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BRAHMS: Piano Pieces, Op. 76 / Rhapsodies, Op. 79 / Phantasies, Op. 116

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Idil Biret

piano

Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Classical




Total Time - 65:29
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8 Piano Pieces, Op. 76

 
1 No. 1 Capriccio 3:38
2 No. 2 Capriccio 3:23
3 No. 3 Intermezzo 3:16
4 No. 4 Intermezzo 3:18
5 No. 5 Capriccio 3:20
6 No. 6 Intermezzo 4:26
7 No. 7 Intermezzo 3:06
8 No. 8 Capriccio 3:43
     
 

2 Rhapsodies, Op. 79

 
9 No. 1 7:56
10 No. 2 6:33
     
 

7 Fantasies, Op. 116

 
11 No. 1 Capriccio 2:41
12 No. 2 Intermezzo 3:19
13 No. 3 Capriccio 3:31
14 No. 4 Intermezzo 4:26
15 No. 5 Intermezzo 3:01
16 No. 6 Intermezzo 3:26
17 No. 7 Capriccio 2:26
     
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 "Naxos provides absolutely excellent sound, making this a most desirable disc of piano music from an artist we’re certainly likely to hear more from."

 
Robert Cummings - ClassicalNet - September 2001
 

"Idil Biret readily captures the graceful intimacy of the A flat and B flat Intermezzi. Of the two Rhapsodies, the second is particularly fine, boldly spontaneous, its dark colouring caught well. The Fantasias, Op. 116, bring some beautifully reflective playing, notably in the three Intermezzi grouped together (in E major and E minor), while the framing G minor and D minor Capriccios are passionately felt, the latter ending the recital strongly. This is all impressively characterized Brahms playing, and the recording does not lack sonority."  ***
 
The Penguin Guide - January 2009



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