Sorry for being a bit slow but I have now put up your, biography along with all of the submitted recordings. Very musical and thoughtful interpretations is my conclusion and I enjoyed every second of listening to them!
Regarding chamber music. As long as it contains a piano it is no problem and even very welcomed. However, if it contains only other instruments, I must give this a thought as it does not really fit the concept or the name if the site today.
Also, when making future submissions, it would be great if you started new topics for each submission (all movements of a sonata should be kept in one topic while two different composers should be split off) as it otherwise gets a little problematic to keep track of things.
I wrote some information regarding Brahms Piano Sonatas in that page as below:
"Brahms sonatas constitues his most early published works (but for the very early which he deliberately destroyed later on) and are only three in numbers (Op.1 in C major, Op.2 in F-sharp minor and Op.5 in F minor). The last was composed when he was only 20 years old and sent to Schumann for commentary. Brahms wanted to explore his composition technique and believed that most things where already done in the piano sonata genre and therefore, he they are few in numbers. Nevertheless, they bare an obvious trademark of Brahms and are very well composed and musically wonderful."
Again, welcome to Piano Society!
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