Stefano Miceli gives us a luxurious 5-star Album
SONATAS AND VARIATIONS
haydn, Mozart, cherubini, cimarosa
Stefano Miceli, Piano
FORMAT: AUDIO CD
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1. Franz Joseph Haydn Sonata no 59 in E flat major, Hob. XVI:49
2. Luigi Cherubini Sonata n. 3 in B flat major
3. Domenico Cimarosa Sonata n. 1 in A major
4. Domenico Cimarosa Sonata n. 2 in D minor
5. Domenico Cimarosa. Sonata n. 3 in C major
6. Domenico Cimarosa. Sonata n. 4 in A major
7. Domenico Cimarosa Sonata n. 5 in F major
8. Domenico Cimarosa Sonata n. 6 in A minor
9. Domenico Cimarosa Sonata n. 7 in A minor
10. Domenico Cimarosa Sonata n. 8 in A minor
11. Franz Joseph Haydn Sonata N. 30 in D major Hob. XVI: 19
12. Wonfgang Amadeus Mozart Ten Variations in G major, K. 455
on "Unser dummer Pöbel meint” by C.W. Gluck
Total Time: 72:02
During the era of Court Music in Europe in the 1700's that was marked by the great works of Luigi Cherubini, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart e Franz Joseph Haydn, Domenico Cimarosa was considered the greatest exponent of the Neapolitan School, a distinction that won him a place among these great names.
These brilliant musicians are looked upon the most refined of their time.
Their Sonatas and Variations present the bygone elegance of the grand European Courts of the day, but they do yet give motive to experience and learn their particular sound and quality today.
Stefano Miceli has performed wide acclaim throughout Europe, America, Australia and Asia, and is equally active as pianist and conductor.
He has earned the applause of audiences at Berliner Philharmonie, Carnegie Hall, Sydney Opera House, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Beijing's Forbidden City Concert Hall, La Fenice Venice theatre and elsewhere.
He lives in New York and he made his New York City soloist and conductor debut at Carnegie Hall in 2010 with the Leipzig Philharmonic Orchestra.
Stefano Miceli became a Steinway Artist in 2011 .
Produced and Distributed By Appia Records
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Recording studio: Patrych Sound Studios, New York Engineering and mastering: Joseph Patrych
Photo credit: Foto Quaranta by Sonia Quaranta
Piano: Steinway & Sons Model D
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