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AV 0025

Mozart: Piano Sonatas

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Andreas Haefliger

piano

Venue:

Reitstadel-Neumarkt/Oberpfalz, Germany



Producer:

Andreas Neubronner



Engineer:

Andreas Neubronner



Record Label
Avie Records

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 68:27
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Sonata in F major, KV 533/494

24:02  
  in F-Dur - en fa majeur  
1 I Allegro 7:21
2 II Andante 10:02
3 III Rondo. Allegretto 6:39
   
 

Sonata in C major, KV 545

12:31  
  in C-Dur - en ut majeur  
4 I Allegro 4:31
5 II Andante 6:22
6 III Rondo. Allegretto 1:38
   
 

Sonata in B flat major, KV 570

17:19  
  in B-Dur - en si bémol majeur  
7 I Allegro 5:54
8 II Adagio 7:48
9 III Allegretto 3:37
   
 

Sonata in D major, KV 576

14:35  
  in D-Dur - en ré majeur  
10 I Allegro 5:04
11 II Adagio 5:24
12 III Allegretto 4:07


This recording of Mozart’s Piano Sonatas was the esteemed pianist Andreas Haefliger’s first for Avie. Hailing from one of Europe’s musically elite families, Haefliger’s music background has firmly steeped him in the Austro-Germanic tradition. His intellectual interpretations of the music of Mozart, Beethoven and Schumann have been noted for his acute sensitivity and breathtaking technical precision.
 

"...The recording is ideal – intimate, yet not so close as to emphasise mechanical sound in the instrument. Haefliger is sometimes quite noisy, with little intakes of breath, occasional grunts etc. But that doesn’t bother me at all, and hopefully it won’t you either. It’s nice to be reminded that there’s a real live musician inside the box!"

Gwyn Parry-Jones

MusicWeb International



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