Notes & Reviews:
For his Decca debut, Italian pianist Roberto Plano chose a masterwork that has not appeared in Universal's catalog for the last 50 years, Liszt's Harmonies poétiques et religieuses. Recently praised by the New York Times for his "artistic maturity beyond his years" and "a wonderful clarity and control of inner voices in his performances," Plano is sure to please audiences with Liszt's rarely performed piano cycle.
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