Charles Reiner, piano, Vol. 2 

Charles Reiner, piano Vol. 2

Charles Reiner, piano, Vol. 2 

  • Johannes Brahms
    • Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Major, Op. 100
  • J.S. Bach
    • Solo Sonata No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001
  • Bela Bartók
    • Six Popular Romanian Dances
  • Ignaz Paderewski
    • Violin Sonata in A Minor, Op. 13 
  • Pablo de Sarasate
    • Romanza Andaluza
  • Ernesto Halffter
    • Gypsy Dance
  • Ottokar Nováček
    • Perpetuum mobile
  • José Marroquín
    • De Mi Patria 
  • Manuel de Falla
    • La vida breve
  • Johannes Brahms
    • Hungarian Dance No. 17 
  • > rec. 1984, Toronto

Yves St-Laurent YSL T-1230 (2 CDS 93:55) 
Available on CD — click here to purchase. 

While Yves St-Laurent advertises discs devoted to the distinguished Canadian pianist and pedagogue Charles Reiner (1924-2006), it becomes obvious that the spotlight falls upon Polish-Mexican violin virtuoso Henryk Szeryng (1918-1988), with whom Reiner collaborated for many years. Szeryng maintained a robustly refined level of performance throughout his career, and his range of repertory seemed universal, embracing Bach to contemporary musicians like Jean Martinon and Benjamin Lees. 

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