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CD "A l'ombra del piano"

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ANDREW WATKINSON, concertino & conductor

ISABEL FÈLIX, fortepiano

[Columna Música, 2010]

A musical journey to the agitated and disrupted Europe at the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th centuries. It is not in vain that the magic of Menorca has brought the energy and enthusiasm of a group of young established British and Minorcan musicians to record the music of three composers themselves already established as young men: Haydn, Mozart and Schubert. Three works for three interpreters: the OCIM, a fresh and vigorous impulse; the talented young Minorcan pianist Isabel Fèlix, playing on a Walter & Sohn model fortepiano in the manner of those Enlightenment noblewomen who created and performed original cadenzas; the Glasgow-born guest conductor and concertmaster Andrew Watkinson, with his British logic and a historical criteria. In the manner of a cosmopolitan “Schubertiade” we are about to embark on a journey in the shade of a pine tree and a piano.

Joseph HAYDN (1732 – 1809): Concert for pianoforte Hob. XVIII:3 in F Major

I. Allegro (cadenza by Isabel Fèlix)
II. Largo cantabile (cadenza by Isabel Fèlix)
III. Presto

Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART (1756 – 1791): Concert for pianoforte No. 12 KV. 414 in A Major

I. Allegro (fermata by Isabel Fèlix, cadenza by W.A. Mozart)
II. Andante (fermata and cadenza by W.A. Mozart)
III. Rondó: Allegretto (cadenza by W.A. Mozart)

Franz SCHUBERT (1797 – 1828): Adagio e Rondo concertante in F Major for pianoforte, violin, viola, cello (and double bass ad lib.) D. 487

(fermatas by Isabel Fèlix)


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