℗ 2016 Chandos
 

Brahms: Works for Solo Piano, Vol. 6

Barry Douglas

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1
Rakoczy March, Anh.III/10
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
4:44
6 Piano Pieces, Op. 118  
2
No. 6. Intermezzo in E Flat Minor
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
4:48
3
Canon in F Minor, Anh. III/2
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
0:43
2 Gigues, WoO Posth. 4  
4
Gigue in A Minor, WoO 4 posth.
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
2:10
5
Gigue in B Minor, WoO 4 posth.
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
2:00
8 Piano Pieces, Op. 76  
6
No. 5. Capriccio in C Sharp Minor
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
3:09
7
No. 7. Intermezzo in A Minor
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
2:47
8
No. 8. Capriccio in C Major
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
3:45
Gluck - Iphigenie en Aulide  
9
Act II: Gavotte
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
4:02
5 Studies for the Piano, Anh. Ia/1  
10
No. 1. Study after Chopin
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
3:00
11
No. 2. Rondo after C.M. von Weber
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
4:58
12
No. 3. Presto after J.S. Bach
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
3:29
10 Hungarian Dances, WoO 1 (Arr. for Piano Solo)  
13
No. 2 in D Minor
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
3:13
14
No. 4 in F Sharp Minor
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
4:48
15
No. 6 in D Flat Major
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
3:07
16
No. 7 in F Major
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
1:41
17
No. 8 in A Minor
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
2:47
18
No. 9 in E Minor
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
2:06
19
No. 10 in E Major
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
2:04
5 Studies for the Piano, Anh. Ia/1  
20
No. 5. Chaconne by J.S. Bach
Johannes Brahms; Barry Douglas
16:41
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    76:02
"Five Stars ... an engaging, always surprising sequence of short (with one exception) and often fugitive pieces ..."
- The Sunday Times

Internationally acclaimed pianist Barry Douglas presents the sixth and final volume in his highly acclaimed series of Brahms's complete works for solo piano. The six standalone recitals each encapsulate a Brahmsian programme that together cover the breadth and genius of the composer’s work. The selections on this album span the entirety of Brahms's creative career, from March 1852, 18 months before his life-changing meeting with Robert and Clara Schumann, to August 1893, less than four years before his death.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Chandos Studio Masters

Recorded January 20 and 21, 2016 at West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
Producer: Jonathan Cooper
Assistant engineer: Rosanna Fish
Editor Jonathan: Cooper
A & R administrator: Sue Shortridge
Front cover: Photograph of Barry Douglas © Eugene Langan
Design and typesetting Cap & Anchor Design Co.
Booklet editor: Finn S. Gundersen
Publishers: Bärenreiter-Verlag, Kassel (‘Rakoczy’ March)

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