- ‘Free, but lonely’ – an extraordinary sonata and its new edition
- A difficult case: Chopin’s b-minor sonata op. 58 in Urtext
- “Gabriellas sång” by Brahms?
- Rachmaninoff’s Paganini Rhapsody and the treasures in the Library of Congress
- No end to Rachmaninoff in sight: several annotations to opp. 3 and 16
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