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IPND18_001_Cover_0810BWM.inddNovember/December 2018

British pianist Paul Lewis brings unruffled virtuosity to his new Haydn sonatas series on disc and in concert; a newly rediscovered recording of Rachmaninov at the keys sheds light on the composer and his creative intentions; piano music in the aftermath of 1918; and can over-played repertoire be revived?

 

Plus, celebrating the exceptional artistry of Scottish pianist Frederic Lamond; decorative piano cases from Steinway & Sons; Leeds International Piano Competition gets a makeover; Víkingur Ólafsson introduces his new album of Bach miniatures and transcriptions; great pianism at Michigan’s Gilmore Keyboard Festival; Mariam Batsashvili shares her passion for Liszt; our pick of 2019’s piano competitions; achieving clarity at the keyboard; contemporary jazz giant Howard Riley; Argentinian pianist Ingrid Fliter; and sheet music from Piano Tales for Alice.

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