The release of various Yudina performances from the late '40s through the late '60s on Russia's Vista Vera label has offered musicianship that is never less than thought-provoking, covering music from Bach up through the Russian post-Romantics. Yudina was a thoroughgoing individualist in her playing, with a tendency at times not only to disregard but actually contradict composers' own dynamic markings. This Brahms disc, however, offers a more cooperative Yudina in a chamber-music setting, performing the Piano Quartet No. 2 with a trio of Russian string players.
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Yudina succeeds not because she had any really extraordinary technical gifts - she gave herself room here by taking tempos slightly on the slow side. Apparently, before going on-stage to play this work, Yudina was heard to mutter, "Oh, God, why on earth does one condemn oneself to such torments?") Her brilliance, rather, is interpretive. Where the vast majority of other pianists have made the opening movement both monumental and a bit brittle, Yudina treats it instead with freedom - almost with an improvisatory quality, as annotator Marina Drozdova points out.
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Maria Veniaminovna Yudina (Russian: Мари́я Вениами́новна Ю́дина, Mariya Veniaminovna Yudina; September 9, 1899 – November 19, 1970) was a Soviet pianist. Maria Yudina was born to a Jewish family in Nevel, Vitebsk Governorate, Russian Empire. Her father, Veniamin Yudin, was a renowned physiologist and forensic expert, while her mother was Raisa Yudina. She studied at the Petrograd Conservatory under Anna Yesipova and Leonid Nikolayev.
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