CURZON plays Schubert

Clifford Curzon, one of the great pianists of the twentieth century, was notoriously shy of the recording studio - despite a career with Decca dating from 1937-1971, he recorded very little, and of that, exceedingly little solo piano music.

In what little there is, Schubert is a recurring theme. Here we bring together all of his released solo studio-recorded Schubert - the two sets of Impromptus and the Wanderer Fantasie - made for Decca between 1941 and 1952, and now XR remastered and pitch-stabilised by Andrew Rose. There may be very little of it, but what Curzon did record was very, very good indeed!

ELGAR PROMOTION: From 3pm Paris time, Friday 3 June, and for exactly one week, we mark the 165th birthday of composer EDWARD ELGAR with a 15% discount on all our recordings of his music, in download or CD format - the discount is automatic and will be applied at the checkout.