Works by Joseph Haydn, Claude Debussy and Peter Tschaikowsky
Countless composers have had a hand in generating the sheer variety of European music that has developed throughout history. Radu Lupu has chosen works by three of those—Austrian, Russian, and French—whose works are central to the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries. Each has enriched the repertoire in his own way, be it by developing a new expressivity, or by introducing novel stylistic elements. Lupu leads the way on a field trip exploring the highways and byways of the piano literature.