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Jul 3, 2004

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Piano Sonatas. I'm digging Schubert and Beethoven.

What else do people like?

Brahms' is usually known for his other piano works, but he has 3 excellent piano sonatas. I like his sonatas for piano and violin even more.

Rachmaninoff's piano sonatas are incredible... plenty of great recordings out there.

Mozart's are among my favorites. I own more complete collections of Mozart's piano sonatas than anyone else.

Prokofiev also has some awesome piano sonatas. His 6/7/8 are referred to as his war sonatas and are all excellent.

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Feels Villeneuve
Oct 7, 2007

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Piano Sonatas. I'm digging Schubert and Beethoven.

What else do people like?

Haydn for that general period.

For fun, try the Ives "Concord" sonata.

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