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[ Sony Classics / 3 CD Box Set - released 10/Dec/2014 ]
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Beethoven: Diabelli Variations
Michael Houstoun (piano)
[ Rattle Records / CD - released 18/Aug/2017 ]
Following the monumental set of the complete Beethoven piano sonatas, Michael Houstoun and Rattle proudly release a superb account of the Diabelli Variations, thirty-three variations on a waltz by Anton Duabelli composed by Ludwig van Beethoven...
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J. S. BACH
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[ Sony Classical / 2 CD - released 5/Sep/2018 ]
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[ Hyperion / CD - released 1/Feb/2016 ]
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J. S. BACH
Bach To The Future
Olivier Latry (organ)
[ La Dolce Volta / CD - released 22/Mar/2019 ]
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[ Deutsche Grammophon / CD - released 3/Sep/2021 ]
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