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Klassik - Erschienen am 24. September 2013 | Zig-Zag Territoires

Hi-Res Booklet Auszeichnungen Diapason d'or - 4 étoiles Classica - Hi-Res Audio
Argentine pianist Nelson Goerner isn't known for French music, although he does perform Debussy's L'Isle Joyeuse in recital sometimes. This beautifully recorded release from the Linn label, however, gives the lie to the idea that pianists necessarily have a specialty, like vocalists, outside which they don't perform well. The album was recorded at the Teldex studios in Berlin, which have rarely if ever been better exploited than by Linn's engineers here. They capture the delicacy of Goerner's mists, the full resonance of the bacchanalian finale of L'Isle Joyeuse. Nearly equally good are the performances themselves. Goerner has lots of competition in these familiar Debussy works, but his versions are worth considering not only for their lovely, subtle palette of textures but also for the unique sound world he coaxes out of each work. Try the rather pan-Asian concept of Pagodes, from the Estampes set at the beginning: the title is East Asian, but the musical inspiration is Indonesian, and the work has rarely sounded more like the cyclical layers of a gamelan echoing in a Javanese night. Each of the Etudes comes to life in its own technical-poetic space. Goerner's program is not organized chronologically nor by complete set; instead it follows an internal poetic logic, and by the end it has become profoundly hypnotic. Very, very fine playing. © TiVo
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Klaviersolo - Erschienen am 20. Mai 2016 | Alpha

Hi-Res Booklet Auszeichnungen 5 de Diapason - Gramophone Editor's Choice - Choc de Classica
Nelson Goerner is most closely associated with the piano music of Frédéric Chopin, but his recital repertoire also includes works by Ludwig van Beethoven, even though this 2015 CD from Alpha Classics is the first evidence of that fact in his discography. It's late Beethoven, too, which is usually a portent of things to come from most pianists, and the Piano Sonata No. 29 in B flat major, "Hammerklavier" and the Bagatelles, Op. 126 make a serious statement of intent. Goerner's powerful playing in the expansive "Hammerklavier" demonstrates his focused intellect and volatile energy, while his careful control of pacing shows that its large-scale formal considerations never escape his attention. In contrast, the Bagatelles are concentrated bursts of genius that transcend their designation as trifles. Goerner plays them with a combination of gentle wit and elegant lyricism, and while they are all under five minutes in duration, they leave as strong an impression through their brevity as the "Hammerklavier" does through its massiveness. If this superb disc is an indication that recordings of other late Beethoven sonatas are planned, then Goerner's many admirers should be on the alert. Highly recommended. © TiVo
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Klaviersolo - Erschienen am 6. Oktober 2017 | Alpha

Hi-Res Booklet Auszeichnungen 5 de Diapason - 4F de Télérama
The solo piano music of Frédéric Chopin is one of Nelson Goerner's specialties, and his concert performances and recordings have been admired for their sensitivity and insight. This 2017 double-CD release on Alpha Classics presents all 21 of the Nocturnes, which Chopin modeled after the nocturnes of John Field and developed around the ornate style of bel canto singing in Vincenzo Bellini's operas. The long and highly embellished melodies are the most recognizable aspect of these poetic character pieces, though they sometimes have been exaggerated by less skilled or overly expressive pianists and treated as an excuse for flashiness or sentimentality. But Goerner goes deeper into the implications of Chopin's harmonies and phrasing to find subtle shadings in support of the melodies, and he captures their fleeting moods with a light touch. Goerner also applies gradations of dynamics and tasteful rubato to suggest the ebb and flow of emotions, without exaggerating one feeling over any others. Add to Goerner's unaffected playing the clarity and warmth of Alpha's recording, and this set of the Nocturnes is likely to appeal to connoisseurs and newcomers alike. Sample the Nocturne in E flat major, Op. 9, No. 2, or the Nocturne in D flat major, Op. 27, No. 2, two of the most popular pieces in the series. © TiVo
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Klaviersolo - Erschienen am 3. November 2015 | Alpha

Hi-Res Booklet Auszeichnungen Diapason d'or - Choc de Classica
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Klassik - Erschienen am 25. Oktober 2019 | Alpha

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Klavierkonzerte - Erschienen am 30. September 2018 | Cascavelle

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Kammermusik - Erschienen am 31. März 1997 | Warner Classics

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Instrumentalmusik - Erschienen am 24. September 2013 | Alpha

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Argentine pianist Nelson Goerner isn't known for French music, although he does perform Debussy's L'Isle Joyeuse in recital sometimes. This beautifully recorded release from the Linn label, however, gives the lie to the idea that pianists necessarily have a specialty, like vocalists, outside which they don't perform well. The album was recorded at the Teldex studios in Berlin, which have rarely if ever been better exploited than by Linn's engineers here. They capture the delicacy of Goerner's mists, the full resonance of the bacchanalian finale of L'Isle Joyeuse. Nearly equally good are the performances themselves. Goerner has lots of competition in these familiar Debussy works, but his versions are worth considering not only for their lovely, subtle palette of textures but also for the unique sound world he coaxes out of each work. Try the rather pan-Asian concept of Pagodes, from the Estampes set at the beginning: the title is East Asian, but the musical inspiration is Indonesian, and the work has rarely sounded more like the cyclical layers of a gamelan echoing in a Javanese night. Each of the Etudes comes to life in its own technical-poetic space. Goerner's program is not organized chronologically nor by complete set; instead it follows an internal poetic logic, and by the end it has become profoundly hypnotic. Very, very fine playing. © TiVo
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Klassik - Erschienen am 6. September 2010 | Wigmore Hall Live

CD series featuring a specific venue are rarer than those issued by ensembles but in one way more promising: the venue can issue live performances that have manifestly been well received. Consider this Chopin recital by Argentine-born pianist Nelson Goerner, emerging as one of Europe's top Chopin specialists. The engineers from London's Wigmore Hall retain generous stretches of the applause that follows at the end of each work, and you can feel the audience warming to Goerner's approach as the concert proceeds. He is not an exceptionally powerful pianist, but his readings are poetic, with a strong sense of the long line in the opening Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat major, Op. 61, and the Andante spianato and grande polonaise in E flat major, Op. 22. The shorter Nocturnes, Op. 62, placed between these works have a remarkable floating quality that draws you in consistently. The bulk of the program goes over to the 12 Etudes, Op. 10, which allow Goerner to showcase his technical precision in a quiet, confident way. Following his fellow South American Claudio Arrau, Goerner plays the etudes as a complete set, with only natural pauses between them -- plausible for those who like to hear them this way but questionable in view of the lack of any evidence that Chopin or his followers commonly did so. Still, an above-average Chopin recital on the contemplative side. © TiVo
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Klassik - Erschienen am 21. Oktober 2014 | Zig-Zag Territoires

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Instrumentalmusik - Erschienen am 23. März 2018 | Alpha

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Für den argentinischen Pianisten Nelson Goerner scheint die Zeit der internationalen Anerkennung endlich gekommen zu sein, auch wenn er in professionellen Kreisen schon seit langem anerkannt ist. Seine letzten Alben mit Konzertaufzeichnungen von Werken von Debussy, Schumann, Chopin und Beethoven haben großes Lob erhalten. Heute stellt er uns eines der größten Konzerte der Klavierliteratur vor. Bei einem Konzert in Tokio am 20. Mai 2009 mit dem ausgezeichneten NHK-Sinfonieorchester aufgenommen, spielt er hier das wunderbare Zweite Klavierkonzert von Brahms mit samtigem vollen Klang und mit Phrasierungen, die Brahms‘ lange melodische Motive umspannen. Tadaaki Otaka an der Spitze des Orchesters folgt dem Solisten in den feinsten Nuancen und unterstützt ihn mit weiten Gesten. Martha Agerich wurde bei einem Vorspiel begabter Kinder in Buenos Aires auf Nelson Goerner aufmerksam und schickte ihn nach Genf, um dort mit Maria Tipo zu arbeiten. Durch die meisterliche Interpretation des Dritten Klavierkonzerts von Rachmaninow in Begleitung des Orchestre de la Suisse Romande gewann er den ersten Preis im internationalen Wettbewerb dieser Stadt. Seither reist er durch die Welt und baut in aller Ruhe seine Karriere auf: In öffentlichen Konzerten spielt er nur perfekt ausgereifte Interpretationen. Eine faszinierende Fassung dieses großen Werkes von Brahms, das bereits eine riesige Diskografie besitzt, in der Wahl ohnehin schon nicht leicht ist. © François Hudry/Qobuz
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Klassik - Erschienen am 1. Mai 2010 | CD Accord

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Klassik - Erschienen am 21. Oktober 2014 | Zig-Zag Territoires

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Klassik - Erschienen am 4. Dezember 2007 | Irco Video

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Klassik - Erschienen am 25. Oktober 2019 | Alpha Classics

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Klassik - Erschienen am 24. September 2013 | Alpha Classics

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Argentine pianist Nelson Goerner isn't known for French music, although he does perform Debussy's L'Isle Joyeuse in recital sometimes. This beautifully recorded release from the Linn label, however, gives the lie to the idea that pianists necessarily have a specialty, like vocalists, outside which they don't perform well. The album was recorded at the Teldex studios in Berlin, which have rarely if ever been better exploited than by Linn's engineers here. They capture the delicacy of Goerner's mists, the full resonance of the bacchanalian finale of L'Isle Joyeuse. Nearly equally good are the performances themselves. Goerner has lots of competition in these familiar Debussy works, but his versions are worth considering not only for their lovely, subtle palette of textures but also for the unique sound world he coaxes out of each work. Try the rather pan-Asian concept of Pagodes, from the Estampes set at the beginning: the title is East Asian, but the musical inspiration is Indonesian, and the work has rarely sounded more like the cyclical layers of a gamelan echoing in a Javanese night. Each of the Etudes comes to life in its own technical-poetic space. Goerner's program is not organized chronologically nor by complete set; instead it follows an internal poetic logic, and by the end it has become profoundly hypnotic. Very, very fine playing. © TiVo
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Klassik - Erschienen am 24. September 2013 | Zig-Zag Territoires

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Argentine pianist Nelson Goerner isn't known for French music, although he does perform Debussy's L'Isle Joyeuse in recital sometimes. This beautifully recorded release from the Linn label, however, gives the lie to the idea that pianists necessarily have a specialty, like vocalists, outside which they don't perform well. The album was recorded at the Teldex studios in Berlin, which have rarely if ever been better exploited than by Linn's engineers here. They capture the delicacy of Goerner's mists, the full resonance of the bacchanalian finale of L'Isle Joyeuse. Nearly equally good are the performances themselves. Goerner has lots of competition in these familiar Debussy works, but his versions are worth considering not only for their lovely, subtle palette of textures but also for the unique sound world he coaxes out of each work. Try the rather pan-Asian concept of Pagodes, from the Estampes set at the beginning: the title is East Asian, but the musical inspiration is Indonesian, and the work has rarely sounded more like the cyclical layers of a gamelan echoing in a Javanese night. Each of the Etudes comes to life in its own technical-poetic space. Goerner's program is not organized chronologically nor by complete set; instead it follows an internal poetic logic, and by the end it has become profoundly hypnotic. Very, very fine playing. © TiVo
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Klassik - Erschienen am 20. Mai 2016 | Alpha Classics

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Nelson Goerner is most closely associated with the piano music of Frédéric Chopin, but his recital repertoire also includes works by Ludwig van Beethoven, even though this 2015 CD from Alpha Classics is the first evidence of that fact in his discography. It's late Beethoven, too, which is usually a portent of things to come from most pianists, and the Piano Sonata No. 29 in B flat major, "Hammerklavier" and the Bagatelles, Op. 126 make a serious statement of intent. Goerner's powerful playing in the expansive "Hammerklavier" demonstrates his focused intellect and volatile energy, while his careful control of pacing shows that its large-scale formal considerations never escape his attention. In contrast, the Bagatelles are concentrated bursts of genius that transcend their designation as trifles. Goerner plays them with a combination of gentle wit and elegant lyricism, and while they are all under five minutes in duration, they leave as strong an impression through their brevity as the "Hammerklavier" does through its massiveness. If this superb disc is an indication that recordings of other late Beethoven sonatas are planned, then Goerner's many admirers should be on the alert. Highly recommended. © TiVo
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Klassik - Erschienen am 6. Oktober 2017 | Alpha Classics

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The solo piano music of Frédéric Chopin is one of Nelson Goerner's specialties, and his concert performances and recordings have been admired for their sensitivity and insight. This 2017 double-CD release on Alpha Classics presents all 21 of the Nocturnes, which Chopin modeled after the nocturnes of John Field and developed around the ornate style of bel canto singing in Vincenzo Bellini's operas. The long and highly embellished melodies are the most recognizable aspect of these poetic character pieces, though they sometimes have been exaggerated by less skilled or overly expressive pianists and treated as an excuse for flashiness or sentimentality. But Goerner goes deeper into the implications of Chopin's harmonies and phrasing to find subtle shadings in support of the melodies, and he captures their fleeting moods with a light touch. Goerner also applies gradations of dynamics and tasteful rubato to suggest the ebb and flow of emotions, without exaggerating one feeling over any others. Add to Goerner's unaffected playing the clarity and warmth of Alpha's recording, and this set of the Nocturnes is likely to appeal to connoisseurs and newcomers alike. Sample the Nocturne in E flat major, Op. 9, No. 2, or the Nocturne in D flat major, Op. 27, No. 2, two of the most popular pieces in the series. © TiVo