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Brahms: Cello Sonata no. 1 - 1st movement

Interpretation Class
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Łukasz Pawlikowski (cello) with Dina Vainshtein (piano)

Kamila Zdybal
'I watch Benjamin Zander every time I need enthusiasm and inspiration for my own work :) This is so contagious!'
Laurence Staiff
'The second movement of Brahms’ Second Symphony is such a fascinating movement full of ambiguity. Even from the upbeat of the first bar, you never really discover what key it’s supposed to be in. Is it B major or G# minor? This piece was my first introduction to orchestral music back in 1993 playing 2nd oboe at the ripe old age of 13. I can tell you, it was a bit of a revelation. Such a great choice for Mr Zander to choose to reveal the passion and torment of Brahms. And it ties in so well to the Cello Sonata in E minor. Thank you and well done!'
Carlos Lopez
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