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  1. Find release reviews and credits for Haydn: Complete Piano Sonatas - Various Artists on AllMusic - Haydn: Complete Piano Sonatas (CD - Brilliant Classics #) Allegro - Adagio. Franz Joseph Haydn. Amazon: Tempo di Menuet. Franz Joseph Haydn.
  2. HAYDN: Piano Sonatas 37,40,52 Brendel PHILIPS Full Silver WEST GERMANY ED1 CD Haydn: Sonatas Nos. - $ Haydn: Sonatas Nos. 33, 38, 58, 60 - Audio CD By Emanuel Ax - VERY GOOD.
  3. Haydn: Piano Sonatas, Volume 2 CHAN About Chandos. About Us; Chandos Records is one of the world's premier classical music record companies, best known for its ground breaking search for neglected musical gems.
  4. A few years back I picked up the excellent two-cd set by Andras Schiff and with this felt that my Haydn piano collection was complete. Then I bought a Brendel disc of three Haydn sonatas along with the Fantasia in F and Adagio in C that received the prestgious Rosette designation from the Penguin Guide/5(42).
  5. Haydn: Piano Sonatas Complete Vinograde's numerous distinctions began with first prize in the J.S. Bach Int'l Competition, followed by his New York debut at Carnegie Recital Hall and an N.E.A.-sponsored Alice Tully Hall recital.
  6. Jun 22,  · I have CD's of Haydn piano sonatas by 10 different pianists. Among those are multiple CD sets by Brendel, Gould and Ax. None are complete sets, but all told I have at least one recordings of 28 Haydn piano sonatas plus his Fantasia in C Major, Andante con variazioni in F Minor, Adagio in F.
  7. Haydn: Piano Sonatas, Vol. 7 Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano) Possessiveness is a Romantic trait, and so is worrying about authorship, and Haydn is paradigmatically Classical, as Bavouzet shows in these immaculate accounts Bavouzet’s Yamaha enables him.
  8. Sonata no from Volume 1 has been selected by Diapason to appear on its next CD, Les indispensables de Diapason, featuring six Haydn sonatas played on different keyboards. In his authoritative booklet notes, Bryce Morrison makes a persuasive argument for the Piano Sonatas in “celebrating Haydn’s endless innovation, richness and variety and, most importantly, his humanity”.

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