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Frankl, Peter

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Budapest, 1935. Hungarian pianist, Frankl made his debut in London in 1962 and in New York in 1967 with the Cleveland Orchestra under Szell. Since then, he has performed with the best orchestras worldwide, including the Berlin Philharmonic, the Concertgebouw, the Israel Philharmonic, the Paris Orchestra and all the great British and American orchestras. Among his recordings are the complete piano works of Schumann and Debussy, solo works by Bartók and Chopin, a Hungarian anthology, concertos and pieces for four hands by Mozart, the Brahms, Schumann, Dvorák and Martinu quintets, and the Brahms trios and violin sonatas. In recognition of his artistic achievement, Peter Frankl has been awarded the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary. He is a visiting professor at the University of Yale.

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MOZART, Wolfgang Amadeus

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Salzburg, 1756 - Vienna, 1791. Austrian composer from the Classical period. Regarded as one of the most prominent in the history of Western music. Born in Salzburg on 27 January 1756, baptized as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Studied with his father Leopold Mozart, a renowned composer and violinist who had a post at the court orchestra of the Archbishop of Salzburg. At the age of six Mozart was already a master keyboard player, an accomplished violinist, and showed extraordinary improvisation and sight-reading abilities.The five small pieces he composed at that age are still performed today. In 1762 Leopold took his son on performance tours to several courts in Europe. During that time he composed sonatas, for both hapsichord and violin (1763), a symphony (1764), an oratorio (1766) and the comic opera 'La finta semplice' (1768). In 1769 was appointed Konzertmeister at the Archbishopric of Salzburg, and at the Scala di Milano, Pope Clemens XIV created Mozart a Knight of the Golden Spur. That same year he composed 'Bastien und Bastienne', his first singspiel (an opera, usually comic and in German with spoken dialogue). The following year he was commissioned to compose his first opera, 'Mitridate, re di Ponto', which he wrote in Milan. That piece contributed to consolidate his reputation as an extraordinary musician. Mozart returned to Salzburg in 1771. His post in the city was not remunerated, but it allowed him to compose a great number of important works, that is, undermining his finances. In 1777 he was given permission to engage in a concerts tour, and he set out to Munich with his mother. At twenty-one, Mozart travelled the courts of Europe with the purpose to find a well-paid and satisfactory employment, but he didn't succeed. He went to Mannheim, the musical capital of Europe at the time, with the aim of finding a position in the orchestra, and there fell in love with Aloysia Weber. Leopold sent his wife and son to Paris. His mother's death in the French capital in 1778, together with Weber's rejection and the disdain from the aristocrats he worked for, made that two year period between his arrival in Paris and his return to Salzburg in 1779, one of the gloomiest in Mozart's life. Back in his hometown, Mozart composed two Masses and a great number of sonatas, symphonies and concertos. These works reveal, for the first time, a distinctive personal style and an exceptional musical maturity. The considerable success of his Italian opera 'Idomeneo, re di Creta', commissioned and composed in 1781, led to an invitation to visit the Archbishop of Salzburg in his palace in Vienna, but once there, Mozart felt offended at being treated like a servant and left. He then started teaching at a house that some friends rented for him. There he composed the singspiel 'Die Entführung aus dem Serail', commissioned in 1782 by Emperor Joseph II. The same year he married Constanze Weber, Alysia's younger sister; together they suffered chronic financial troubles until Mozart's death. The operas 'Le nozze di Figaro' (1786) and 'Don Giovanni' (1787), on librettos by Lorenzo Da Ponte, were not well received in Vienna in spite of having been a success in Prague. From 1787 until the creation of 'Così fan tutte' (1790, also on libretto by Da Ponte), Mozart didn't have any new commissions for operas. He composed 'La clemenza di Tito' for the coronation of emperor Leopold II in 1791, on a libretto by Metastasio. The great symphonies from 1788 No. 39 in E flat

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  • MOZART | Frankl < Piano

    Sonata para teclado en do mayor K 330

    I. Allegro moderato

    CLASS 2862: [O.V.: English] [Tras: Spanish ]

    Content

    Parte - 12' 31''
    Dinámica - 1' 17''
    Formas de ataque - 1' 25''
  • MOZART | Frankl < Piano

    Sonata para teclado en do mayor K 330

    III. Allegretto

    CLASS 2862: [O.V.: English] [Tras: Spanish ]

    Content

    Parte - 17' 07''
    Agógica, Ritmo - 1' 31''
    Dinámica, Libertad o rigor en la lectura - 1' 10''
    Dinámica, Pedal - 1' 42''

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