Mozart: Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494

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Mozart: Piano Sonatas (arr Grieg for two pianos)

Mozart: Piano Sonatas (arr Grieg for two pianos)


Mozart:

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

arr Grieg for two pianos

Fantasia in C minor, K475

arr Grieg for two pianos

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494

arr Grieg for two pianos


In 1877 Edvard Grieg informed his publisher that he had added “a free, second piano to several of Mozart’s sonatas.” As he later emphasised, his modernization “did not change a single one of Mozart’s notes”, but constituted “a way of showing admiration for an old master.” Grieg also intended the pieces for a duo of student at teacher; here the performers are a pianist of exceptional distinction and her legendary mentor: Elisabeth Leonskaja and Sviatoslav Richter.

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William Youn plays Mozart Sonatas 3

William Youn plays Mozart Sonatas 3


Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 1 in C, K279

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

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494


William Youn (piano)

Late last year, part of Mozart’s manuscript of the Sonata, K. 331 was found in Budapest. The manuscript, with the exception of the last page of the last movement, Rondo alla turca, had so far been considered missing under mysterious circumstances. The new Urtext, according to the pianist’s statement, not only contains alterations in the phrase markings, articulation, rhythm and dynamics, but there are some different notes as well. The opening of the second movement is particularly interesting for William Youn: “With the new phrase indication and new note (A instead of Csharp) in the third bar, I play the entire phrase with a completely different agogic quality, which lends it a different character as well. Bars 24–26 of the same movement have always been played in the minor key up until now – and they are now suddenly in major!”

Oehms William Youn plays Mozart Sonatas - OC1830

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Emil Gilels in Prague

Emil Gilels in Prague

Recorded Prague Spring Festival 24/5/1973 except Ballades: Czech Radio 10/5/78


Brahms:

Ballades (4), Op. 10

Fantasies (7 piano pieces), Op. 116

Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494


Emil Gilels (piano)

Emil Gilels, like Svjatoslav Richter, his fellow citizen from Odessa, liked to visit Prague, the Mozart's beloved city. There, they felt free to leave aside their Slavic repertoire for tributes to the composer of the 'Magic Flute'. Gilels plays here the Schumannesque Ballades, by the young Brahms and the Fantasias Op. 116. Mozart's Piano Sonata K533/494 has not been issued before.

Praga Digitals - PRD250309

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Mozart: Keyboard Music Volume 1

Mozart: Keyboard Music Volume 1

Fantasies and Variations


Mozart:

Fantasia in C minor, K475

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494

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

Piano Sonata No. 17 in B flat major, K570


Fortepiano phenomenon Kristian Bezuidenhout begins his multi-volume traversal of Mozart’s music for solo keyboard.

Volume 1 features an instrument by Derek Adlam modeled on an original by Gabriel Anton Walter of the type Mozart owned in Vienna. Kristian Bezuidenhout studied with Rebecca Penneys, Malcolm Bilson and Paul O’Dette. 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 (2001), a double honour, this being only the third time the former prize has been awarded in the history of the competition. Bezuidenhout is a frequent guest artist with the world’s leading ensembles and he now has a standing duo with the baroque violinist Petra Müllejans, artistic director of the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra; their first CD, a disc of Mozart Violin Sonatas, was released on harmonia mundi USA in the Spring of 2009. Highlights of past seasons have included a complete cycle of the late Mozart Piano Concertos and the Beethoven Piano Concertos (Amsterdam Concertgebouw) with the Orchestra of the 18th Century under Frans Bruggen. Plans for the future include concerts with the Orchestre des Champs Elysées under Philippe Herreweghe; a Mendelssohn project with the Freiburger Baroque Orchestra and Gottfried von der Goltz; a tour with Les Arts Florissants; trio concerts with Viktoria Mullova & Pieter Wispelwey and more recordings for harmonia mundi.

“He plays a copy of a Walter fortepiano, such as Mozart owned...it fits the music like a glove...Bezuidenhout’s decorations sound — as is by no means always the case — supremely natural, and in the brilliant Gluck variations, it’s as if we were eavesdropping on the composer himself improvising.” Sunday Times, 11th April 2010 ****

“Bezuidenhout offers a personal distillation that is impressively absorbing. So indeed are the timbre and sonority of the instrument...But, perhaps unexpectedly, a singing line is to the fore too because Bezuidenhout is consummately artistic...These interpretations - excellent to outstanding - are interpretations of today.” Gramophone Magazine, August 2010

“This survey looks likely to set a new benchmark.” International Record Review, April 2010

“Bezuidenhout has a lively interpretive imagination, razor-sharp technique and fresh ideas about how to use the coloration of the fortepiano...to bring the music to life. If you doubt that the fortepiano can sing, listen to his plaintive readings of the Adagios from the Sonatas in F (K. 533/494) and B flat (K. 570)” New York Times, 26th November 2010

Harmonia Mundi Bezuidenhout Mozart Series - HMU907497

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Alfred Brendel - The Farewell Concerts

Alfred Brendel - The Farewell Concerts


Bach, J S:

Chorale Prelude BWV659 'Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland'

(arr. Busoni)

Beethoven:

Piano Sonata No. 13 in E flat major, Op. 27 No. 1 'Quasi una fantasia'

Bagatelle, Op. 33 No. 4

encore

Haydn:

Andante & Variations in F minor, Hob.XVII:6 (Sonata - un piccolo divertimento)

Mozart:

Piano Concerto No. 9 in E-flat major, K271 "Jeunehomme"

Wiener Philharmoniker, Sir Charles Mackerras

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494

Schubert:

Piano Sonata No. 21 in B flat major, D960

Impromptu in G flat major, D899 No. 3

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"I salute my listeners and offer them a warm and grateful farewell." Alfred Brendel

Alfred Brendel has for many years been among the world's greatest pianists; in concert, recital and on many best-selling recordings. Here, in his last CD release, recorded in the year of his retirement (2008), he gives his final public performances in solo recital and in concert - revealing a master musician in total command of his art

This 2CD digipak souvenir set captures these two memorable occasions, and is presented at the price of 2 for 1.5.

Recorded live in Hanover, Brendel's farewell recital featured composers with whom he is most closely associated throughout his career - with a set of variations by Haydn, and sonatas by Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert.

It is fitting that Alfred Brendel's final public performance should be in Vienna's beautiful Musikverein, with the Wiener Philharmoniker - an orchestra with whom he has enjoyed a long and fruitful collaboration. The concert was conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras, marking the end of an exceptional partnership between pianist and conductor.

The concert featured Alfred Brendel as soloist in Mozart's concerto in E flat major K271, known as the 'Jeunehomme', after the young woman pianist for whom it was composed in 1777.

The booklet includes Brendel's own notes on the recital repertoire, and tributes from Sir Charles Mackerras and Prof. Dr. Clemens Hellberg of the Vienna Philharmonic - as well as a farewell statement from Alfred Brendel himself.

"Exquisite thrills as a titan bids farewell" Daily Telegraph, London

"The end of my concert career in December 2008, after sixty years on stage, was planned well in advance. I enjoyed looking forward to challenges of a different kind, and calmly anticipated my final performances." Alfred Brendel

"After so many years with Alfred at the top of his profession it is hard to imagine musical life without his unique presence." Sir Charles Mackerras

“These CDs from farewell concerts in Vienna and Hanover...show Brendel as one of the supreme pianists of our time. The deliberately un-virtuosic repertory carries an almost unbearable inwardness of feeling: that quintessential Brendel mixture of intellect and emotion.” The Observer, 15th November 2009

“The CD set still presents Brendel the supreme artist. He probes and shapes his core repertory — Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven, Haydn — with enviable elegance and ease, and a heavenly lack of show.” The Times, 13th November 2009 ****

“Here we have Mozart's first great concerto, K271, with Brendel joined by his more recent Mozartian partner, Sir Charles Mackerras. It's a musical marriage made in heaven, especially when you add the VPO to the mix. Every phrase has such detail, such intricate colouring, yet again, it's detailing that comes of long exposure to a work, built of over the years like a patina, rather than something superficially applied on a single level. The performance is unhurried but not in anyway sluggish, and the slow movement is utterly glorious. There is greatness to be found in every bar of these two discs, and that goes not only for the music but the musician too.” Gramophone Magazine, January 2010

“A Brendel speciality, Schubert's mammoth final Sonata is the most substantial work here, with a heart-wrenching slow movement at its core. Propelled with graceful momentum, this valedictory account is more commanding than even his own previous recordings. Clearly Brendel retired while still at the top of his game.” Graham Rogers, bbc.co.uk, 17th November 2009

Decca - 4782116

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Mozart: Piano Sonatas

Mozart: Piano Sonatas


Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 1 in C, K279

Piano Sonata No. 3 in B flat, K281

Piano Sonata No. 4 in E flat major K282

Piano Sonata No. 5 in G, K283

Piano Sonata No. 10 in C major, K330

Piano Sonata No. 14 in C minor, K457

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494

Piano Sonata No. 17 in B flat major, K570


Diana Boyle (piano)

Diana Boyle is an English pianist who has lived and worked in the solitude of a Portuguese hilltop for many years. This secluded and magical location has created in her an inner peace and tranquillity, and the time to think deeply about her music, which shows through to wonderful effect in her interpretations of baroque and classical works. She strokes the keys with intense control, hardly ever using pedal, to create a sound which is warm and rich, never tense or agitated, and her fast passages are light and bright.

This double album (at mid-price) features eight of the Sonatas and in each case offers a wonderful performance which will be essential regular listening for even the most hardened of Mozart fans. We expect the critical response to be as positive (if not even better) than her previous two discs of music by Bach.

Divine Art - DDA21227

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Mozart: Piano Sonatas Nos. 8, 11 & 15

Mozart: Piano Sonatas Nos. 8, 11 & 15


Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 8 in A minor, K310

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

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494


Sony Classical is pleased to be re-releasing this seminal collection of Mozart’s Piano Sonatas, recorded by Murray Perahia in 1991. A x9 trk piece of work @ mid-price on the Sony Classical label. Selected from Mozart’s last two periods of writing piano sonatas, Perahia’s customary purity of tone and Classical poise are completely at one with these works, which includes the famous ‘Rondo alla Turca’ of Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Major.

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Sony - SK48233

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Mozart: Piano Sonatas Volume 4

Mozart: Piano Sonatas Volume 4

Recorded live at Wigmore Hall, London, on 5 January 2013


Mozart:

Piano Sonata No. 7 in C, K309

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

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494

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


Mozart’s Piano Sonatas, important landmarks in any pianists’ repertoire, are seen as both wild improvisatory melodies and challenging exercises for Mozart’s pupils. In this, the conclusion of Christian Blackshaw’s complete Mozart Piano Sonatas, recorded live at Wigmore Hall, we hear four sonatas that extend from the composer’s early years until shortly before his death.

Each sonata is bought to life through Blackshaw’s luminous tone, compelling delicacy and virtuosity, as he explores the works with fresh insight and superlative musicality. Volume Three is Gramophone Editor's Choice in the August issue.

“Donald Tovey described the sonatas as “written with his left hand” while the composer was occupied with greater things. Yet so searching and satisfying is Blackshaw’s playing, so felicitous his touch, we have no sense of inferior works, least of all the two on the second disc, the sparkling K576 and the irresistible K533, with its richly decorated, Bach-inspired slow movement.” Sunday Times, 18th October 2015

“another welcome demonstration of his immaculate tone, delicate way with pacing and exquisite taste in articulation. In four sonatas taken from across the composer’s life, there is never a note of hurry or haste, and nothing that fails to enchant.” New York Times, 11th December 2015

“permit me to join the chorus of acclaim for his elegance of phrasing, limpid tone quality (captured in a demonstration-quality recording), tastefulness of nuance and ornamentation, and imaginative response to harmony and character. Every tiniest detail here is thought through... Yet nothing is fetishised. Perfection – or something very close to it – is in the service of freedom.” Gramophone Magazine, January 2016

“His interpretations are highly cultured and lucid, models of poise and natural spontaneity.” International Piano, January/February 2016

“The final instalment in Christian Blackshaw's Mozart sonata cycle is as musically illuminating as earlier discs in this series. Again, he gets inside the very distinctive qualities of each work, highlighting differences of emphasis that are not always apparent in other performances...Some of the most spellbinding playing is [K533's] slow movement.” BBC Music Magazine, January 2016 *****

GGramophone Magazine

Editor's Choice - January 2016

Wigmore Hall Live Christian Blackshaw Complete Mozart Piano Sonatas - WHLIVE0078/2

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Mozart: Piano Sonatas Nos. 11, 15 & 16

Mozart: Piano Sonatas Nos. 11, 15 & 16


Mozart:

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

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

Fantasia in D minor, K397

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494


Glenn Gould (piano)

Sony Gould Remastered - G010003290847W

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Mozart: Piano Works

Mozart: Piano Works


Mozart:

Variations (12) on ‘Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman' in C major, K265

Rondo in D major, K485

Piano Sonata No. 15 in F major, K533/494

Rondo in A minor, K511

Rondo alla Turca from Piano Sonata No. 11, K331


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