Trifonov: The Berlin Recital (Vinyl LP)
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Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Cat No: 4863974
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 19th May 2023
WorksPreludes (24), op.28
Piano Sonata in B minor, S178
Fairy Tales (Skazki) (4), op.26
ArtistsDaniil Trifonov (piano)
Opinions differ on whether he is the heir of Horowitz, Richter or Kissin, but in that line of giants, critical opinion is unanimous: Daniil Trifonov is THE great Russian pianist for the 21st century.
In the past thirty years, the honour of a live Carnegie Hall recital recording has been bestowed by DG upon only two other pianists: Mikhail Pletnev and Lang Lang. Daniil Trifonov joined this elite company for his very first recording on the Yellow Label.
Recorded in February 2013, this richly contrasted and spectacularly virtuosic programme includes much-loved classics by Chopin and Liszt and was the perfect album to introduce the world to DG’s newest piano star.
Born 22 years ago in the Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod, Trifonov is the winner of the Grand Prix, First prize and a Gold Medal in the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (2011). Beyond his phenomenal technique, he is a distinctly Russian artist: an intense, soulful musician in the great Russian tradition whose presentation and repertoire set him apart from all other young piano stars of today.
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