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23:53 hammerklavier slow mvt : Who ?

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I am trying to identify a op 106 with the slow movement at 23:53, the slowest I have (Out of 40 versions I have. Sokolov at 23:45 is second)

By the way the fast Gulda is very enjoyable as well, really a different perspective.

My top are (no order) :
Solomon, Annie Fischer, Guilels, that unknown one, and frederic guy

I mainly listen to mvt 1,2 and 3, and occasionaly to 4
Lionel
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I am trying to identify a op 106 with the slow movement at 23:53, the slowest I have (Out of 40 versions I have. Sokolov at 23:45 is second)

By the way the fast Gulda is very enjoyable as well, really a different perspective.

My top are (no order) :
Solomon, Annie Fischer, Guilels, that unknown one, and frederic guy

I mainly listen to mvt 1,2 and 3, and occasionaly to 4
Lionel

 

Hi All,

 

I am still looking at who it could be :-)

 

Who it's NOT : Arrau, Ashkenazy, Backhaus, Badura Skoda, Barenboim DG, Barenboim EMI, Bellucci, Brautigam, Barry Douglas,  Abdel Rahman El Bacha, Brendel 75, Brendel 96, Buchbinder, Gieseking, GiIlels, Goode, Gould, Maria Grinberg, Gulda, Annie Fischer, Frederic Guy, Horszowski, Jando, Kempff I 54 , Kempff II 65, Kovacevich, Kuerti,  Lefebure, Lewis,  Levinas, Lill, Lucchesini, Nat, Nikolayeva, O Connor, Pollini, Pommier, Richter BBC 75 , Richter Live London 76, Rosel, Rosen, Schiff, Schnabel I, Schnabel II, Rudolph Serkin, Peter Serkin,  Sokolov, Uchida, Earl Wild; Gerard Willem, Maria Yudina.

 

Closest I have in that time bracket are Sokolov (23:45) and Lill (24:44), Kuerti (25:06)

 

Anybody with an op 106 very slow (similar to Sokolov not him) ?

 

Thank you !

Lionel

post #3 of 4

Don't have it but Edith Vogel's recording has that figure :
http://www.allmusic.com/album/beethoven-piano-sonatas-in-b-flat-in-c-minor-mw0001872082

Any chance you could use one of the iphone apps to identify it?
http://evolver.fm/2012/10/10/top-5-apps-for-identifying-songs/

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Ah Crhis,

That's her !

I never heard about her, but for some reason I always like her adago of the op106, on the 'heavy' side.

Thank you VERY MUCH !

Lionel

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