A Beethoven Odyssey – Volume 6

Composer: Ludwig Van Beethoven,


Soloist: James Brawn,


Label: MSR Classics

CD Number: MS 1470

James Brawn continues his Odyssey through Beethoven’s piano sonatas without names, each one an important work. Sonata Number 4 is the longest after the Hammerklavier.

Beethoven - Piano Sonata No. 4 in E-flat Major, Op. 7

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Audio CD 7 June 2019
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Reviews "... an artist like Brawn, in whom technique and musicality are in equal balance, someone who is capable of taking the many surprises that must have made Beethoven's audiences gasp with delight (or dismay) at the composer's daring inventiveness taken en passant, as it were, instead of pausing to announce that something new is about to happen. Add Brawn's innate sense of the poetry in the music and his insight as a scholar, and you have the ideal pianist to bring these neglected early masterworks to life." Phil Muse, Atlanta Audio Club, June 2019.
Reviews "Overall, Brawn's Beethoven has grown more assured and direct with each successive volume in this cycle, and I look forward to the next installments." Jed Distler, Classics Today, September 2019.
Reviews "Like Brawn's playing of each Sonata, the present disc is both an extraordinary achievement in its own right and an aptly evocative, searching continuation of the pianist's Beethoven Odyssey." Joey Newsome, Voix Des Art, September 2019.

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