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3rd Mvt: Menuet And Trio - Haydn*, John McCabe (2) - The Haydn Piano Sonatas Volume 4 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The highly acclaimed series of Haydns complete piano sonatas with multi-award winning pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet has now reached Volume 6. This set opens with the most imposing of Haydns early sonatas, No. 11, and follows it with two lesserknown ones, both from the late s, that were published without the composers approval: Nos 34 and /5(12).
  2. The list of "contenders" is/was extremely large and inclusive. It includes not only my own present collection, but all the new (audiophile) records I sold as a dealer in the s and s, the huge amount of (mainly used) records I purchased in the last 25 years and the enormous amount of records that have become available for me to audition in the last 20 years, when I began selling used.
  3. On Sunday, July 3rd, Lang Lang performs Rachmaninoff's First Piano Concerto on The Philadelphia Orchestra in Concert on WRTI at 1 pm. Rachmaninoff's First Piano Concerto has never been as celebrated as his Second and Third, but as WRTI's Susan Lewis reports, it has all the things we love about Rachmaninoff.
  4. The first movement of the 29th Sonata is a delight and like much of Haydn has some basis in Austrian folk songs. You hear that in Haydn anyway and this is a good example. Because he uses fewer notes than his wunderkind, Wolfgang Mozart, the tones seem more memorable and truer. I am buying the other two Ax performances of Haydn's sonatas/5(10).
  5. Volume 2 in a 5 volume series of the complete Haydn piano sonatas played by John McCabe. BOOKLET: 4 pages - Contains an introduction, a biographical note on John McCabe and detailed composition analysis.
  6. Since the very first group of piano sonatas one can start to enjoy the pleasure of listening piano music of such perfection. The middle and latest group of piano sonatas are full of musical richness and creativity from Haydn and all came to live thanks to the dexterity of Jandó/5(25).
  7. John McCabe's cycle is an excellent one, Brendel's separate recordings are of course superb, but the truth is that you will not easily find a correspondence to let us say Clara Haskil in Mozart, Backhaus and Schnabel in Beethoven, and Rubinstein in Chopin/5(32).
  8. Between -- , Haydn published three sets of six piano sonatas. The first set of six, dedicated to Prince Esterhazy, was the first authorized publication of any of Haydn's works. It is available as volume 4 in the individual CD's of Jeno Jando's outstanding Haydn cycle, or as part of 5/5(4).

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