WEBER, MOZART, BEETHOVEN, LISZT & Others: Home Classical Reissue Reviews Nadia Reisenberg, piano – Live Ch. Recitals and Home Solo Performances

Gary Lemco (Audiophile Audition) writes .....

Despite having virtually “retired” from the active concert stage in 1947 in order to fulfill her teaching duties and her parenting role, Nadia Reisenberg (1904-1983) once more commands our attention in a series of chamber (and solo) works organized by her son, producer and commentator Robert Sherman.  With the help of archivist Donald Manildi and engineer Seth Winner, these concerts receive a new and often vivid presence, a marvelous addendum to the Reisenberg recorded legacy which, for my money, has always warranted expansion. I have a few personal stakes in this production beyond my merely reviewing it: I used to serve with Bob Sherman at WQXR-FM as a much-invited guest on “First Hearing’; I was a student at SUNY Binghamton while David Soyer and the Guarneri String Quartet enjoyed their residence there; and I had the major good fortune to be .....

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