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A truly beautiful account of the Brahms, poised and utterly committed, with bewitching orchestral support: not since Isabelle Faust’s account with Daniel Harding (Harmonia Mundi, 2011) has this work seemed so fresh and so moving. Faust’s coupling was the G major sextet; Jansen’s is a bolder choice, but in Bartók’s neglected first concerto she finds just as perfect a vehicle for her heartfelt lyricism. excellent sound, especially the live Roman Brahms.

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