- 5 September, 2012
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‘As many of Weinberg’s works for solo piano have been virtually unknown until recently, by virtue of the fact that this music survived both Nazism and Communism they would merit further investigation. This music has themes to which anyone can relate—to survival in the midst of war and/or oppression, to love, to despair, and to hope. Weinberg’s music richly embodies these, often through the most seemingly simple, folk-like means that continue to engage one’s curiosity’. In this podcast, Allison Brewster Franzetti talks to Gail Wein about the enigmatic composer’s rich piano repertoire.
Catalogue No.: Grand Piano GP610