Ok, ok — I know that, by now, it is a such a banal thing to say: but I’m still frequently bowled over by the quality of information that there is out there on the net, freely available, the result of the labours of amateur enthusiasts. I wanted to check whether a recording of Richter playing D960 duplicated one I already had. Within three minutes I had the answer: one Paul Geffen maintains a Richter discography, and here’s the Schubert page. Terrific.
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