Apart from infrequent performances and broadcasts the way most listeners will have heard this music is more likely to be from one or more of the three released commercial albums. There is much to admire about each of these recordings, and personally I am keen to hear as many inerpretations as possible for myself. In about a year I hope my own studio recording will be available too! The release is likely to programme Maxwell Davies’ piece alongside Beethoven’s Sonata 31 in A flat major (opus 110) and Ravel’s Miroirs.
This post is therefore an opportunity for dialog about these existing recordings (and any others yet to be discovered)! Given or approximated timings for each movement are discussed in another post. Where possible there are links to online sellers.
Stephen Pruslin Auracle Records LP AUC 1005 (1982)
David Holzman, Centaur CRC 2102 (1993)
Richard Casey, Peter Maxwell Davies Piano Works 1949-2009 Prima Facie (2013)