John Field: Complete NocturnesDecca Records
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Following her critically acclaimed coupling of the Britten & Barber Piano Concertos with the London Symphony Orchestra, Elizabeth Joy Roe enlightens the extraordinary world of John Field. John Field has been called the ‘Father of the Nocturne', creating the form which Chopin perfected, but thus relegated to a footnote in musical history. In fact, he was held in high regard by his contemporaries: a student of Clementi, he knew Haydn, Hummel, Czerny and Mendelssohn, was championed by Liszt and an acknowledged influence on Chopin, Brahms and Schumann. Roe brings all 18 Nocturnes together for the first time on a single album.
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