CD 72028

Joseph Kalichstein - Schumann, Schubert, Liszt Transcriptions

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SCHUBERT - Allegretto in Eb (No. 2 from Drei Klavierstucke, D. 946)
SCHUMANN - Sonata No. 1 in F# minor, Opus 11
SCHUMANN-LISZT - Widmung (Dedication)
SCHUBERT-LISZT - Standchen ("Serenade") (from "Schwanengesang)

"Some of the most glistening and graceful piano playing imaginable."
- Michael Kimmelman, Philadelphia Inquirer

"The Schumann-Liszt Widmung is eloquently rhapsodic, the Schubert
radiant, the sonata all heaven-storming romanticism."
- James Roos, The Miami Herald

"Kalichstein is something special, a wonder of musicianship.  An
interpretation so fresh, so spontaneous, so courageous, a poetic
monologue of unique expansiveness.  No one in the world plays
more beautifully."
- Joachim Kaiser, Suddeutsche Zeitung (Munich)

"When Joseph Kalichstein gave his debut recital, he was already
a powerhouse of a pianist.  His recital last night at Carnegie Hall
showed that he has tamed his wilder instincts without losing
the fine edge of excitement that marked his youthful style."
- Donal Henahan, The New York Times

About Joseph Kalichstein


Other Audiofon Recordings of Joseph Kalichstein:

CD 72080-2