His name is Stanley Hoogland.
I don’t know anything about him.
But I’ll let my fingers do the Googling to find out.
Apparently, he has his own web site, which is a good thing these days. From his site:
Stanley Hoogland was one of the first pianists to take an interest in the fortepiano, which gave rise to a series of recordings made in the early seventies with such artists as Anner Bylsma and Vera Beths.
As a soloist and chamber musician he has been performing all over the world and he has been a guest of many festivals.
For recordings and concerts he often uses period instruments of his own collection and as a player of the modern piano, he does not limit himself to any fixed period in music history.
And so are these piano sonatas.
Hoogland plays with verve. I was Continue reading