Stephen Hough Archive
DEBUSSY: Estampes; Images; Children’s Corner Suite; La plus que lente; L’Isle joyeuse – Stephen Hough, piano – Hyperion
DEBUSSY: Estampes; Images, Books I-II; Children’s Corner Suite; La plus que lente; L’Isle joyeuse – Stephen Hough, piano – Hyperion CDA68139, 69:25 (1/5/18) [Harmonia mundi/PIAS] **** A potent and sonically resonant all-Debussy album attests to the spectacular technique of Stephen Hough. Having listened to the exotic, even voluptuous, sounds of the gamelan and gong (or […]
DVORAK: Piano Concerto in g minor; SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto – Stephen Hough, p./ City of Birmingham Orch./ Andris Nelsons – Hyperion
The unusual combination of Schumann and Dvorak concertos certifies Stephen Hough’s mastery in music of the Romantic temperament. DVORAK: Piano Concerto in g minor, Op. 33; SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto in a minor, Op. 54 – Stephen Hough, p./ City of Birmingham Orch./ Andris Nelsons – Hyperion CDA68099, 74:11 (4/1/16) [Distr. by Harmonia mundi] ****: My […]
SCRIABIN: Piano Sonata No. 5; Piano Sonata No. 4 in F-sharp Major; Poeme in F-sharp Major; Vers la flamme: poeme; JANACEK: On the Overgrown Path, Book I; Piano Sonata 1 “From the Street” – Stephen Hough, p. – Hyperion
Stephen Hough explores the keyboard world of two exotics, Scriabin and Janacek.
Stephen Hough – In the Night = SCHUMANN: In der Nacht from Fantasiestuecke, Op. 12; Carnaval, Op. 9; BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp Minor, “Moonlight”; CHOPIN: Two Nocturnes; HOUGH: Piano Sonata No. 2 “notturno luminoso” – Stephen Hough, piano – Hyperion
Stephen Hough explores the dark and stormy side of Romanticism in this recital dedicated to night.
BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor; Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major – Stephen Hough, piano/ Mozarteumorchester Salzburg/ Mark Wigglesworth – Hyperion (2 CDs)
The two Brahms Piano Concerto renditions by Stephen Hough will satisfy connoisseurs and initiates to these symphonically-conceived works.
Stephen Hough’s French Album = Works of BACH, FAURE, RAVEL, MASSENET, POULENC, ALKAN, DEBUSSY, DELIBES Etc. – Hyperion
Wit, style, and Gallic elegance combine for Stephen Hough’s eclectic approach to the French taste as conceived in a variety of bravura musical fashions.
Another Liebeslieder? You bet, and this one is very welcome!
Stephen Hough revisits Chopin’s old wine and pours it into elegantly supple and refreshed bottles.