Grimaud, a pianist whose grasp of the Romantic sensibility (especially the willingness to risk and commit all in pursuit of an artistic goal) is total, has a field day with it here. From the downbeat of the stormy, rhythmically a-blur “Äusserst bewegt,” this is a Kreisleriana that holds nothing back.
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NEW RECORDINGS Pianist Hélène Grimaud’s New Album, “For Clara” by The Violin Channel September 8, 2023 Released on Deutsche Grammophon, the new album concentrates on Grimaud’s long relationship with the music of Schumann & Brahms French pianist Hélène Grimaud released her new album, “For Clara,” on Deutsche Grammophon. The
Full article » CLASSICAL: For Clara: Works by Schumann & Brahms – Hélène Grimaud and Konstantin Krimmel – Deutsche Grammophon Perhaps the most intriguing love triangle in classical music is that of Robert Schumann, his wife Clara and up ‘n’ coming composer Johannes Brahms. As Robert’s mental struggles grew