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Pfaff presents a young man’s view of the big, reflective G major sonata: tempi are swift, perhaps too swift sometimes; he makes the most of the astonishing outbursts in the andante; and the allegretto is suitably song-like. He seems more comfortable, however, in the out-and-out virtuosity of the Wanderer fantasy: he draws a rich sound from his instrument, impressing with a very wide tonal palette.

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