Here I wanted to share a great and very accurate analysis of the Haydn Sonata in C major (Hob XVI-7 Divertimento).
Haydn always surprises me! I really admire all the resources he does in his pieces and I think is a great model to follow.
I found it very interesting and...
Hi classical music buffs!
I have three piano pieces that got recorded onto a CD but were wrongly labeled. What are they really?
I put them all on YouTube (three separate "videos").
1. mislabeled as Scarlatti Sonata in A major
2. mislabeled as Scarlatti Sonata in C major
3. mislabeled as...
As we know, Horowitz admitted regularly that he always made a mistake playing the Fugue, the 4th Movement in Samuel Barber's Sonata For Solo Piano, Op. 26.
What recordings of the Barber Sonata do you like? I have Horowitz's early 40s recording, and I want to branch out.
Well this is obvious the area to post this, so here it goes. I learn best by feedback and constructive criticism, so please comment! I'm not trying to get praise or anything, just better. I'm self-taught in theory so far, and don't play an instrument, so I need all of the help I can get. Thanks!
I have found accidentally a Haydn's anthology Cd, and after a week listening to it, I am amazed of such incredible and beautiful music. Specifically, I love the Adagio from the piano sonata in C and the adagio from the string quartet emperor (op. 76/3). I want to listen more works and to buy...