Inside Brahms’s Piano Sonata No 3 – with Nelson Goerner

Tim Parry
Thursday, November 14, 2019

Tim Parry talks to Nelson Goerner about the special qualities of Brahms’s finest piano sonata

Nelson Goerner (photo: Baptiste Millot)
Nelson Goerner (photo: Baptiste Millot)

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