Schubert / Strauss / Walachowski: Works for Piano Duet

Schubert / Strauss / Walachowski: Works for Piano Duet

Schubert / Strauss / Walachowski: Works for Piano Duet

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Title: Works for Piano Duet
Artist: Schubert / Strauss / Walachowski
Label: Oehms
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 4260034864863
Genre: Classical Artists

The 4th album by the Piano Duo Walachowski is dedicated to works by the young Richard Strauss and the famous Schubert Fantasy in F minor. The world Premiere Recording to be heard is the Strauss arrangement of Lachner's Nonet, which Strauss made when he was young. For quite some time now, Anna & Ines Walachowski have ranged among the leading piano duos of our time. For almost two decades, the sisters have been inspiring their audience in the international concert halls. "Neither of the pianists falls short in any way, neither in temperament, sparkling rhythmic presentation, nor warmth or tonal aesthesia." (Klassik Heute)

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