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10 thoughts on “ Andante - Marie Kuijken, Veronica Kuijken, W.A. Mozart* - Sonatas For Four Hands (SACD)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of 6 'Haydn' Quartets on Discogs.5/5(1).
  2. Sonata in F, K. Mozart’s way of exploiting the opportunities inherent in the four-hand repertoire was pioneering and led to impressive results. This sonata reminds one not only of his symphonic music and operas but also his sometimes highly virtuosic pieces and concertos for pianoforte.
  3. Marie & Veronica Kuijken (piano) The four-hand repertoire was certainly not popular during the period that the young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his slightly older sister Nannerl would be placed behind a clavier to entertain audiences with four-hand music. Mozart wrote five duet sonatas and several separate works for pianoforte four-hand.
  4. Mozart: Requiem / Kuijken Kwartet by Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus on SuperAudio CD. Order from your preferred classical music CD store - ArkivMusic. Great prices. Best service. Fast delivery.
  5. Mozart created this genre practically from scratch. Indeed, his treatment of these four instruments as equal partners was unheard of in his day. The silence, both empty silence and full silence, I experience in the slow movement of the second piano quartet, is like a balm, while the intense power of expression of both opening movements leaves.
  6. Renowned early music pioneer Sigiswald Kuijken and his Piano Quartet approach Mozart's Piano Quartets K. and K. on this release for Challenge Records. A significant figure in the creation of this genre, Mozart was prompted to write these quartets by a commission from the publisher Franz Anton Hoffmeister, who subsequently declared that K. was too difficult for the amateur market.
  7. Comments Off on Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Sonatas for four hands – Marie & Veronica Kuijken () [HDTracks FLAC 24bit/96kHz].
  8. A very positive review of Mozarts Sonatas for four hands, performed by Marie and Veronica Kuijken on the early pianoforte, has been published on Musicweb-InternationalSome quotes: "This recording has been made by the sisters Marie and Veronica Kuijken, daughters of .
  9. Mozart conceived the 3 piano concerti KV , , and in , one year after he had settled in Vienna as a more or less free-lance musician. From onset, his idea was to get these works published; he obviously expected a positive response from the public, not only on the financial level but also as a composer and piano virtuoso. In order to enhance the attraction for his publication, he.
  10. WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART Piano Concertos K. , K. & K. In the composer’s chamber music setting Marie Kuijken* & Veronica Kuijken** fortepiano La Petite Bande Sigiswald Kuijken first violin Sara Kuijken second violin Marleen Thiers viola Elise Christiaens double bass.

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