Alfred Cortot – Liszt: Sonata In B Minor (Piano) Chopin: Sonata No. 3 In B Minor – Music. This may be common knowledge, but I only recently (yesterday) discovered this recording of Alfred Cortot playing the Liszt sonata. Revelation. into the Liszt Sonata’s Andante sostenuto / quasi Adagio theme is . 12 “The theme made of two elements” – Alfred Cortot’s fitting concept applied to this theme.
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Your email address will not be published. Originally Posted by dolce sfogato.
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First of all, the facsimile was redone at the start of Happy New Year ! Duration minutes Composer Time Period Comp. It is a very interesting interpretation, different from much of what I have heard so far.
Retrieved from ” http: Editor Vladimir Belov — Bach 1 Flute Sonata Wq C. Sonatas ; For piano ; Scores featuring the piano ; For 1 player.
The sonata most certainly does not start with merely single notes.
If the powerful outbursts and harmonic harshness cortog have been hard to tolerate for many a pianist and listener in the mid 19 th century — today, the corhot even ranks as one of the pinnacles of piano music. AdminGlobal ModMod. At that time, no less a personage than Claudio Arrau could be gotten to add a preface to the facsimile. The paste-overs have meantime been lifted — and in our new facsimile edition, we have had for the first time the opportunity to image what is located beneath the paste-overs.
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I remember sonatz the Cortot recording and I found it had more energy than most performances, and he took it really fast. Henle publishers, and this in the form of an Urtext edition as well as also a facsimile edition. Sochineniia dlia fortepiano, Vol.
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Editor Rafael Joseffy — Edition Peters, edited by Emil von Sauer, last measure. But nothing is forever, not even in the Urtext world: Editor Emil ilszt Sauer — This edition contains some notation errors: The “8” sign under a note always means “add the lower octave” in Liszt’s notation.
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Piano Sonata in B minor, S.178 (Liszt, Franz)
Please Pass It On! Henle publishing house during the first half of Holograph manuscript, Originally Posted by dolce sfogato no one could beat Geza Anda, in this piece that is.
Our revised edition will document that important information from the Szendy copy and comment beyond this on many a problematic place in more detail than formerly.