Daniel Barenboim on recording Brahms's Piano Concertos

Martin Cullingford Fri 28th August 2015

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Daniel Barenboim talks about recording Brahms's Piano Concertos on the latest Gramophone podcast (photo: Peter Adamik)

Daniel Barenboim talks about recording Brahms's Piano Concertos on the latest Gramophone podcast (photo: Peter Adamik)

Daniel Barenboim first recorded the Brahms Piano Concertos in 1967, with Sir John Barbirolli. Nearly half a century on, he talks to James Jolly about his most recent recording of them, with the Staatskapelle Berlin and Gustavo Dudamel for Deutsche Grammophon.

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