“Solomon” and Curzon
On Classics of the Phonograph this week two British pianists of the mid-20th century will be featured. The mysteriously named "Solomon" was famous for his Beethoven Concerto readings, and Clifford Curzon was a renowned expert on Mozart Piano Concertos.
On Classics of the Phonograph, Saturday at 11 am on WILL-FM, we will hear samples of their artistry.
"Solomon" and Curzon playlist:
Beethoven | Concerto No. 1, movs. 2, 3, Solomon, Philharmonia Orchestra, Menges
Chopin | "Berceuse," Solomon
Mozart | Concerto No. 27, movs. 2, 3, London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Istvan Kertesz
Liszt | "Liebestraum" No. 3, Curzon