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Beethoven: Complete Piano Works Vol. 10 - Brautigam        (7 of 8 found this review helpful)
  September 21, 2011

This "Complete Bagatelles" is very complete. We get the 3 sets op 33, op 119 and op 126, some odd bagatelles (Bagatelle in C major, Hess 73, Bagatelle in E flat major, Hess 74, Bagatelle in C major, WoO 54, 'Lustig-Traurig', Bagatelle in C major, WoO56, Bagatelle in C minor, WoO52, Bagatelle in C ... more
Mozart: Piano Concertos Vol. 1 - Brautigam, Willens        (10 of 12 found this review helpful)
  January 18, 2011

This review is based on my love for Brautigamís Beethoven SACDís, for Brautigam live in Gent and for Mozartís pianoconcertos. I compared with the recordings by Bilson/Gardiner, Levin/Hogwood, Van Immerseel/Van Immerseel and Sofronitsky/Karolak. One always wonders if a new recording deserves a place ... more
Beethoven: Complete Piano Works Vol. 9 - Brautigam        (6 of 6 found this review helpful)
  November 3, 2010

It was never clear to me why these early sonatas are treated as isolated from the venerable 32. For me Beethoven wrote 35 sonatas. I heard them for the first time played by Ursula Dütschler on a Walter-copy and they were charming light pieces and real sonatas but I did not feel the need to hear them ... more
Beethoven: Complete Piano Works Vol. 8 - Brautigam        (9 of 9 found this review helpful)
  August 16, 2010

I am extremely in love with the last piano sonatas since I first heard Paul Komen playing them on a 1830 Conrad Graf instrument. And although none of the recordings gives me complete satisfaction I am very happy to have in my collection the CD's from Badura-Skoda, Komen, Ney, Demus, Binns and ... more
Beethoven: Complete Piano Works Vol. 7 - Brautigam        (5 of 5 found this review helpful)
  September 28, 2009

Listening to the sonata op 81a, the first thing that hit me was the palette of colours Brautigam gets out of the instrument. One moment he gently caresses some limits of the instrument, a few bars futher, the whole instrument sings as if there are no limits. The main profits of this reading are the ... more

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