Mozart: Piano Sonatas Nos. 13-18 Roberto Prosseda
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- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791): Piano Sonata No.13 In B Flat, K.333:
- 1Piano Sonata No.13 In B Flat, K.333: 1. Allegro07:02
- 2Piano Sonata No.13 In B Flat, K.333: 2. Andante cantabile11:17
- 3Piano Sonata No.13 In B Flat, K.333: 3. Allegretto grazioso06:14
- 4Fantasia in C Minor, K. 47511:11
- Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Minor, K. 457:
- 5Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Minor, K. 457: 1. Molto allegro07:50
- 6Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Minor, K. 457: 2. Adagio07:06
- 7Piano Sonata No. 14 in C Minor, K. 457: 3. Allegro assai04:46
- Piano Sonata No. 15 in F Major, K. 533/494:
- 8Piano Sonata No. 15 in F Major, K. 533/494: 1. Allegro, K.53307:37
- 9Piano Sonata No. 15 in F Major, K. 533/494: 2. Andante, K.53309:11
- 10Piano Sonata No. 15 in F Major, K. 533/494: 3. Rondo (Allegretto), K.49406:24
- Piano Sonata No. 16 in C Major, K. 545 "Sonata facile":
- 11Piano Sonata No. 16 in C Major, K. 545 "Sonata facile": 1. Allegro04:15
- 12Piano Sonata No. 16 in C Major, K. 545 "Sonata facile": 2. Andante05:47
- 13Piano Sonata No. 16 in C Major, K. 545 "Sonata facile": 3. Rondo (Allegro)02:05
- Piano Sonata No.17 in B Flat Major, K.570:
- 14Piano Sonata No.17 in B Flat Major, K.570: 1. Allegro05:58
- 15Piano Sonata No.17 in B Flat Major, K.570: 2. Adagio08:41
- 16Piano Sonata No.17 in B Flat Major, K.570: 3. Allegretto03:51
- Piano Sonata No. 18 in D Major, K. 576:
- 17Piano Sonata No. 18 in D Major, K. 576: 1. Allegro05:06
- 18Piano Sonata No. 18 in D Major, K. 576: 2. Adagio04:40
- 19Piano Sonata No. 18 in D Major, K. 576: 3. Allegretto04:18
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
- 20Allegro in G minor, K.31204:53
Info for Mozart: Piano Sonatas Nos. 13-18
Roberto Prosseda closes the Mozart sonatas series with not equal tuning. Is there really any need for yet another recording of Mozart’s sonatas? Is it still possible to say something new when playing these compositions while maintaining respect for the score and for the composer’s indications? If Mozart were alive today, would he prefer to perform his sonatas on a fortepiano of the time or on a modern piano?
These are questions to which it is not possible to give an unequivocal answer, but on which I have reflected a great deal, also profiting from the availability of the sources and of many recent philological studies. In the letter to his father cited earlier, written on 17 October 1777, Mozart declared his enthusiasm for a new Stein piano that he had tried out, which was provided with a rudimentary system for working the dampers (corresponding to the right pedal on modern instruments).
Roberto Prosseda, Klavier
born in Latina, Italy, in 1975 is a leader DECCA artist.
His Decca albums dedicated to Felix Mendelssohn, including the Piano Concerto No. 3 with the Gewandhaus Orchestra and Riccardo Chailly, have won much acclaim in the press, including the CHOC from Le Monde de la Musique Classique, the Diapason d'Or and Chamber Music CD of the Month in the UK's Classic FM magazine. In 2010, Deutsche Grammophon selected twelve recordings by Prosseda to add to the box set, "Classic Gold". In 2014 Prosseda completed his 10-year project of recording all of Mendelssohn's piano works for Decca in 9 CDs.
Roberto Prosseda has performed regularly with some of the world's most important orchestras, such as the London Philharmonic Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic, Moscow State Philharmonic, Accademia Santa Cecilia, Filarmonica della Scala, Bruxelles Philharmonic, Residentie Orkest, Netherlands Symphony, Berliner Symphoniker, Staatskapelle Weimar, Calgary Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Leipzig Gewandhaus. He performed under the baton of David Afkham, Marc Albrecht, Christian Arming, Harry Bickett, Oleg Caetani, Riccardo Chailly, Pietari Inkinen, Yannik Nezeit-Seguin, George Pehlivanian, Dennis Russel-Davies, Tugan Sokhiev, Jan Willem de Vriend, Jurai Valcuha.
Other than Mendelssohn, whose piano music he is considered to be a leading interpreter of today, Prosseda's interpretations of Mozart, Schubert, Schumann and Chopin have been particularly praised, and these composers have in fact featured in Prosseda's recent Decca recordings. In 2015, Prosseda started the complete recording of Mozart's Piano Sonatas with a modern piano tuned with unequal temperament. An active proponent of Italian music, Prosseda also recorded the complete piano works of Petrassi and Dallapiccola.
In September 2011 Prosseda gave his debut on the pedal piano, performing the Concerto for Pedal Piano by Gounod in the world premiere version for modern instrument. Concerts are planned in the coming seasons on this instrument, rediscovering the original compositions by Robert Schumann, Franz Liszt and Charles Valentin Alkan.
Several composers, including Ennio Morricone, have already written new pieces for pedal piano for Roberto Prosseda, and a recording of Gounod's four pieces for pedal piano and orchestra with the Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana conducted by Howard Shelley, was released on the Hyperion label in fall 2013. Roberto Prosseda is also very active in musical divulgation. He wrote the book "Il Pianoforte" for Curci Editori (2013) and made three documentaries dedicated to Mendelssohn, Chopin and Liszt (Euroarts).
He is currently artistic advisor at Cremona Musica International Exhibitions and president of the Associazione Mendelssohn.
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