Brahms Piano Quintet12 - 26 August 2013
BACH (arr. Tognetti) Canons on a Goldberg Ground, BWV1087
LIGETI Etudes: No.7, No.10, No.11 & No.13
IVES Scherzo, "Holding your own!"
IVES Piano Sonata, No.2 “Concord”: The Alcotts
BACH Keyboard Concerto in F minor, BWV1056
BRAHMS Piano Quintet
Richard Tognetti Director and Violin
Satu Vänskä Violin
Christopher Moore Viola
Timo-Veikko Valve Cello
Jeremy Denk Piano
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Brahms' Piano Quintet, both powerful and tender, is one of the masterworks of 19th-century chamber music, almost symphonic in its breadth and depth.
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