- Apr 19, 2004
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Who was / is the best pianist top play Chopin?
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I am a complete naif in this area, but what are your thoughts on Pollini?Originally Posted by RJman
If I had to pick one it would be Rubenstein. As an added bonus, many of his recordings are now being remastered and issued in superior sound.Originally Posted by Mr. Checks
Pollini's Chopin is a little cold. It's one of the rare cases where I agree with the widespread criticism of Pollini. But his 1977 recording of the Beethoven late sonatas is my personal favorite marriage of performer and composer. Perfect!Originally Posted by Manton