Cédric Pescia. Schumann. The Complete Works for Piano, Vol. 5.

Born in Lausanne, of dual Swiss and French nationality, Cédric Pescia studied at the Conservatoire de Lausanne, at the Conservatoire de Genève and at the Universität der Künste Berlin. He gives concerts and recitals throughout the world.
This double cd on Claves features an all Robert Schumann recital with renditions of such works as Carnaval op. 9, Impromptus op. 5, Albumblätter op. 124, Novelletten op. 21, Gesänge der Frühe op. 133, Sieben Clavierstücke in Fughettenform op.126 and Variationen über ein Thema von Schubert.

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Albumblätter, op. 124. Impromptu.

Cédric Pescia, piano

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