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Mozart Haydn Schubert
Artist: Edin Karamazov
Format: CD

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Label: APARTE
Rel. Date: 02/17/2023
UPC: 5051083186520

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DISC: 1

1. Haydn: Sonata in E Flat Major, Hob. XVI: 49 (Transcribed for Two Guitars By Edin Karamazov): I. Allegro
2. Haydn: Sonata in E Flat Major, Hob. XVI: 49 (Transcribed for Two Guitars By Edin Karamazov): II. Adagio E Cantabile
3. Haydn: Sonata in E Flat Major, Hob. XVI: 49 (Transcribed for Two Guitars By Edin Karamazov): III. Finale. Tempo Di Minuet
4. Mozart: Fantasia in C minor, K.475 (Transcribed for Two Guitars By Edin Karamazov)
5. Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata, D.821 (Transcribed for Two Guitars By Edin Karamazov): I. Allegro Moderato
6. Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata, D.821 (Transcribed for Two Guitars By Edin Karamazov): II. Adagio
7. Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata, D. 21 (Transcribed for Two Guitars By Edin Karamazov): III. Allegretto

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By the mid-18th century Vienna had established itself as the center of European musical life, witnessing the development of the Classical style and then Romanticism. At the same time, the guitar was rapidly evolving and, in the absence of interesting original compositions, it's repertoire saw the flourishing of a whole host of arrangements, before the mad "guitar mania" that was to take hold in the 19th century. Here, Edin Karamazov and Pavel Steidl perform new arrangements for two guitars of three emblematic works of that period. Bringing together pieces illustrating the structural mastery and playfulness of Haydn, the melodic inventiveness of Mozart and the poetic imagination of Schubert, they present a musical portrait, for twelve strings and four hands, of the Austrian capital at that time.