Steinway International Piano Series: Pavel Kolesnikov

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They say that Bach wrote his Goldberg Variations to soothe a sleepless nobleman. A timeless melody unlocks a chain of musical puzzles; beautiful, intricate and endlessly fascinating, pianists have been drawn to them for centuries. Pavel Kolesnikov has paired them with equally timeless masterworks by Schumann and Beethoven - 'It is rare to be so transported' said one critic. 

Dywedir bod Bach wedi ysgrifennu ei Amrywiadau Goldberg i roi esmwythâd i uchelwr a oedd yn cael trafferth cysgu. Mae alaw oesol yn datgloi cadwyn o bosau cerddorol; hardd, astrus a bythol gyfareddol, sydd wedi denu pianyddion ers canrifoedd. Mae Pavel Kolesnikov wedi eu paru gyda champweithiau sydd yr un mor oesol gan Schumann a Beethoven - 'anaml iawn y cawn ein cludo yn y fath fodd” meddai un beirniad.

 

Schumann Kinderszenen, Op.15 (1838) 

Beethoven Piano Sonata no.30 in e major, Op.109 

Interval 

Bach Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 


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