Category Archive 'Martha Agerich'

28 Aug 2020

Chopin, Scherzo No. 2, Martha Argerich 1966

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“Argerich’s pianism is remarkable for combining seemingly effortless technical resource with temperamental volatility. Yet the vehemence of her playing is seldom to the disadvantage of the extraordinary subtlety of her art. Moreover, despite the limits she places on her repertory, such is the spontaneity of her approach that each of her interpretations, no matter how familiar in broad outline, is characterised by a profusion of contrasting details beneath the surface.”

— Gramaphone.

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