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GEN 20686 10.1.2020
Edition: Artist Consort
18.90 €

Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)  
Sonata in D major Hob. XVI:24
Allegro
Adagio
Finale, Presto
Joseph Haydn  
Sonata in A-flat major Hob. XVI:46
Allegro moderato
Adagio
Finale, Presto
Joseph Haydn  
Sonata in C major Hob. XVI:50
Allegro
Adagio
Allegro molto
Joseph Haydn  
Sonata in E-flat major Hob. XVI:52
Allegro
Adagio
Finale, Presto
   

Joseph Haydn


Four Sonatas


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Like Friedrich Gulda and Martha Argerich, the Swiss pianist Brigitte Meyer comes from the Viennese talent factory of the great teacher Bruno Seidlhofer. Her long international career has taken her to the world's foremost stages and together with outstanding musicians. Now she is releasing a CD with works by Joseph Haydn with GENUIN in the Artist Consort series. In a period of more than thirty years, Haydn wrote over sixty piano sonatas: from the beginning of his service at the court of Esterházy to the years of his fame in Europe. Brigitte Meyer plays four of these esprit-packed works with great delicacy and elastic drive.


Fono Forum
"... ein Haydn von geerdeter Klassizität ... sehr abgeklärte Interpretationskunst ..."
Review by Matthias Kornemann from August 2020

Piano News
"Ausgefeilt und sehr delikat spielt Brigitte Meyer auf dem Fazioli-Flügel und rundet damit dieses voller Verve und Esprit steckende Album ab."
Review in Piano News magazine by Anja Renczikowski, May/June 2020

Ouverture – das Klassik-Blog
"Brigitte Meyer findet für jedes der vier so verschiedenen Werke einen eigenen Ausdruck. Auf dem modernen Fazioli-Flügel musiziert sie fein nuanciert, sehr elegant, dabei kraftvoll und mit Esprit. Hinreißend musiziert, ich habe jeden Ton genossen. Das ist ein sehr interessanter Beitrag zum Beethoven-Jubiläumsjahr."
Read the full review from September 6, 2020 on the blog Ouverture