From: Deryk Barker
>The (IIRC) Beethoven concerto cycle under Hogwood - who is the pianist?
>- didn't use Beethoven's own cadenzas in at least one concerto, on the
>grounds that they were written later for an instrument whose range exceeded
>that available when the concerto was actually composed....
That would be Steven Lubin.
Deryk is correct. Lubin performs on replicas of a Walter, 5-octave
fortepiano for the first two concerti. Beethoven's cadenza's (from 1809)
for these same concerti require at least a 6-octave beast.
Mark K. Ehlert