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Augustin Anievas Plays Chopin, Schumann Import
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For his first recording in three decades, legendary pianist Agustin Anievas returns to the repertoire that made him famous, the Chopin Etudes. In addition he has made his first recording of Schumanns massive and complex Fantasie in C, Op. 17. In a review of an advance release of this album, the Philadelphia Inquirers chief Classical music critic, David Patrick Stearns wrote: 76-year-old Agustin Anievas, who is playing more since retiring from the Brooklyn College faculty, still commands demanding works such as Chopins "Etudes Op. 10" with an almost classical sense of poise, but with expressive subtleties that could only come from a senior pianist. As good as the etudes are, the main attraction of this disc is the "Schumann Fantasy": The deeper emotional underpinning of the technical challenges is fully tapped by Anievas, with a sense of Schumanns logic that eludes so many performers.
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of Chopin, have been collectors items for years. He has now embarked on revisiting some of his favorite early recordings, and his remake of the Opus 10 Etudes of Chopin reveals an artist who, in his mature years, reveals an intimacy and mastery of the Etudes that is worth listening to over and over. But the surprise that accompanies the Chopin is a work that Anievas had yet to record -- the Schumann Fantasia in C, Opus 17-- which he admits has become a large part of his life, and which will likely have the same affect on those who are able to find a copy of this remarkable disc.
Mr. Anievas communicates clarity, competence, honesty, fidelity to the score,
elegance, warmth,proportion and balance, with the result that the listener is
freed to explore the music on his or her own terms. BRAVO!
M. Caldwell, DMA
Nova Southeastern University