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On ClassicsToday: The Reference - The Takács Quartet’s Beethoven Cycle

Big Boxes: Anatol Ugorski, The Great Bewilderer

by Jens F. Laurson
Anatol Ugorski was not a favored artist in the Soviet Union, to put it mildly. An early talent for squirreling-out and performing the standards of the Western avant-garde gave rise to first suspicions about his political reliability (which, in the Soviet Union, was tantamount to being considered mor... Continue Reading

Ugorsky: Scriabin, Piano Sonata No.5 in F sharp major, Op.53

Ugorsky: Brahms, Klaviersonate Nr. 2 fis-moll op. 2 - 2. Andante con essressione - attaca

Ugorsky: Beethoven, Diabelli-Variationen: 7: Un poco pi allegro

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