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Organ Recital: Molardi, Stefano - MARTINI, G.B. / MOZART, W.A. / MODONESI, G.F. / MATTEI, S. (Mozart a Bologna)

Organ Recital: Molardi, Stefano - MARTINI, G.B. / MOZART, W.A. / MODONESI, G.F. / MATTEI, S. (Mozart a Bologna)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Stefano Molardi

Soloist

Venue:

Guastalla, Gualtieri, Brescello, Italy



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Instrumental


Classical

Total Time - 72:37
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Organ Recital: Molardi, Stefano - MARTINI, G.B. / MOZART, W.A. / MODONESI, G.F. / MATTEI, S. (Mozart a Bologna)

     
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GIOVANNI BATTISTA MARTINI

 

Keyboard Sonata, Op. 2, No. 9

 
1 I. — 2:44
     
2 II. — 3:14
     
3 III. — 6:33
     
4 IV. — 5:48
     
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

 

Piano Sonata No. 4 in E flat major, K. 282 (organ)

 
5 I. — 7:39
     
6 II. — 1:34
     
7 III. — 2:22
     
8 IV. — 0:50
     
9 V. — 4:09
     
 

GIOVANNI FRANCESCO MODONESI

 

Sonata per l'Offertorio

 
10 I. — 0:22
     
11 II. — 1:35
     
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA PREDIERI

12 

Organ Sonata

7:03
     
 

GIOVANNI BATTISTA MARTINI

 

Sonata da organo

 
13 I. — 0:45
     
14 II. — 3:30
     
 

Keyboard Sonata, Op. 3, No. 6

 
15 I. — 4:04
     
16 II. — 1:57
     
 

STANISLAO MATTEI

17 

Largo

5:41
     
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

 

Fantasie in C minor, K. 475

 
18 I. Adagio 5:01
     
19 II. Allegro 1:39
     
20 III. Andantino 2:30
     
21 IV. Piu allegro 1:45
     
22 V. Tempo primo 1:52
     
 Stefano Molardi Soloist


Mozart a Bologna
The city of Bologna has always occupied an outstanding position in artistic, university and musical matters. This was demonstrated over the course of centuries by a large number of artists, not only of local origin, but also by those passing through, often united in numerous prestigious institutions.
 
From Stefano Molardi’s point of view, the territory of Bologna, and that of Reggio Emilia in general, has made an important contribution not only to the art of organ-building, but also from a musical point of view, presenting a repertoire that is rich in color, novelty, and the openess towards external influences. To illustrate his point of view, Maestro Molardi has chosen several specific works, which are played on three different organs in order to introduce the audience as well to the art of organ-building as well as to the repertoire.
 
Stefano Molardi plays on the following organs :
 
Organo Serassi 1794, Duomo di Guastalla (Reggio Emilia) Organo Traeri-Cipri-Montesanti, Chiesa di Gualtieri (Reggio Emilia) Organo Benedetti 1767, Chiesa di Brescello (Reggio Emilia)
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