Richard Goode

Feb 20, 2022
Richard Goode


Richard Goode, hailed for his “majestic, profound readings” (The New York Times), presents late sonatas of Beethoven and Schubert alongside two sets of miniatures: Schumann’s gossamer, dance-like Papillons, and Bartók’s earthy and delightful adaptations of Hungarian folk tunes, the last of which is based on a bagpiper’s melody.




Sonata in A Minor, D. 845


Hungarian Peasant Songs


Sonata No. 28 in A Major, Op. 101


Impromptu in G-flat Major [Encore]


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