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Jan Ladislav Dussek - Vladimir Pleshakov - Sonata In E Flat "The Farewell" / Sonata In A Flat "Le Retour À Paris" album mp3

Jan Ladislav Dussek - Vladimir Pleshakov - Sonata In E Flat "The Farewell" / Sonata In A Flat "Le Retour À Paris" album mp3

Performer: Jan Ladislav Dussek
Title: Sonata In E Flat "The Farewell" / Sonata In A Flat "Le Retour À Paris"
Released: 1972
Style: Classical
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 686
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Rondo: Allegro Moderato Ed Espressivo. Sonata In A Flat "Le Retour À Paris". B1. Allegro Non Troppo Ed Esperessivo. B2. Molto Adagio Con Anima Ed Espressivo. B3. Tempo Di Minuetto. Composed By – Jan Ladislav Dussek. Piano – Vladimir Pleshakov.

Jan Ladislav Dussek (baptized Jan Václav Dusík, with surname also written as Duschek or Düssek; 12 February 1760 – 20 March 1812) was a Czech composer and pianist. He was an important representative of Czech music abroad in the second half of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century  . He wrote a powerful sonata (Sonata in A flat major, Op. 64, C 221) called Le Retour à Paris (The Return to Paris). This imposing sonata also received the nickname Plus Ultra in heated response to a piano sonata by Joseph Woelfl, said to be the last word in pianistic difficulties, entitled Non Plus Ultra. The remainder of his life he spent performing, teaching and composing in Prussia and France. His personal beauty had faded and he became grossly fat.

38 - Sonata for Piano and Violin in E-flat Major (1787) O., N. (Dussek, in "Mercure de France"). 9 - Sonata for Piano and Violin in minor (1787) O. 0 - Sonata for Piano/Harpsichord in G Major (1788). 1 - Sonata for Piano and Violin in G Major (1788) O. 2 - Sonata for Piano and Violin in B-flat Major (1788) O. 3 - Sonata in A-flat Major (1788) O. 4 - L'amour est enfant tompeur, O. 5 - Romanze de Nina, O. 84 - Instructions on the art of playing the piano forte or harpsichord (1796). 85 - Méthode pour le piano forte (by Pleyel and Dussek) (1799). 86 - Klavierschule (1802). 87 - Pianoforte-Schule (1802).

Rondo: Allegro Moderato Ed Espressivo.

Jan Ladislav Dussek baptized Jan Václav Dusík, with surname also written as Duschek or Düssek; February 12, 1760 – March 20, 1812 was a Czech composer. giving the first public performance on their new stirrup-action grand in 1810 He wrote a powerful sonata Sonata in A flat major, Op 64, C 221 called Le Retour à Paris The Return to Paris This imposing sonata also received the nickname Plus Ultra in heated response to a piano sonata by Joseph Woelfl, said to be the last word in pianistic.

Jan Ladislav Dussek (baptized Václav Jan Dusík, with surname also written as Duschek or Düssek; February 12, 1760 – March 20, 1812) was a Czech composer and pianist. He was an important representative of Czech music abroad in the second half of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century File:DussekConde. Jan Ladislav Dussek, detail of a drawing by Pierre Condé. This imposing sonata also received the nickname Plus Ultra in heated response to a piano sonata by Joseph Woelfl, said to be the last word in pianistic difficulties, entitled Ne Plus Ultra.

Dussek" redirects here. For the Czech composer and pianist born c. 1731, see František Xaver Dušek. For other uses, see Dussek (disambiguation). It is also possible that Dussek's influence can be seen in Beethoven's famous Sonata Opus 81a, les Adieux: "both the program and the realization owed a great deal to Dussek's The Farewell, Opus 4. Dussek composed a number of piano concertos between 1779 and 1810, eighteen of which survive.

Tracklist

Sonata In E Flat "The Farewell"
A1 Introduzione - Allegro Moderato
A2 Molto Adagio E Sostenuto
A3 Tempo Di Minuetto Piu Tosto Allegro
A4 Rondo: Allegro Moderato Ed Espressivo
Sonata In A Flat "Le Retour À Paris"
B1 Allegro Non Troppo Ed Esperessivo
B2 Molto Adagio Con Anima Ed Espressivo
B3 Tempo Di Minuetto
B4 Scherzo - Allegro Con Spirito

Credits

  • Composed By – Jan Ladislav Dussek*
  • Piano – Vladimir Pleshakov
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