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In this first album of a series devoted to the complete piano sonatas of Franz Schubert, Giuseppe Bruno interprets the Sonatas in A Major, D664 and in C Major, D840. The Sonata in A Major is possibly the composer’s first breakthrough in the genre.
Giuseppe Bruno continues his exploration of Schubert’s sonatas for piano in this second album for the OnClassical label. Recorded by engineer Alessandro Simonetto at the Saletta Acustica 'Eric James', it was captured by four Brüel & Kjaer microphones.
Italian pianist Giuseppe Bruno continues his exploration of Schubert’s complete piano works in this recording, captured at the Saletta Acustica 'Eric James', Italy, by four Brüel & Kjaer microphones under the assistance of engineer Alessandro Simonetto.
With this fifth album, Giuseppe Bruno continues his exploration of Schubert’s sonatas for piano for the OnClassical label. Recorded by engineer Alessandro Simonetto at the Saletta Acustica 'Eric James', The recording was captured by four Bruel & Kjaer microphones.
Since Mozart's times, Piano Concertos have often been played in chamber versions. Mozart himself composed four Concerti to be eventually played with string quartet only. Today, playing Chopin's Concertos with string quintet (including double bass) is highly fashionable, and the two-piano version sometimes escape the prison of "educational arrangements" to land into concert halls.
This CD celebrates the great Italian opera composer, 200+ years after his birth. Piano duo Bruno-Valcepina proposes a program including arias, choruses, and symphonies from Verdi s most famous operas, transcribed for piano four hands, rich in virtuoso passages and beautiful melodic ideas: the best way of celebrating Verdi s birthday. The disc ends with a modern celebration of the great composer by Italian contemporary composer Carlotta Ferrari: a suite especially written for this occasion, inspired by Verdi s immortal melodies.