15 July 2016

Review – Revista Concerto (SONATA BRASILEIRA) Antonio Vaz Lemes

“In the App the tracks were accompanied with visual narratives, but here the listener has to content himself with the images created by the pianist’s interpretation – and they are more then enough, revealing not only a solid technique, but an enormous musical imagination. (…) Regarding concept and achievement, a featured recording”
01 – Beethoven – 8 Variations in C major on a theme by Count Waldstein Wo0 67 // Boundless
  1. 01 – Beethoven – 8 Variations in C major on a theme by Count Waldstein Wo0 67 // Boundless
  2. 02 – Beethoven – Sonata for Piano Four Hands in D major Op 6 – I. Allegro molto // Boundless
  3. 03 – Beethoven – Sonata for Piano Four Hands in D major Op 6 – II. Rondo moderato // Boundless
  4. 04 – Beethoven – Quintet for Piano and Winds Op 16 – I. Grave – Allegro ma non troppo // Boundless
  5. 05 – Beethoven – Quintet for Piano and Winds Op 16 – II. Andante cantabile // Boundless
  6. 06 – Beethoven – Quintet for Piano and Winds Op 16 – III. Rondo Allegro ma non troppo // Boundless
  7. 07 – Beethoven – Six Variations in D major on ‘Ich denke dein’ for Piano Four Hands Wo0 74 // Boundless
  8. 08 – Beethoven – Marcia I in C major Op 45 – Allegro ma non troppo // Boundless
  9. 09 – Beethoven – Marcia II in E flat major Op 45 – Vivace // Boundless
  10. 10 – Beethoven – Marcia III in D major Op 45 – Vivace // Boundless
  11. 11 – Beethoven – Grosse Fuge in B-flat major Op 134 // Boundless