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Schiff opts for an 1820 Brodmann instrument (his own, housed in Bonn’s Beethoven-Haus where these recordings were made), and it sounds glorious: its tone and action seem ideally to suit these works. Not surprisingly, his tempi are slightly more flowing than they were on Decca’s Bösendorfer; let us hope there is more to come.

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