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  • Between 1975 and 1980, Nonesuch released a series of five LPs of pianist Gilbert Kalish performing the rarely recorded Haydn piano sonatas. Now, on the 200th anniversary of the composer's death, the recordings are being reissued, this time as digital albums. Volume III includes the sonatas Hob. XVI: Nos. 36, 28, 41, and 49.

  • Between 1975 and 1980, Nonesuch released a series of five LPs of pianist Gilbert Kalish performing the rarely recorded Haydn piano sonatas. Now, on the 200th anniversary of the composer's death, the recordings are being reissued, this time as digital albums. Volume I includes the sonatas Hob. XVI: Nos. 34, 32, 46, and 51.

  • Between 1975 and 1980, Nonesuch released a series of five LPs of pianist Gilbert Kalish performing the rarely recorded Haydn piano sonatas. Now, on the 200th anniversary of the composer's death, the recordings are being reissued, this time as digital albums. Volume IV includes the sonatas Hob. XVI: Nos. 20, 40, and 23, as well as Variations in E flat, Hob. XVII:3.

  • Between 1975 and 1980, Nonesuch released a series of five LPs of pianist Gilbert Kalish performing the rarely recorded Haydn piano sonatas. Now, on the 200th anniversary of the composer's death, the recordings are being reissued, this time as digital albums. Volume III includes the sonatas Hob. XVI: Nos. 36, 28, 41, and 49.

  • Between 1975 and 1980, Nonesuch released a series of five LPs of pianist Gilbert Kalish performing the rarely recorded Haydn piano sonatas. Now, on the 200th anniversary of the composer's death, the recordings are being reissued, this time as digital albums. Volume II includes the sonatas Hob. XVI: Nos. 19, 44, and 37, as well as Variations in F Minor, Hob. XVII:6.

  • Between 1975 and 1980, Nonesuch released a series of five LPs of pianist Gilbert Kalish performing the rarely recorded Haydn piano sonatas. Now, on the 200th anniversary of the composer's death, the recordings are being reissued, this time as digital albums. Volume V includes the sonatas Hob. XVI: Nos. 45, 30, 27, and 50.

  • The careers of Franz Schubert and Hugo Wolf frame the Romantic era; Schubert was one of the earliest Romantic composers, while Wolf died in 1903, at the movement’s wane. On this album, mezzo-soprano Jan DeGaetani and pianist Gilbert Kalish perform Lieder from these two masters of the genre, illustrating its evolution through the 19th century.

  • The New York Times counts this album among its favorite Schumann recordings, capturing as it does Jan DeGaetani’s “expressive artistry” as she performs these “unclaimed jewels” by one of the foremost composers of Lieder; with baritone Leslie Guinn, accompanied by Gilbert Kalish.

  • The Second Piano Sonata, Ives’s most expansive work for the instrument, was, according to the composer, “an attempt to present [one person’s] impression of the spirit of transcendentalism that is associated in the minds of many with Concord, Mass.,” of the mid 19th century. Gilbert Kalish performs the landmark work here; his intimate understanding of the piece led the Boston Globe to declare that he “quite simply owns this music.”

  • Mezzo-soprano Jan DeGaetani and pianist Gilbert Kalish explore lesser-known works from Maurice Ravel. The Christian Science Monitor noted that these early works “provide glimpses into the formative imagination of the composer,” and declared the performances here to be “exquisite” and “superb.” 

  • Charles Ives wrote about 180 songs from 1887 to 1918, still only a small fraction of his prodigious output. These songs draw upon a diversity of inspirations, reflecting Ives’s wide interests and his fascination with ambiguity and paradox. This album, a New York Times favorite, features notable selections from this expansive catalog.

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