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Second Movement: Allegretto - Horowitz*

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  1. Vladimir Horowitz A1: Sonata In C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27, No. 2 ("Moonlight") - First Movement: Adagio Sostenuto (Concluded) A2: Sonata In C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27, No. 2 ("Moonlight") - Second Movement: Allegretto B1: Sonata In C-Sharp Minor, Op. 27, No. 2 ("Moonlight") - Third Movement: Presto Agitato (Part 1) RCA Victor Red Seal USA:
  2. Jun 28,  · Vladimir Horowitz, piano: DG Buy am: The Eccentricities of Love: Overture: Domenico Cimarosa: Patrick Gallois / Sinfonia Finlandia Jyvaskyla: Naxos Buy am: Clarinet Quartet #1 in Eb Op 2: Bernhard Crusell: Thea King, clarinet Allegri String Quartet: Hyperion Buy am: American Symphony: Rondo.
  3. The bird-call intimations in the second movement are deliciously shaped, but the fourth-movement storm doesn’t break out into a Klempererian or Kleiberian torrent. The Allegretto’s woodwind gurgles are recessed to polite effect, when they ought to be in your face. Vladimir Horowitz recorded Chopin’s music prolifically if.
  4. The first movement, Allegro, is a shining example of Labor’s outstanding compositional ability and technique. It is full of lovely, flowing melodies. A warm-blooded Adagio ma non troppo serves as the second movement. A beautiful, sentimental intermezzo, Quasi allegretto, follows and has within it a.
  5. Apr 25,  · He enjoyed saving the most important movement for last, and did so in other sonatas (op. 27 no. 1, and op. ). 1 st movement: Adagio sostenuto. The first movement of Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven is the one that most people are familiar with – you’ll .
  6. A Chronological Index of Released & Unreleased Recordings: Prepared and Compiled by Christian Johansson and Bernie Horowitz. T he Recording Index on this website is an attempt to catalogue all surviving recordings of Horowitz. The index consists of two separate sections - one by composer -- the Alphabetical Section-- and another which lists the recordings in chronological order.
  7. The Symphony for Strings Op. a takes the Tenth Quartet as its basis. A very powerful piece, perhaps the greatest of the composer’s late quartets, the second movement Allegretto furioso recalls the second movement of the Tenth Symphony, the Toccata of the Eighth, and the wild second movement of the Eighth Quartet.
  8. The second book begins with a “Hymne,” which does exactly what it says on the tin. The second movement, Allegretto, is as Peter McCallum, the booklet annotator tells us, “an essay in obstinacy: ” one note (the submediant) remains in the alto voice throughout, regardless of what goes on around it.
  9. The rhythmic vitality of Horowitz’s performance, and his capturing of Beethoven’s pianistic humor, are a delight. The slow movement, Largo e Mesto, is taken at a tempo referred to as “heroically slow” in , but the movement sounds normal to 21 st Century ears, another example of how tempos have generally slowed down in recent decades.

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