During the first half of the last Century, two remarkable pianists emerged from United Kingdom: Clifford Curzon and Myra Hess.
Curzon conjugated intellect and precision, accurate phrasing, personal sense of color, and first rate technique, hovered by that cold approach respect the lyrical material he played (in similar coordinates respect the gelidness of Emil Gilels).
He sought and even permeated new visions around underrated and overlooked composers in U.K. (like Brahms, Franck or Grieg). His majestic playing captivated several generations since the thirties until the seventies.
This special set contains essential historical registers that already are part of the history of the keyboard. Don't waste this unique opportunity to acquire this emblematic set, carefully edited with impressive sound clarity.