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Something almost being said: Music of Bach  and Schubert by Simone Dinnerstein

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Something almost being said: Music of Bach and Schubert

Simone Dinnerstein

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Album

Something almost being said: Music of Bach and Schubert

Simone Dinnerstein

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Label: Sony Classical
Even among marginally popular pianists, Simone Dinnerstein is an outlier. After a late start and a lackluster early career, she saw her first breakthrough after an Internet leak of a self-funded Bach recording. This release combines Partitas Nos. 1 and 2 with four impromptus from Schubert. While Dinnerstein's capability with Bach can't be questioned, her work sometimes lacks the insulation of the album's title (taken from a Philip Larkin poem); the Schubert pieces have much more life to them. Still, her crystalline clarity and Grammy-award-winning producer Adam Abeshouse make it a joy.

About This Album

Even among marginally popular pianists, Simone Dinnerstein is an outlier. After a late start and a lackluster early career, she saw her first breakthrough after an Internet leak of a self-funded Bach recording. This release combines Partitas Nos. 1 and 2 with four impromptus from Schubert. While Dinnerstein's capability with Bach can't be questioned, her work sometimes lacks the insulation of the album's title (taken from a Philip Larkin poem); the Schubert pieces have much more life to them. Still, her crystalline clarity and Grammy-award-winning producer Adam Abeshouse make it a joy.

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About This Album

Even among marginally popular pianists, Simone Dinnerstein is an outlier. After a late start and a lackluster early career, she saw her first breakthrough after an Internet leak of a self-funded Bach recording. This release combines Partitas Nos. 1 and 2 with four impromptus from Schubert. While Dinnerstein's capability with Bach can't be questioned, her work sometimes lacks the insulation of the album's title (taken from a Philip Larkin poem); the Schubert pieces have much more life to them. Still, her crystalline clarity and Grammy-award-winning producer Adam Abeshouse make it a joy.