Garrick Ohlsson Archive
Brahms favorite genre for solo piano are rendered in this new release by Garrick Ohlsson.
Spain’s musical soul enjoys brilliant illumination in this survey of Manuel de Falla’s keyboard works. FALLA: Cuatro piezas espanolas; El sombrero de tres picos; Canto de los remeros del Volga; El amor brujo (trans. Falla); Homenaje “Pour le tombeau de Claude Debussy”; Sequnda danza Espanola; Fantasia Baetica – Garrick Ohlsson, piano – Hyperion CDA68177, 70:00 […]
RACHMANINOV: Piano Concerto No. 3 in d; Symphonic Dances – Garrick Ohlsson, p./ Atlanta Sym. Orch./ Robert Spano – ASO Media
A fine display of the Atlanta Symphony’s impressive credentials in the music of Sibelius.
Ohlsson’s second volume of Liszt – like his first – extends his sense of the composer as monolithic and intimate at once, the sheer fusion of extremes indicative of Liszt’s Romantic ethos.
“Close Connections” = LOUIS WEINGARDEN: Triptych; ROBERT HELPS: Shall We Dance; STEFAN WOLPE: Passacaglia; WILLIAM HIBBARD: Handwork; OLDŘICH KORTE: Sonata – Garrick Ohlsson, piano – Bridge
Modern music well off the beaten path from a respected interpreter of piano standards.
GRIFFES: Piano Music = Three Tone-Pictures; Fantasy Pieces; Roman Sketches; Piano Sonata; De profundis; A Winter Landscape; Three Preludes – Garrick Ohlsson, p. – Hyperion
A glorious performance of these important piano works by one of the finest pianists.
If the performances were as excellent as the documentary, this disc would be something.
A program devoted to Granados’ response to Francisco Goya’s art elicits an impressively sympathetic response from Garrick Ohlsson.
LISZT: Fantasy and Fugue on the Choral “Ad Nos, Ad Salutarem Undam,” S. 259 (arr. Busoni); Piano Sonata in B Minor, S. 178 – Garrick Ohlsson, piano – Bridge
Virtuoso ecstasies of demonic proportion from Ohlsson, who helps usher in the Liszt bicentennial.