Browse: Schumann - Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54
This page lists all recordings of Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54 by Robert Schumann (1810-56).
Maria João Pires (piano)
London Symphony Orchestra, Sir John Eliot Gardiner
[Pires] has the enviable ability to make everything sound fresh but natural, and her tone is enchanting...The definition on [the Blu-ray] is superb and the camera work actually helps the viewer... — More…
SACD + Blu-ray Audio
Alfred Brendel (piano)
Wiener Philharmoniker, Sir Simon Rattle
This [the Brahms] is playing of tremendous incisiveness, highly energetic in both physical and intellectual terms. Brendel traces a powerful thread of development and logic through the set’s... — More…
Alexander Melnikov (fortepiano), with Isabelle Faust (violin) & Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello)
Freiburger Barockorchester, Pablo Heras-Casado
What is especially striking in this charismatic and illuminating interpretation is Alexander Melnikov's capacity to muster such a wide dynamic range and varied palette of timbres from his 1837... — More…
CD + DVD Video
András Schiff (piano)
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Antal Doráti
Martha Argerich (piano), with Alexander Gurning (piano), with Paul Gulda & Rico Gulda (piano), with Akane Sakai (piano), with Alexander Mogilevsky (piano), with Gabriela Montero (piano), Susan Roberts, Helene Schneidermann, Daniel Norman, Carsten Wittmoser, Yulia Zaichkina, Alexander Mogilevsky...
I would not deter anyone from duplicating because...there are many moments and passages of pure delight, often deriving from the frisson of a live performance (listen to the Poulenc!) One marvels... — More…
Arthur Rubinstein (piano)
RCA Victor Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, New Symphony Orchestra of London, Symphony of the Air, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Alfred Wallenstein, Josef Krips, Daniel Barenboim, Stanislaw...
Stephen Hough (piano)
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Andris Nelsons
Hough joins forces with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Andris Nelsons for a robust, grand reading that nonetheless leaves room for lyricism and introspection…[but it's in the Dvorak]... — More…