As the climax of his hugely successful 2018/19 season, in which he celebrated both his sixtieth birthday and the fortieth anniversary of the launch of his sensational career, legendary Croatian pianist Ivo Pogorelich releases an eagerly-anticipated new recording on Sony Classical. This will be his first new album since 1998. The repertoire comprises two sonatas by Beethoven - No. 22, Op. 54, and No. 24, Op. 78 - and a work written just over a hundred years later, Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Sonata Op. 36. Pogorelich has chosen these works to explore the profound influence of Beethoven's revolutionary compositional techniques (which one writer calls 'specifically pianistic forms of musical thought') on a later generation of composers. His uniquely powerful interpretation casts a new light on the understanding of these fascinating, though undeservedly lesser-known, masterpieces. Pogorelich's career continues with unabated energy and dynamism across all corners of the globe. After a performance at Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie as part of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival this summer, his further recitals and concerts during the 2019/20 season will take him to the principal music centres around Europe and the Far East, including the Berlin Philharmonie, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, the Centre For The Performing Arts in Beijing, the Santa Cecilia Hall in Rome, the Salle Gaveau in Paris, and more. He continues, as ever, to strive for greater self-development and pianistic perfection.
As the climax of his hugely successful 2018/19 season, in which he celebrated both his sixtieth birthday and the fortieth anniversary of the launch of his sensational career, legendary Croatian pianist Ivo Pogorelich releases an eagerly-anticipated new recording on Sony Classical. This will be his first new album since 1998. The repertoire comprises two sonatas by Beethoven - No. 22, Op. 54, and No. 24, Op. 78 - and a work written just over a hundred years later, Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Sonata Op. 36. Pogorelich has chosen these works to explore the profound influence of Beethoven's revolutionary compositional techniques (which one writer calls 'specifically pianistic forms of musical thought') on a later generation of composers. His uniquely powerful interpretation casts a new light on the understanding of these fascinating, though undeservedly lesser-known, masterpieces. Pogorelich's career continues with unabated energy and dynamism across all corners of the globe. After a performance at Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie as part of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival this summer, his further recitals and concerts during the 2019/20 season will take him to the principal music centres around Europe and the Far East, including the Berlin Philharmonie, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, the Centre For The Performing Arts in Beijing, the Santa Cecilia Hall in Rome, the Salle Gaveau in Paris, and more. He continues, as ever, to strive for greater self-development and pianistic perfection.
190759566022
Piano Sonatas
Artist: Beethoven / Pogorelich
Format: CD
New: Available 11.98
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DISC: 1

1. Piano Sonata No. 22 in F major op. 54 Ludwig van Beethoven
2. F-Dur · en fa majeur
3. Track 3
4. I In tempo d'un Menuetto
5. Track 5
6. II Allegretto
7. Piano Sonata No. 24 in F-sharp major op. 78
8. Fis-Dur · en fa dièse majeur
9. Track 9
10. I Adagio cantabile - Allegro ma non troppo
11. Track 11
12. II Allegro vivace
13. Piano Sonata No. 2 in B-flat minor op. 36 Sergei Rachmaninoff 1
14. b-Moll · en si bémol mineur 1
15. Track 15
16. I Allegro agitato 1
17. Track 17
18. II Non allegro - Lento - attacca 1
19. Track 19
20. III L'istesso tempo - Allegro molto

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As the climax of his hugely successful 2018/19 season, in which he celebrated both his sixtieth birthday and the fortieth anniversary of the launch of his sensational career, legendary Croatian pianist Ivo Pogorelich releases an eagerly-anticipated new recording on Sony Classical. This will be his first new album since 1998. The repertoire comprises two sonatas by Beethoven - No. 22, Op. 54, and No. 24, Op. 78 - and a work written just over a hundred years later, Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Sonata Op. 36. Pogorelich has chosen these works to explore the profound influence of Beethoven's revolutionary compositional techniques (which one writer calls 'specifically pianistic forms of musical thought') on a later generation of composers. His uniquely powerful interpretation casts a new light on the understanding of these fascinating, though undeservedly lesser-known, masterpieces. Pogorelich's career continues with unabated energy and dynamism across all corners of the globe. After a performance at Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie as part of the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival this summer, his further recitals and concerts during the 2019/20 season will take him to the principal music centres around Europe and the Far East, including the Berlin Philharmonie, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, the Centre For The Performing Arts in Beijing, the Santa Cecilia Hall in Rome, the Salle Gaveau in Paris, and more. He continues, as ever, to strive for greater self-development and pianistic perfection.

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