Thursday, September 25, 2008

Brahms: Intermezzo op. 118, no. 2 in A Major

I found this subtle, unusual performance of one of Brahms's most autumnal works last night. The pianist is a young Mexican, Citlalli Guevara. She uses a great deal of rubato, and has a remarkable sense of which inner voices to bring to the forefront of Brahms's dense pianistic texture. Enjoy; I thought it was remarkably beautiful.

1 comment:

Kyle R. Cupp said...

Good find! Thank you.