After his recent Schubert album, Adam Laloum pays a visit to Brahms. The young prodigy of the early 1850s immediately established himself as the worthy heir of Beethoven and Schumann with his dazzling Sonata No.3. Almost forty years later, we find him just as wild and in no way mellowed - quite the contrary: he continues to explore new horizons in his Fantasias Op.116, where recollections of the old masters of the Classical keyboard mingle with incredibly modern intuitions.
After his recent Schubert album, Adam Laloum pays a visit to Brahms. The young prodigy of the early 1850s immediately established himself as the worthy heir of Beethoven and Schumann with his dazzling Sonata No.3. Almost forty years later, we find him just as wild and in no way mellowed - quite the contrary: he continues to explore new horizons in his Fantasias Op.116, where recollections of the old masters of the Classical keyboard mingle with incredibly modern intuitions.
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Brahms: Piano Sonata No. 3
Artist: Adam Laloum
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1. Brahms: Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor, Op.5: I. Allegro maestoso
2. Brahms: Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor, Op.5: II. Andante espressivo
3. Brahms: Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor, Op.5: III. Scherzo. Allegro energico - Trio
4. Brahms: Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor, Op.5: IV. Intermezzo. Andante molto
5. Brahms: Piano Sonata No.3 in F Minor, Op.5: V. Finale. Allegro moderato ma rubato
6. Brahms: 7 Fantasien, Op.116: I. Capriccio. Presto energico
7. Brahms: 7 Fantasien, Op.116: II. Intermezzo. Andante
8. Brahms: 7 Fantasien, Op.116: III. Capriccio. Allegro passionato
9. Brahms: 7 Fantasien, Op.116: IV. Intermezzo. Adagio
10. Brahms: 7 Fantasien, Op.116: V. Intermezzo. Andante con grazia ed intimissimo sentimento
11. Brahms: 7 Fantasien, Op.116: VI. Intermezzo. Andantino teneramente
12. Brahms: 7 Fantasien, Op.116: VII. Capriccio. Allegro agitato

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After his recent Schubert album, Adam Laloum pays a visit to Brahms. The young prodigy of the early 1850s immediately established himself as the worthy heir of Beethoven and Schumann with his dazzling Sonata No.3. Almost forty years later, we find him just as wild and in no way mellowed - quite the contrary: he continues to explore new horizons in his Fantasias Op.116, where recollections of the old masters of the Classical keyboard mingle with incredibly modern intuitions.