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A CD with the Goldberg Variations by J.S. Bach was released in the autumn 2008.

This Bach CD has the serial number
L.N. CD 7
A double CD with the 6 Partitas by J.S. Bach
was distributed in the summer of 2006.

This Bach CD has the serial number
L.N. CD 5&6
A double CD with the 6 French Suites by J.S. Bach
was distributed in the summer of 2002.

This Bach CD has the serial number
L.N. CD 3&4

Beethoven-skivans omslag
The most recent CD contains five piano sonatas by Beethoven:
Op. 10:1 in C Minor
Op. 28 in D Major (Pastorale)
Op. 106 in B flat Major (Hammerklavier)
Op. 109 in E Major
Op. 110 in A flat Major

The serial number is L.N. CD 1&2
On the record sleeve, Lucia Negro writes that it is was thanks to a prize from the Sten Frykberg memorial fund that she was able to realise her dream of recording these particular sonatas under personal management.

This CD includes chamber music by five pioneering women. Female composers first began to get the opportunity to make headway during the last decades of the 19th century. A grand piano from 1898 was used for the recording. In addition to two string quartets, this double CD contains chamber music for the piano and other instruments by Elfrida Andrée, Valborg Aulin, Amanda Maier, Laura Netzel and Alice Tegnér. Other contributors include Bernt Lysell, Ola Karlsson and the Tale Quartet.
This CD has the serial number
MSCD 528-529

stenhammarbukett BIS-CD-554
On three CDs Lucia Negro has recorded the complete chamber music works for the piano by Wilhelm Stenhammar. In addition to such well-known piano pieces as the sonatas, “Late Summer Nights” and “Three Fantasies”, the records include earlier compositions. One of the CDs contains a performance of Stenhammar’s violin sonata and other chamber music together with members of the Tale Quartet. The instrument used on CD 554 is the Steinway C Luxury Grand Piano, which can be found at the Hallwyl Museum in Stockholm.
BIS CD 554 (vol 1): Three Fantasies Op.11, Intermezzo, Three Small Piano Pieces, Impromptu and Impromptu Waltz, Allegro con moto ed appassionato and Late Summer Nights.
BIS CD 634 (vol 2): Piano sonata no. 1 in C Major, Fantasy in A Minor, Piano sonata no. 2 in C Minor, Piano sonata no. 3 in A flat Major and Piaano sonata no. 4 in G Minor.
BIS CD 764 (vol 3): Piano sonata in A flat Major, Sonata in A Minor for violin and piano, Allegro ma non tanto in A Major (violin, cello and piano), Allegro brillante in E Major (violin, viola, cello and piano).

This CD from 1991 contains piano music by Robert Schumann and spans the composer’s entire spectrum. The record was reviewed in High Fidelity by the signature GL-O: “Lucia Negro plays expressively, animatedly, dynamically and perceptively just as expected…Her presentation of the famous “Träumerei” from “Kinderszenen” for example, shows an extremely dignified command and is, at the same time, deeply poetic…A most welcome Schumann programme by a great pianist with an excellent sound recording!”
The CD has the serial number MAP CD 9130 and includes Faschingsschwank aus Wien Op.26, Kinderszenen Op.15 and Fantasy in C Major Op. 17./B>

This record contains Tchaikovsky’s two sonatas for the piano: Op. Postum in C sharp Minor and Grand Sonata Op. 37 in G Major. These works are quite demanding and relatively unknown and are performed with bold lines and considerable warmth. Lennart Bromander wrote in the newspaper Arbetet, that Lucia Negro has the authority it takes to lift the grand sonata in G Major and Ladis Müller wrote in Smålandsposten that the sonata in G Major is a “technically very demanding work that is powerfully and perceptively presented by the pianist Lucia Negro”.
The serial number of this record is SCD 1053

Earlier recordings have included music by Brahms, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Martin, Kraus, Milhaud, Stenhammar, Rosenberg and Blomdahl.
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