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Klaviersonate in fis;Piano Rag Music;Tango;
Serenade in A;Etüden op. 7;Circus Polka;
Scherzo;Klaviersonate (1924)

  • Künstler: Victor Sangiorgio, Klavier
  • Label: Naxos, DDD, 1991
  • Bestellnummer: 2461560
  • Erscheinungstermin: 4.1.2008
  1. 1 Piano Rag Music: Piano-Rag-Music Start
  2. 2 Circus Polka Start
  3. 3 Piano Sonata (1924): I. quarter note = 112 Start
  4. 4 Piano Sonata (1924): II. Adagietto Start
  5. 5 Piano Sonata (1924): Iii. Quarter Note = 112 Start
  6. 6 Serenade in A major: I. Hymn Start
  7. 7 Serenade in A major: II. Romanza Start
  8. 8 Serenade In A Major: Iii. Rondoletto Start
  9. 9 Serenade in A major: IV. Cadenza Start
  10. 10 Tango Start
  11. 11 4 Etudes, Op. 7: Etude No. 1 in C minor Start
  12. 12 4 Etudes, Op. 7: Etude No. 2 in D major Start
  13. 13 4 Etudes, Op. 7: Etude No. 3 in E minor Start
  14. 14 4 Etudes, Op. 7: Etude No. 4 in F sharp major Start
  15. 15 Scherzo Start
  16. 16 Piano Sonata in F sharp minor: I. Allegro Start
  17. 17 Piano Sonata in F sharp minor: II. Scherzo Start
  18. 18 Piano Sonata In F Sharp Minor: Iii. Andante Start
  19. 19 Piano Sonata in F sharp minor: IV. Allegro - Andante Start

Produktinfo

Composing at the piano was a life-long preoccupation for Stravinsky, whose music for the instrument spans a forty-year period and reflects his distinct stylistic changes. In his Four Etudes of 1908 the use of complex rhythmical patterns between the hands makes for fiendishly difficult execution. The clarity of each of the 1924 Sonata's three movements recalls the musical language of the eighteenth century. In 1925 Stravinsky embarked on a groundbreaking tour of the United States, where he signed his first recording contract for Brunswick. It was for this company that he wrote the Serenade, designing each movement to fit neatly on one side of a 78rpm gramophone record.

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