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Author Topic: First Recordings of J.L.Nicodés op.12 and op 18  (Read 618 times)
Steffen Fahl
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« on: August 06, 2012, 08:34:28 PM »

After recording his Sonata op 19 for the first time I found Nicodés two Studies op.12 and his Variations op.18 likewise quite attractive nearly not at all known repertoire.

The way I produce those recordings is already known and discussed enough, meanwhile Nicodés music to me seems to be much to interesting to leave it neglected. That is, why I share my recordings to give you an impression of this interesting repertoire.

You can find the pieces and the scores with the following links
a) Two Studies op 12 (Score IMSLP)
b) Variations (and Fugue) on a Theme of Anton Rubinstein op.18 Score

Both were not yet recorded. Just the Score of the Studies are found in the IMSLP
I hope you like those beautiful pieces.

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Steffen
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