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The Viennese classics: Piano sonatas

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Mario Mora, Noelia Rodiles y Martin James Bartlett

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From the end of the eighteenth century, sonata form has been at the epicentre of Western art music. In its classical configuration, the work of three composers based in Vienna would be decisive: Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. Mozart composed his Sonata in D major KV 311 in 1777 to demonstrate his talents as a virtuoso. Haydn composed his Sonata in E flat major Hob. XVI/52 for Thérèse Janen in 1795. And Beethoven composed his Sonata Op. 31 no. 3 in the early years of the nineteenth century, with a series of developments that heralded the end of Classicism.

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    1. Mario Mora
      1. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
      1. Sonata nº 8 en Re mayor KV 311
    2. Noelia Rodiles
      1. Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
      1. Sonata en Mi bemol mayor Hob. XVI/52
    3. Martin James Bartlett
      1. Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
      1. Sonata nº 18 en Mi bemol mayor Op. 31 nº 3
Los intérpretes, por orden de aparición, son: Mario Mora, piano; Noelia Rodiles, piano y Martin James Bartlett, piano