David Wilde plays Schumann
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Cat No: DCD34050
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 5th October 2009
ArtistsDavid Wilde (piano)
In contrast, Kinderszenen, a touching and vernal evocation of childhood, is given a performance of artless innocence that chimes with Wilde's conviction that 'it shouldn't sound mature'. Carnaval's colourful cast of characters is viscerally and imaginatively brought to life, culminating in David's fearsome 'March against the Philistines'.
A veteran of the romantic piano tradition, Wilde brings seven decades of intense experience to this recital. His playing harks back to a time when audiences expected much more from the performer. This is Schumann with personality - listeners searching for a 'safe' experience will be disappointed.
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