Record Labels Archives: Steinway & Sons

An Amadeus Affair to Remember

For their second Steinway & Sons release the Anderson & Roe Piano Duo dedicates their highly calibrated keyboard prowess, ...

Poulenc Meets Piaf Chez Pompa-Baldi

There are some brilliantly original keyboard recitals coming from independent labels these days, and this is certainly one of them...

Alan Feinberg’s Basically Bull, But No Sh*t!

English virginal music from the 16th and early 17th centuries played on a modern Steinway? Unthinkable! Shocking! Forget it; this ...

Ullmann’s Complete Piano Sonatas: So-So On Steinway

Viktor Ullmann's seven piano sonatas were composed between 1936-44, the last three in the Terezin concentration camp. No. 7 was co...

Jeffrey Biegel’s Grand Romance

In the days before piano recitals became Serious Business, Romantic virtuosos delighted audiences by serving up lighthearted encor...

Andrew Rangell’s Art(ifice) of Fugue

It's no more than a couple of bars into the Art of Fugue’s first Contrapunctus when Andrew Rangell’s mannerisms begin, with a ...

Jenny Lin’s Classy Broadway Album

Jenny Lin is one of those pianists who deserves a major career for the sheer intelligence and musicality of everything that she do...

A-list Argentinian Piano Works

This highly enjoyable collection presents Argentinian piano works written during the 1920s. Exemplifying the disc's title, Carlos ...

A STEINWAY CHRISTMAS ALBUM–Piano Music for the Season

It's not surprising that an album that features a Steinway piano as its raison d'être makes sure to mention which particular inst...

Mompou: Musica Callada, etc./Lin

Música Callada (Music of Silence) is a very special work, one of the most beautiful and elusive in the entire piano repertoire. I...