There's always another recording of Maurice Ravel's famous "Pavane" being released. There were 20 last year alone, and each one of them is performed by a different musician with a personal touch. This proliferation of Pavanes has Sara Fishko thinking about classical composers, performance and the nature of interpretation. Some of the recordings heard in this File: Sergei Rachmoninoff performs his "Oriental Sketch," 1917 Edvard Grieg performs his "To Spring" from Lyric Pieces op. 43 No. 6 Sergei Prokofiev performs his "Piano Concerto No. 3" Rudolf Serkin performs Beethoven's "Piano Sonata No. 14, (Moonlight)" Vladimir Ashkenazy performs Beethoven's "Piano Sonata No. 8, (Path?tique)" Dmitri Shostakovich performs his "Prelude and Fugue No. 12" Sviatoslav Richter performs Shostakovich's "Prelude and Fugue No. 12" Sviatoslav Richter performs Shostakovich's "Prelude and Fugue No. 17" Sergei Rachmoninoff performs his "Piano Concerto No. 2" Robert Casadesus performs Ravel's "Pavane pour une infante d?funte" Itzhak Perlman performs Brahms' "Hungarian Dances"