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Wydawnictwo: Accent
Nr katalogowy: ACC 24334
Nośnik: 5 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2017
EAN: 4015023243347
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Epoka muzyczna: klasycyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, pianoforte
Rodzaj: sonata

Mozart: Violin Sonatas

Accent - ACC 24334
Sigiswald Kuijken, violin
Luc Devos, fortepiano
CD 1:
Sonata in G major KV 301
Sonata in E flat major KV 302
Sonata in C major KV 303

CD 2:
Sonata in E minor KV 304
Sonata in A major KV 305
Sonata in D major KV 306 (300l)

CD 3:
Sonata in C major KV 296
Sonata in F major KV 376 (374d)
Sonata in F major KV 377

CD 4:
Sonata in B flat major KV 378 (317d)
Sonata in G major KV 379 (373a)
Sonata in E flat major KV 380 (374f)

CD 5:
Sonata in B flat major KV 454
Sonata in E flat major KV 481
Sonata in A major KV 526
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart developed the violin sonatas as a genre in three phases: the six so-called Palatine Sonatas (Kurfürstinnen-Sonaten) originated in Mannheim and Paris in 1778 and were dedicated to the Electress Palatine Maria Elisabeth. They were then still called Sonatas for Harpsichord or Fortepiano Accompanied by the Violin and ostensibly featured the piano. These sonatas were apparently met with some interest, for Mozart published six further pieces under the name Auernhammer Sonatas. The sonatas were dedicated to their namesake and already stood in stark contrast to their predecessors.

Although Mozart still viewed them as “piano sonatas”, these pieces can readily be considered as violin sonatas in modern terms. In the three following Späte Wiener Sonaten, Mozart employs both instruments in absolute equality, thus bringing the genre to its consummate apogee. Sigiswald Kuijken and his piano “accompanist” Luc Devos have recorded these works on historical instruments from 1991 to 2006. For the very first time, they are published as a complete collection on 5 CDs.

Recordings: Vereenigde Doopsgezinde Kerk, Haarlem (The Netherlands), September 1991, November 1992, November 1995, November 2005. Violin: Giovanni Grancino, Milano ca. 1700. Piano: Claude Kelecom, Brussels 1978 after J.A. Stein, Augsburg 1788.

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