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Tablet - Landscape
Russian Transcriptions / Vyacheslav Gryaznov
Weinberg: Piano Quintet, Sonatine, Cello Sonata / Jeanne Golan, Attacca Quartet
Haydn: Cello Concertos / Zuill Bailey, Robin O'Neill, Philharmonia Orchestra
Solo / Pablo Ziegler
Stecher & Horowitz Commissions
Changyong Shin - Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven
New Standards / Earl Rose
Philip Glass Etudes / Jenny Lin
Rooftop Jazz / Chantale Gagne
Christmas at Steinway Hall / Simon Mulligan
Gershwin & Wild / Joanne Polk
The Complete Solo Piano Works Of Leonard Bernstein / Leann Osterkamp
A Bouquet Of Beethoven / Andrew Rangell
Scriabin, Mozart, Schubert / Katherine Jacobson Fleisher
Brahms: Cello Sonatas / Brian Thornton, Spencer Myer
Schumann, Beethoven, Prokofiev / Nikita Mndoyants
David Benoit - The Steinway Sessions
Prokofiev & Zaborov / Jenny Lin
Steinway Standards - American Songbook / Simon Mulligan
Rachmaninov / Sandro Russo
Granados: Goyescas / Yoonie Han
Liszt: Opera And Song For Solo Piano / Gabor Farkas
Bolcom: Piano Rags / Spencer Myer
Cuban Piano Music / Alexandre Moutouzkine
Chopin: Complete Mazurkas / Andrew Rangell
Beethoven: Diabelli Variations / John O'Conor
Haydn: Sonatas / John O'Conor
Steinway Juniors / Jenny Lin
Havana Moon / Transatlantic Ensemble
A musical tour of the western hemisphere illuminated by the TransAtlantic Ensemble and filled with visceral dance rhythms which spring to life with every touch of a key.
Natasha - Brahms, Kahane, Prokofiev, Balakirev / Natasha Paremski
Natasha Paremski Natasha plays works by Brahms, Kahane, Prokofiev, and Balakirev - a diverse program showcasing her diverse talent.
Bach: The Six Partitas / Sergey Schepkin
Sergey Schepkin presents the Six Partitas with clarity and a penetrating piano sound that is reproduced with a discerning and intensely active interpretation.
Flow / David Braid, Epoque String Quartet
Though jazz pianist and composer David Braid is greatly respectful of the Western art music tradition, he draws much inspiration from Eastern philosophical ideas.
Prokofiev: Sinfonia Concertante, Cello Sonata / Zuill Bailey
mesmerizing, deeply committed performance,
especially because of Bailey's warm, rounded tone and jaw-dropping clarity in lightning-speed runs.
Pictures / Andrey Gugnin
Andrey Gugnin presents Mussorgsky’s monumental work surrounded by rarely heard “Exhibitions” by Jacques Ibert and Armenian composer Arno Babadjanian.
Imago / Moira Lo Bianco
Moira Lo Bianco weaves together a beautiful musical tapestry in her solo album,
9 Secrets / Ute Lemper
Spain / Vanessa Perez
The Spirio Sessions / Uri Caine, Jenny Lin
Uri Caine is joined by virtuoso pianist
Jenny Lin in this album of
Miniatures and imaginative pieces inspired by
Scriabin / Klara Min
The critically acclaimed South Korean pianist
Klara Min pays homage to the colorful, late Romantic music of
Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker - Complete Ballet Arranged for Solo Piano / Stewart Goodyear
Mr. Goodyear’s faithful, detailed and quite ingenious piano arrangement is delightful and revealing. Without the orchestral colors, you hear details in the music freshly. And his playing is superb. – The New York Times
Siegfried Idyll / David Deveau
David Deveau explores the interconnectedness of the lives and careers of three musical titans – Wagner, Liszt, and Brahms.
Watercolor / Shen Lu
Young Chinese pianist
Shen Lu has won numerous international piano competitions, For his Steinway & Sons label debut, he presents masterful interpretations of works composed by
Tan Dun, plus an arrangement by Chen Peixun of a 1930s Chinese folk song.
Fugue State / Alan Feinberg
An excursion into the surprisingly passionate world of fugal composition in the High Baroque Era.
Rachmaninov: Piano Concertos / Stewart Goodyear
Stewart Goodyear follows up his acclaimed recording of the
Tchaikovsky and Grieg Piano Concertos with this new album of Rachmaninov concertos, including the Second, a piece near and dear to the pianist's heart.
Muhly: Cello Concerto; Bloch / Zuill Bailey
Zuill Bailey, one of the world's premier cellists, performs American composer
Cello Concerto in this world-premiere recording.
The Art of Bach / Anderson & Roe
Anderson & Roe shed new light on
Bach's art with matchless brilliance through their dynamic keyboard interplay.
Chopin Recital / Andrew Rangell
Andrew Rangell tackles some of
Chopin's treasured larger-scale and late-period works.
Bach: The Six French Suites / Sergey Schepkin
The New York Times described
Sergey Schepkin as "a formidable
Bach pianist who plays with the clarity of a harpsichordist and the passion and drama of a young Glenn Gould." Here he plays the complete French Suites plus two marvelous Fantasias & Fugues. (2 CDs)
The Flatterer - Piano Music of Cecile Chaminade / Joanne Polk
An irresistible collection of Cécile Chaminade’s piano works, celebrating an underrated composer whose music deserves a wide audience.
Forever - Love Poems of Pablo Neruda / Ute Lemper
Ute Lemper's newest creation is a fantastic celebration in song of love poems by
Pablo Neruda, the Nobel Prize-winning Chilean poet recognized as the 20th-century master of the sensual poem.
Tchaikovsky, Grieg: Piano Concertos / Stewart Goodyear
Stewart Goodyear does indeed impress with his bullseye accuracy, rapid fingerwork, and an overriding sense of confidence borne from the mastery of his instrument.
Love and Longing / Yoonie Han
A very romantic hour of inventively chosen music that harks back to the golden age of pianism and the piano recital. Pianist Yoonie Han has a great delicacy of tone and feeling for drama. Her heart is clearly in this project and her playing is graceful and nuanced.
Fantasies / Stanislav Khristenko
Ukrainian pianist Stanislav Khristenko's highly impressive debut CD shows brilliant technique and refined sensitivity in Fantasies of Brahms, Schumann, Bruckner, and Zemlinsky.
Some Other Time / Zuill Bailey, Lara Downes
Zuill Bailey’s soulful cello and Lara Downes’s clean and sensitive piano playing prove perfect travel mates.
La Valse / Sean Chen
Sean Chen performs striking and imaginative works by
Scriabin, composed in the early years of the 20th century before World War I.
An Amadeus Affair / Anderson & Roe
This second release by the
Anderson & Roe piano duo on the Steinway label celebrates
Mozart in a sonic whirl of intrigue, scandal, exhilaration, and mischief.
Jenny Lin - Stravinsky
This album features Stravinsky’s less-often-heard music for solo piano, which is packed with as much theatricality as his music for larger and louder forces.
Panorama Argentino / Mirian Conti
Acclaimed for her
infectious verve and
impeccable musicianship, pianist
Mirian Conti follows 2012's
Nostalgias Argentinas with a new disc of gems – many first recordings – inspired by the folk music and sophisticated dance forms of Argentina.
Bach: Keyboard Masterworks / Andrew Rangell
Andrew Rangell's deep affection for this music projects itself strongly. This may be the best choice for the Goldbergs on piano.
The Rite of Spring / The 5 Browns
A revolutionary force in classical music honors revolutionary music;
The 5 Browns debut on the Steinway label.
The Rascal and the Sparrow - Poulenc Meets Piaf / Antonio Pompa-Baldi
Antonio Pompa-Baldi plays his own piano arrangements of
Francis Poulenc's songs plus
Roberto Piana's "elaborations" of
Edith Piaf's music.
A Folk Song Runs Through It / Andrew Rangell
Andrew Rangell explores marvelous music by
Kodaly that in one way or another, employs folk song in highly creative ways.
Basically Bull / Alan Feinberg
Feinberg translates the exquisite chromatic ruminations and intricate counterpoint of John Bull's keyboard works into the lush sound world of the modern piano.
A Grand Romance / Jeffrey Biegel
Romantic music luxuriating in the expressive sophistication of the instrument and the wooing of the crowd.
Korngold: Piano Sonata No 2 / Lara Downes
Get Happy / Jenny Lin
Jenny Lin's tribute to Broadway is uplifting and effervescent, and Steinway’s sonics are magnificently natural, a tribute to their pianos and the glorious legacy of the American musical theater.
Bach: The Art of Fugue / Andrew Rangell
In Andrew Rangell's recording, we hear in the work's slow and deliberate unfolding a vast and moving meditation – a farewell testament for the ages.
Viktor Ullmann: Complete Piano Sonatas / Jeanne Golan
Music of an assured and exciting musical voice, persuasively performed and beautifully recorded.
Nostalgias Argentinas / Mirian Conti
If all you know of Argentinian music is Astor Piazzolla, you’re in for a real treat. Mirian Conti performs with infectious verve and impeccable musicianship.
Paris Days, Berlin Nights / Ute Lemper, Vogler Quartet
Beethoven: The Final Masterworks For Piano / Andrew Rangell
The last five piano sonatas, the Diabelli Variations and the Bagatelles, Op. 126 represent Beethoven at the summit of his mastery in each of these forms.
When Words Fade / Anderson & Roe
This pair of exciting performers is revolutionizing the duo piano format today. Anderson & Roe a very contemporary take on how appealing a piano duo can be.
A Steinway Christmas Album
A ClassicsToday 10/10!
Concert-hall worthy, and a classy addition to any round of holiday gatherings. Indeed, the intelligence and artistry are such that you can savor this album any time of year.
Silent Music - Mompou's Musica Callada / Jenny Lin
Música Callada (Music of Silence) is one of the most beautiful and elusive works in the entire piano repertoire.
Chopin: The Mazurkas / Mirian Conti
Conti's performances are imaginative. Her phrasing is beautiful, with rubato, but always landing at the cadences in time to make the maximum effect.
Bach on a Steinway / Jeffrey Biegel
Biegel'S playing is clean, articulate, big-boned yet delicate when necessary, spontaneous, and imaginative.
A String Quartet Christmas - Volumes 1-3
A simple string quartet brings out the natural beauty of the songs of Christmas in these audiophile recordings produced by John Marks. (3 CDs)
Symphonies on a Steinway / Konstantin Scherbakov
Virtuoso pianist Konstantin Scherbakov plays with white-hot intensity in resonant, full-bodied sound.
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