Ingolf Wunder returns with a unique follow-up, 300, three centuries of piano styles – from Scarlatti to Morricone.
Ingolf Wunder adores fun, melodic pieces that demand exceptional flair and virtuosity – 300 will attract all piano fans.
His exuberant programme is also his homage to Horowitz.
He links pieces by Liszt, Rachmaninov, and Scriabin (among others) to Horowitz’s own landmark homage, Danse excentrique and extends the lineage to late 20th-century pieces such as his own arrangement of hits like John Williams’s "Star Wars (theme)" – and Morricone’s "Playing Love" from the film, The Legend of 1900.
The perfect follow-up to Chopin by presenting another facet ofRead more this exceptional pianist, who was the audience favourite at the 2010 Chopin Competition – his Deutsche Grammophon debut Chopin album was acclaimed worldwide: "...an extremely elegant and polished affair" (Los Angeles Times) Read less