Comment:British pianist James Brawn continues his Odyssey through all Beethoven's piano sonatas with two celebrated by names, and the early revolutionary sounding 2nd Sonata of 1795. Beautifully recorded at Potton Hall, Suffolk.
Reviews:"Each note and phrase in every movement will be pored over by attentive ears, and as critics nitpick over the minute details of fleeting moments, we will nod our heads, not necessarily in agreement, but in affirmation of a single, unassailable fact: James Brawn has made it. Remember that name. Andrew Schartmann, CD Spotlight (Internet). May 2014.
"The real triumph here, however, is a reading of the "Les Adieux" Sonata that (for once) allows Beethoven to smile, celebrate and even dance for joy where other interpreters sound fully engaged only when the the music turns introspective." International Record Review, March 2015