Mozart: Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

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Evgeni Koroliov plays Mozart

Evgeni Koroliov plays Mozart

The Koroliov Series Volume 18


Mozart:

Rondo in D major, K485

Rondo in A minor, K511

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Piano Sonata No. 12 in F major, K332

Piano Sonata No. 13 in B flat major, K333


The latest CD from Evgeni Korioliov offers a new and, at the same time, old answer to the question of whether there is any point in bringing out discs today that have been recorded a hundred times before.

Mozart KV 330 etc. - many people are rolling their eyes at it, but only until they hear the first few notes. This music has never been heard like this before. The mobile phone falls into their lap, the computer mouse is still. The ears really want to give it their full attention. Some of the nagging stress of everyday life evaporates. Time drifts by. It makes you happy to watch this. This is actually what music should always do.

In the midst of all this pleasure, it's easy to forget that the artful way in which this is achieved isn't thanks to any old pianist. Evgeni Koroliov doesn't go looking for recognition. He calmly takes us by the hand and shows us the beautiful, hidden corners in Mozart's music.

Tacet - The Koroliov Series - TACET226

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Horowitz in Moscow

Horowitz in Moscow


Chopin:

Mazurka No. 21 in C sharp minor, Op. 30 No. 4

Liszt:

Soirées de Vienne: valse-caprice No. 6 (after Schubert), D427 No. 6

Sonetto 104 del Petrarca (Années de pèlerinage II, S. 161 No. 5)

Moszkowski:

Étincelles, Op. 36 No. 6

Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Rachmaninov:

Prelude Op. 32 No. 5 in G major

Polka de V.R.

Prelude Op. 32 No. 12 in G sharp minor

Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K380 in E major

Schumann:

Kinderszenen, Op. 15: Träumerei

Scriabin:

Étude Op. 2 No. 1 in C sharp minor

Étude Op. 8 No. 12 in D sharp minor


One of the most famous piano recitals of all time – given by the 82-year old Vladimir Horowitz, returning to his homeland of Russia after more than 60 years – now reappears for the first time at mid-price, specially re-released to mark the 30th anniversary of the April 1986 concert.

“Few have conjured from a piano such a palette of tonal colours with such convincing imagery and musical imagination as Horowitz does in this recital. The Mozart is witty and playful and if his Schubert and Chopin are, for my taste, somewhat fussy, with some Liszt, Rachmaninov and Scriabin he is on home territory. This is the real thing.” Gramophone Magazine

“The recording […] shows a master at work, a musician, a performer, sharing his enthusiasm for Scarlatti, Mozart, Rachmaninov, Chopin and others. Sparkling fingerwork, beautiful piano sound, commanding phrasing” Music Week, 22.11.1986

Presto Greatest Recordings

1980s

DG Originals - 4795880

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Vladimir Horowitz: Return To Chicago

Vladimir Horowitz: Return To Chicago


Chopin:

Mazurka No. 41 in C sharp minor, Op. 63 No. 3

Mazurka No. 7 in F minor, Op. 7 No. 3

Scherzo No. 1 in B minor, Op. 20

Liszt:

Sonetto 104 del Petrarca (Années de pèlerinage II, S. 161 No. 5)

Soirées de Vienne: valse-caprice No. 6 (after Schubert), D427 No. 6

Moszkowski:

Étincelles, Op. 36 No. 6

Mozart:

Adagio in B minor, K540

Rondo in D major, K485

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Scarlatti, D:

Keyboard Sonata K380 in E major

Keyboard Sonata K135 in E major

Schumann:

Arabeske in C major, Op. 18

Kinderszenen, Op. 15: Träumerei

Scriabin:

3 Pieces for piano, Op. 2: Etude in C sharp minor

Étude Op. 8 No. 12 in D sharp minor

Horowitz Interview with Norman Pellegrini

Horowitz Interview with Thomas Willis


Vladimir Horowitz. Even more than twenty-five years after his death, his name still conjures up magical imagery. An artist of extraordinary pianistic abilities, Horowitz came to define an era, when performing artists put their personal stamp on everything they did. And Horowitz did it like no one else, before or since.

This CD set is taken from one of those concerts, a recital from Orchestra Hall, Chicago, on October 26, 1986. Here we hear him in his element, before a live audience. We may not be able to attend a Horowitz recital anymore, but this is the next best thing – with a little imagination, we can become part of the audience ourselves, and it’s just thrilling.

Horowitz performed in Chicago thirty-seven times in all, including twenty-seven solo recitals, starting in the year 1928. He was very popular there, and that popularity caused him to give repeat performances four times in the 1960s and 1970s, in order to reach as many patrons as possible. By 1986, he’d come up with perhaps a better plan: a concert that would be broadcast, as a gift to the city of Chicago. This concert marks the final time Horowitz played in Chicago.

“No one could imitate anything Horowitz did, and that’s particularly true of his Scarlatti, which combines lightness of action and the subtlest of pedalling...Schumann’s Arabeske, new to his DG output though by no means new to his discography as a whole, has a pearlescent beauty, a reactivity that gives new tints to the main theme each time it reappears...this is another compelling addition to the vast Horowitz legacy.” Gramophone Magazine, January 2016

“Recorded by WFMT’s engineers in 1986 during the pianist’s Indian summer, this fly-on-the-wall glimpse of Horowitz live is both welcome and enjoyable. Scarlatti and Mozart glitter; Schumann and Liszt compel: this is vintage stuff.” Classical Music, January 2016 ****

GGramophone Magazine

Editor's Choice - January 2016

DG - 4794649

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Lang Lang: The Vienna Album

Lang Lang: The Vienna Album


Beethoven:

Sonata for piano four hands in D major, Op. 6

with Christoph Eschenbach (piano)

Piano Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15

Orchestre de Paris, Christoph Eschenbach

Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58

Orchestre de Paris, Christoph Eschenbach

Haydn:

Piano Sonata No. 60 in C major, Hob.XVI:50

Piano Sonata No. 46 in E major, Hob.XVI:31

Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Schubert:

Fantasie in C major, D760 'Wanderer'


Lang Lang (piano)

"Virtuoso," "prodigy," "genius" - these are some of the words used to describe Lang Lang -- the most popular pianist on the planet.

This brand new 2CD collection presents Lang Lang at his best, performing core Viennese repertoire by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert. It displays his enormous talent in both solo and concerto recordings and it serves as manifestation of his signature technique.

“His emotional instincts, married to his flawless piano technique, generate sounds of wonder.” (The Times on Beethoven Concertos).

“The hottest artist on the classical musical planet.” (New York Times)

DG - 4795440

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Mozart: Piano Sonatas

Mozart: Piano Sonatas


Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 18 in D major, K576 'Hunt'

Piano Sonata No. 5 in G, K283

Piano Sonata No. 12 in F major, K332

Piano Sonata No. 17 in B flat major, K570

Rondo in D major, K485

Gigue in G Major, K574

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Piano Sonata No. 13 in B flat major, K333

Piano Sonata No. 16 in C major, K545 'Facile'

Piano Sonata No. 4 in E flat major K282

Rondo in A minor, K511

Fantasia in D minor, K397


Eight of Mozart’s divinely inspired Piano Sonatas here receive performances of mercurial inspiration from consummate-musician cum virtuoso-wizard Marc-André Hamelin. His four Haydn albums have enthralled—this new Mozart will not disappoint. Two Rondos, a Fantasia, and a decidedly quirky Gigue complete a delight of a double album.

“His extreme refinement of phrase and dynamics, his endlessly fresh approach to detail and breadth of line can be taken for granted: the first item, the late D major Sonata No. 18 has rarely burst off the page so full of vivacity and muscular energy....It's in slow movements...that a quality of alien sophistication...tends to interpose itself.” BBC Music Magazine, June 2015 ****

“Hamelin is never dull. He may not touch the heart through a perfect blend of control and insight, of pulse and flexibility, but his capacity for brilliance, for beauty of sound, and his flawless technical address can amount to pleasures in themselves.” Gramophone Magazine, May 2015

Hyperion - CDA68029

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Noriko Ogawa plays Mozart Piano Sonatas Nos. 10-12

Noriko Ogawa plays Mozart Piano Sonatas Nos. 10-12


Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K331 'Alla Turca'

Piano Sonata No. 12 in F major, K332


Noriko Ogawa (piano)

Noriko Ogawa follows her recordings of Debussy’s solo piano works (BISCD1955/56) and Rachmaninov’s First and Fourth Piano Concertos (BIS-CD-975) with three piano sonatas by Mozart.

The three sonatas here are often grouped together as ‘the Paris Sonatas’.

At the time, Mozart was establishing himself in Vienna, and composed piano sonatas to exploit the growing market for printed music and to use as teaching material.

More than 200 years later these particular sonatas remain among Mozart’s best-loved compositions.

“Throughout this warmly engineered release, Ogawa sustains a wonderful lightness of touch utilising the pedal very sparingly and ensuring that all textures are crystal-clear. Among the many things that are admirable about her performances, I noted in particular the subtle gradation of dynamics in the way she shapes the opening melody in the Allegro moderato of K330...and the little touches of infectious humour” BBC Music Magazine, May 2013 ****

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BIS - BIS1985

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Mozart: Piano Sonatas

Mozart: Piano Sonatas


Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K331 'Alla Turca'

Piano Sonata No. 12 in F major, K332

Suite in C major, K399

Gigue in G Major, K574

Piano Sonata No. 4 in E flat major K282

Variations (10) in G major on Gluck's 'Unser dummer Pöbel meint', K455

Fantasia in C minor, K475

Piano Sonata No. 14 in C minor, K457


Andreas Staier (fortepiano)

Released for the first time in 2003 and 2005, this two-CD set combines two Mozart recordings in which Andreas Staier raises the questions of ornamentation and improvisation with a hefty dose of impishness in his interpretative options (as in ‘his' Rondo alla turca!).

Andreas Staier plays a fortepiano by Monika May, Marburg, 1986, after Anton Walter, Vienna, 1785.

“The variety of colour he gets from it is seemingly infinite, as is his expressive range...And (early-music devotees, please note and emulate, if you can) his ornamentations almost always sound spontaneous, a natural extension of the written notes.” Sunday Times, 22nd July 2012

“Staier's playing is illuminating.” BBC Music Magazine, November 2012 ****

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Harmonia Mundi - HMGold - HMG508388/89

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Mozart: Piano Sonatas

Mozart: Piano Sonatas


Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major, K331 'Alla Turca'

Piano Sonata No. 16 in C major, K545 'Facile'

Fantasia in C minor, K475

Sonata for Piano duet in C major, K521


“A much-admired Mozartian, Larrocha's refined and texturally immaculate performances illuminate the characterisation and operatic conversations in his music.” BBC Music Magazine, July 2012 ****

RCA Classical Masters - 88697939812

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Mozart: Keyboard Music Volume 2

Mozart: Keyboard Music Volume 2


Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Rondo in A minor, K511

Rondo in D major, K485

Adagio in B minor, K540

Piano Sonata No. 14 in C minor, K457


Kristian Bezuidenhout (fortepiano)

Paul McNulty, Divisov, Czech Republic, 2008; after Anton Walter & Sohn, Vienna, c. 1802; unequal temperament - A = 430

Fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout continues his multi-disc survey of Mozart’s music for solo keyboard. Volume 2 features an instrument by Paul McNulty, modelled on a Viennese original by Anton Walter & Sohn (c.1802).

Kristian Bezuidenhout was born in South Africa in 1979. He first gained international recognition at the age of 21 after winning the prestigious first prize as well as the audience prize in the Bruges Fortepiano Competition after studying harpsichord with Arthur Haas, fortepiano with Malcolm Bilson and continuo playing and performance practice with Paul O’Dette. During this time he gained experience as a continuo player in Baroque opera productions in the USA and Europe. He is a frequent guest artist with the Freiburger Barockorchester, the Orchestre des Champs-Élysées, Les Arts Florissants, Concerto Köln and Collegium Vocale Gent, in many instances assuming the role of guest director. He has performed with celebrated artists including Philippe Herreweghe, Christopher Hogwood, Daniel Hope and Viktoria Mullova, and he regularly gives Lied recitals with, among others, Carolyn Sampson, Mark Padmore and Jan Kobow.

“Bezuidenhout is a prince of the fortepiano, making it sing in melodic phrases as no other practitioner of this intractable instrument has done in my experience.” The Times

“This is Mozart rethought, unsanitised and maybe unsettling for some. But as Bezuidenhout implies, we have to move on.” Gramophone Magazine, February 2011

“Bezuidenhout promises great things, and this instalment is superb. The keyboard is perfectly scaled to the music: Bezuidenhout can give the C minor sonata (K457) full force and weight without ever sounding overblown, while the exquisite A minor rondo and B minor adagio have a gentle, unforced eloquence.” The Observer, 16th January 2011

“Any inbuilt resistance to hearing Mozart on a fortepiano rather than a concert grand quickly evaporates as the ear begins to relish the piquant colours and subtle nuances that Bezuidenhout produces...The best of it (K511, 540 and 457) sounds revolutionary while the rest cannot fail to charm.” Classic FM Magazine, February 2011 *****

“Bezuidenhout steers a wonderful, measured course through both works [Rondo and Adagio], but allows himself a bit of freedom in the two sonatas...Both are perfectly proportioned accounts, with every rhythm neatly sprung, and inflected with a splendid range of keyboard touch and colour.” The Guardian, 20th January 2011 ****

“There is nothing to fault in the playing, with Bezuidenhout displaying immaculate control of the refinements of tone of a fabulous fortepiano...This is Mozart playing of such intimacy and tenderness, on an instrument able to respond with similar subtlety and nuance” International Record Review, January 2011

“Throughout, Bezuidenhout transcends the apparent limitations of his instrument — a modern copy of a Walter fortepiano — with a remarkable range of colour.” Sunday Times, 30th January 2011 ****

“deeply-felt performances of some of the very greatest among the solo keyboard works...these performances leave a strong impression. Among the highlights is Bezuidenhout's expressive account of the tragic A minor Rondo K511. Elsewhere, Bezuidenhout is unfailingly imaginative with his own ornamentation. The reproduction Anton Walter pianos he uses are warm and sonorous.” BBC Music Magazine, April 2011 ****

“There have been a few recordings on historical instruments made in recent decades, but Bezuidenhout rivals them all for the breadth of understanding he brings to the music, and his astonishing inflections of colour. He is able to make the fortepiano really sing – such an important aspect of Mozart’s music...this is shaping up to be a truly great cycle that does Mozart’s solo piano music the fullest justice.” bbc.co.uk, 12th April 2011

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Harmonia Mundi Bezuidenhout Mozart Series - HMU907498

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Volume 5 of the Glenn Gould Complete Jacket Collection

Volume 5 of the Glenn Gould Complete Jacket Collection

Haydn & Mozart


Haydn:

Piano Sonata No. 3 in F major, Hob.XVI:9

Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Fantasia (Prelude) & Fugue in C major, K394


Glenn Gould (piano)

The Canadian musician Glenn Gould was undoubtedly one of the greatest pianists of all time. To mark the 75th anniversary of his birth, and the 25th anniversary of his death, Sony BMG Masterworks presents this seminal artist’s vinyl recordings as re-mastered CDs, designed to replicate the exact artwork of the original gramophone records in miniaturised form. Already issued as part of an 80-CD box set (88697130942), these albums are now being made available individually, with the first 20 in the series being released in November 2007.

Sony Glenn Gould Complete Jacket Collection - 88697147512

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