International Piano Magazine), Anna Tsybuleva is fast emerging as one of the finest pianists of her generation, “destined to become a world piano star” (APE Musicale, Italy).


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Gina Alice (piano)

Young rising star Gina Alice is the recipient of several prestigious awards. Born in 1994 in Wiesbaden, she became a junior member of Lev Natochenny’s masterclass at the Frankfurt University of Music and Perform- ing Arts. She is currently perfecting her craft under the tutelage of Bernhard Wetz in the same institution, and has received further valuable instruction from Gary Graffman in New York. She began performing in public in Germany at the age of eight. In 2007 she made her first televised appearance in the “Klassik-Kids” show: a widely acclaimed performance of the first movement of Mendelssohn’s Piano Concerto No. 1, accompanied by the Berlin Youth Orchestra. Ever since 2012, Gina Alice has been giving guest performances on a...
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Young rising star Gina Alice is the recipient of several prestigious awards. Born in 1994 in Wiesbaden, she became a junior member of Lev Natochenny’s masterclass at the Frankfurt University of Music and Perform- ing Arts. She is currently perfecting her craft under the tutelage of Bernhard Wetz in the same institution, and has received further valuable instruction from Gary Graffman in New York. She began performing in public in Germany at the age of eight. In 2007 she made her first televised appearance in the “Klassik-Kids” show: a widely acclaimed performance of the first movement of Mendelssohn’s Piano Concerto No. 1, accompanied by the Berlin Youth Orchestra. Ever since 2012, Gina Alice has been giving guest performances on a regular basis with the Sinfonie-Orchester Berlin in the Philharmonie. In 2013 she performed the inaugural solo recital in a new concert series entitled “Young Virtuosi”, in the sold-out concert hall of the Frankfurt broadcasting station Hessischer Rundfunk (HR). Apart from a great number of appearances in Germany, Gina Alice has gained initial international experience by honoring invitations to perform in France and in Spain. She gave her Ruhr Piano Festival début in 2016.

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Louis Schwizgebel (piano)

Born in Geneva in 1987, Louis Schwizgebel studied with Brigitte Meyer in Lausanne and Pascal Devoyon in Berlin. He went on to perfect his craft at the Juilliard School in New York with Emanuel Ax and Robert McDonald, as well as at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Pascal Némirovski. At the age of seventeen he won the Geneva International Music Competition and, two years later, the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York. In 2012 he won Second Prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition and was selected to go on tour as a BBC New Generation Artist from 2013 to 2015. Schwizgebel has performed with many orchestras around the globe, including the London Philharmonic, the...
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Born in Geneva in 1987, Louis Schwizgebel studied with Brigitte Meyer in Lausanne and Pascal Devoyon in Berlin. He went on to perfect his craft at the Juilliard School in New York with Emanuel Ax and Robert McDonald, as well as at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Pascal Némirovski. At the age of seventeen he won the Geneva International Music Competition and, two years later, the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York. In 2012 he won Second Prize at the Leeds International Piano Competition and was selected to go on tour as a BBC New Generation Artist from 2013 to 2015. Schwizgebel has performed with many orchestras around the globe, including the London Philharmonic, the BBC Sym- phony, the City of Birmingham Symphony, the Wiener Symphoniker and the Orchestre National de Lyon. He was worked together with conductors such as Edward Gardner, Thierry Fischer, Joshua Weilerstein, Fabio Luisi, Leonard Slatkin, and James Gaffigan. Schwizgebel has performed at the Progetto Martha Argerich in Lugano, at the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad and at Verbier Festival. In 2014 he gave his BBC Proms début with an electrifying rendition of Prokofiev’s First Piano Concerto. Louis Schwizgebel gave his first Ruhr Piano Festival recital in 2016.
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Johannes Brahms

Johannes Brahms was a German composer and pianist. Born in Hamburg into a Lutheran family, Brahms spent much of his professional life in Vienna, Austria. His reputation and status as a composer is such that he is sometimes grouped with Johann Sebastian Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven as one of the 'Three Bs' of music, a comment originally made by the nineteenth-century conductor Hans von Bülow.   Brahms composed for symphony orchestra, chamber ensembles, piano, organ, and voice and chorus. A virtuoso pianist, he premiered many of his own works. He worked with some of the leading performers of his time, including the pianist Clara Schumann and the violinist Joseph Joachim (the three were close friends). Many of his works have become...
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Johannes Brahms was a German composer and pianist. Born in Hamburg into a Lutheran family, Brahms spent much of his professional life in Vienna, Austria. His reputation and status as a composer is such that he is sometimes grouped with Johann Sebastian Bach and Ludwig van Beethoven as one of the "Three Bs" of music, a comment originally made by the nineteenth-century conductor Hans von Bülow.
Brahms composed for symphony orchestra, chamber ensembles, piano, organ, and voice and chorus. A virtuoso pianist, he premiered many of his own works. He worked with some of the leading performers of his time, including the pianist Clara Schumann and the violinist Joseph Joachim (the three were close friends). Many of his works have become staples of the modern concert repertoire. Brahms, an uncompromising perfectionist, destroyed some of his works and left others unpublished.
Brahms has been considered, by his contemporaries and by later writers, as both a traditionalist and an innovator. His music is firmly rooted in the structures and compositional techniques of the Classical masters. While many contemporaries found his music too academic, his contribution and craftsmanship have been admired by subsequent figures as diverse as Arnold Schoenberg and Edward Elgar. The diligent, highly constructed nature of Brahms's works was a starting point and an inspiration for a generation of composers. Within his meticulous structures is embedded, however, a highly romantic nature.

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Ferruccio Busoni

Busoni was a man with many faces. He was born in Tuscany from a German mother and Italian father, and settled down in Berlin, after visiting Leipzig, Helsinki and Moscow. There he established himself as a composer, but above all a phenomenal pianist. His music shows some discrepancies. On the one hand, he looks back on the Romantic period with his giant pianoconcerto with male choir as the absolute pinnacle. On the onder hand, he looks forward to the future and found that music had to be freed of the chains of outdated ideas. In his much-read manifest 'Entwurf einer neuen Ästhetik der Tonkunst’ (1907), Busoni sketches his ideal image of music, and in his Six Sonatinas for piano he...
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Busoni was a man with many faces. He was born in Tuscany from a German mother and Italian father, and settled down in Berlin, after visiting Leipzig, Helsinki and Moscow. There he established himself as a composer, but above all a phenomenal pianist. His music shows some discrepancies. On the one hand, he looks back on the Romantic period with his giant pianoconcerto with male choir as the absolute pinnacle. On the onder hand, he looks forward to the future and found that music had to be freed of the chains of outdated ideas. In his much-read manifest 'Entwurf einer neuen Ästhetik der Tonkunst’ (1907), Busoni sketches his ideal image of music, and in his Six Sonatinas for piano he presented these ideas musically. In his unfinished opera Doctor Faust, all discrepancies come together as the main character himself is a curious mix of seemingly incompatible elements, just like Busoni.
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Max Reger

Johann Baptist Joseph Maximilian Reger (19 March 1873 – 11 May 1916) was a German composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and academic teacher. Born in Brand, Bavaria, Reger studied music in Munich and Wiesbaden with Hugo Riemann. From September 1901 he settled in Munich, where he obtained concert offers and where his rapid rise to fame began. During his first Munich season, Reger appeared in ten concerts as an organist, chamber pianist and accompanist. He continued to compose without interruption. From 1907 he worked in Leipzig, where he was music director of the universityuntil 1908 and professor of composition at the conservatory until his death. In 1911 he moved to Meiningen where he got the position of Hofkapellmeister at the court of Georg II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen. In 1915 he moved to Jena, commuting once a week to teach in Leipzig. He died in May 1916 on...
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Johann Baptist Joseph Maximilian Reger (19 March 1873 – 11 May 1916) was a German composer, conductor, pianist, organist, and academic teacher. Born in Brand, Bavaria, Reger studied music in Munich and Wiesbaden with Hugo Riemann. From September 1901 he settled in Munich, where he obtained concert offers and where his rapid rise to fame began. During his first Munich season, Reger appeared in ten concerts as an organist, chamber pianist and accompanist. He continued to compose without interruption. From 1907 he worked in Leipzig, where he was music director of the universityuntil 1908 and professor of composition at the conservatory until his death. In 1911 he moved to Meiningen where he got the position of Hofkapellmeister at the court of Georg II, Duke of Saxe-Meiningen. In 1915 he moved to Jena, commuting once a week to teach in Leipzig. He died in May 1916 on one of these trips of a heart attack at age 43.
He had also been active internationally as a conductor and pianist. Among his students were Joseph Haas, Sándor Jemnitz, Jaroslav Kvapil, Ruben Liljefors, George Szell and Cristòfor Taltabull.
Reger was the cousin of Hans von Koessler.

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A very successful edition with a nice balance between familiar and less popular, but certainly not less interesting repertoire, all equally full of fanastie played with adventurous spirit and exemplary recorded with superior quality instruments.
De Pianist, 20-1-2017

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Disc #1
01.
Variationen und Fuge über ein Thema von Georg Friedrich Händel in B-Dur op. 24: Aria. Variationen I – XXV
22:17
(Johannes Brahms) Christopher Park
02.
Variationen und Fuge über ein Thema von Georg Friedrich Händel in B-Dur op. 24: Fuga
05:12
(Johannes Brahms) Christopher Park
03.
Variationen und Fuge über ein Thema von Georg Philipp Telemann in B-Dur op. 134: Thema Tempo di Minuetto
27:45
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
04.
Variationen und Fuge über ein Thema von Georg Philipp Telemann in B-Dur op. 134: Fuge
05:21
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog

Disc #2
01.
Fünf Aquarellen Op. 25: I.Canzonetta
01:56
(Max Reger) Anna Tsybuleva
02.
Fünf Aquarellen Op. 25: II. Humoreske
01:36
(Max Reger) Anna Tsybuleva
03.
Fünf Aquarellen Op. 25: III. Impromptu
03:03
(Max Reger) Anna Tsybuleva
04.
Fünf Aquarellen Op. 25: IV. Nordische Ballade
05:24
(Max Reger) Anna Tsybuleva
05.
Fünf Aquarellen Op. 25: V. Masurka
02:40
(Max Reger) Anna Tsybuleva
06.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Larghetto
03:16
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
07.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Con moto
02:25
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
08.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Molto adagio
02:40
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
09.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Allegretto grazioso
02:26
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
10.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Agitato
02:31
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
11.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Poco vivace
02:14
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
12.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Molto sostenuto
02:46
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
13.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Etüde: Vivace
00:56
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
14.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Larghetto
02:47
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
15.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Humoreske: Vivace
02:27
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
16.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Andantino
02:25
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
17.
Träume am Kamin op. 143: Studie: Larghetto
02:58
(Max Reger) Joseph Moog
18.
Sonatina seconda
09:03
(Ferruccio Busoni) Fabian Müller
19.
Chaconne aus der Partita Nr. 2 für Violine von J. S. Bach in d-Moll BWV 1004
14:30
(Ferruccio Busoni) Gina Alice
20.
Choralvorspiel „Nun komm’, der Heiden Heiland“ in g-Moll BWV 659
05:23
(Ferruccio Busoni) Joseph Moog

Disc #3
01.
Vier Balladen op. 10: Nr. 1 in d-Moll, Andante
04:31
(Johannes Brahms) Gina Alice
02.
Vier Balladen op. 10: Nr. 2 in D-Dur, Andante
06:21
(Johannes Brahms) Gina Alice
03.
Vier Balladen op. 10: Nr. 3 in h-Moll, Allegro
04:18
(Johannes Brahms) Gina Alice
04.
Vier Balladen op. 10: Nr. 4 in H-Dur, Andante con moto
08:30
(Johannes Brahms) Gina Alice
05.
Sieben Fantasien op. 116: Capriccio in d-Moll, Presto energico
02:15
(Johannes Brahms) Anna Tsybuleva
06.
Sieben Fantasien op. 116: Intermezzo in a-Moll, Andante
03:50
Anna Tsybuleva
07.
Sieben Fantasien op. 116: Capriccio in g-Moll, Allegro passionato
03:05
(Johannes Brahms) Anna Tsybuleva
08.
Sieben Fantasien op. 116: Intermezzo in E-Dur, Adagio
04:53
(Johannes Brahms) Anna Tsybuleva
09.
Sieben Fantasien op. 116: Intermezzo in e-Moll, Andante con grazia
02:57
(Johannes Brahms) Anna Tsybuleva
10.
Sieben Fantasien op. 116: Intermezzo in E-Dur, Andantino
03:16
(Johannes Brahms) Anna Tsybuleva
11.
Sieben Fantasien op. 116: Capriccio in d-Moll, Allegro agitato
02:18
(Johannes Brahms) Anna Tsybuleva
12.
Sechs Klavierstücke op. 118: Intermezzo in a-Moll, Allegro non assai
01:56
(Johannes Brahms) Fabian Müller
13.
Sechs Klavierstücke op. 118: Intermezzo in A-Dur, Andante
05:47
(Johannes Brahms) Fabian Müller
14.
Sechs Klavierstücke op. 118: Ballade in g-Moll, Allegro energico
03:18
(Johannes Brahms) Fabian Müller
15.
Sechs Klavierstücke op. 118: Intermezzo in f-Moll, Allegretto un poco agitato
02:46
(Johannes Brahms) Fabian Müller
16.
Sechs Klavierstücke op. 118: Romanze in F-Dur, Andante
04:35
(Johannes Brahms) Fabian Müller
17.
Sechs Klavierstücke op. 118: ntermezzo in es-Moll, Andante,
05:22
(Johannes Brahms) Fabian Müller
18.
Rhapsodie Nr. 1 in h-Moll op. 79: Agitato
08:41
(Johannes Brahms) Louis Schwizgebel
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