Mozart: KV 526,296,305 Salvatore Accardo & Bruno Canino

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Album-Release:
2022

HRA-Release:
07.12.2022

Label: fonè Records

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

Artist: Salvatore Accardo & Bruno Canino

Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791): Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV526, Molto Allegro:
  • 1Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV526, Molto Allegro09:12
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV526, Andante:
  • 2Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV526, Andante10:29
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV526, Presto:
  • 3Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV526, Presto06:48
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano C major KV296, Allegro vivace:
  • 4Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano C major KV296, Allegro vivace08:51
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano C major KV296, Andante sostenuto:
  • 5Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano C major KV296, Andante sostenuto06:16
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano C major KV296, Rondò-Allegro:
  • 6Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano C major KV296, Rondò-Allegro 04:34
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Allegro di molto:
  • 7Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Allegro di molto06:47
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Thema-Andante grazioso:
  • 8Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Thema-Andante grazioso01:47
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. I:
  • 9Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. I01:36
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. II:
  • 10Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. II01:39
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. III:
  • 11Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. III01:13
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. IV:
  • 12Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. IV02:04
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. V:
  • 13Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. V01:25
  • Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. VI-Allegro:
  • 14Mozart: Sonata for Violin and Piano A major KV305, Var. VI-Allegro00:45
  • Total Runtime01:03:26

Info for Mozart: KV 526,296,305



"Mozart is a touchstone of the heart. If I want to do something especially dear to someone, I sit down at the piano and play them a piece by Mozart." With these sentences, the great Mozart interpreter Edwin Fischer has said something essential. From every note of Mozart speaks an extremely sensitive and delicate, loving and at the same time masculine powerful character, which expresses itself with inventiveness and a mastery perhaps only comparable to Bach. That is why it is so difficult to play Mozart's music "correctly", as it often expresses the deepest with the smallest number of notes. Technical mastery alone is not enough. There must also be the ability of the heart to feel and create music as a form of genuine, loving communication with fellow human beings. No other classical composer, for example, entitled a movement with the epithet "amoroso" (Mozart's designation for the Andante of the B flat major Sonata K. 281).

"Beethoven est superbe, mais Mozart est sublime". It would be absurd to ask which of the two is the "deeper". For a long time, Beethoven was considered the composer who expressed the transcendent, the ineffable, especially in his last works.

Indeed, in the variations of his last piano sonata Opus 111, this profundity is "palpable" - everyone feels it, interpreter and listener alike. Mozart's profundity, on the other hand, is incomprehensible and therefore much more difficult to grasp. One can only speak of this mystery of Mozart in metaphors. His sonatas look at us like the gaze of a child, unfathomable, unfathomable. We feel the same way about them as we do about a Goethe poem: it is simply there, and one can hardly believe that it ever once did not exist. The spontaneity and apparent lightness of Mozart's work has led generations of music lovers to believe that Mozart composed without effort, "like a bird sings". In reality, behind this creation lies an infinitely arduous, tireless process of learning and working. Similar to Johann Sebastian Bach before him, Mozart studied numerous works by older and contemporary masters and constantly worked on his own perfection. The result of this combination of God-given talent and diligently acquired mastery was recognised by no one better than Joseph Haydn: "I tell you before God, as an honest man, your son is the greatest composer I know by person and name: he has taste, and above that the greatest compositional science" (quoted in a letter from Leopold Mozart to his daughter in Salzburg, 16 February 1785).

Salvatore Accardo, violin
Bruno Canino, piano



Salvatore Accardo
born September 26, 1941 in Turin, northern Italy) is an Italian violin virtuoso and conductor.

Accardo studied violin in the southern Italian city of Naples in the 1950s. He gave his first professional recital at the age of 13 performing Paganini's Capricci. In 1956 Accardo won the Geneva Competition and in 1958 became the first prize winner of the Paganini Competition in Genoa. He has recorded Paganini's 24 Caprices (re-recorded in 1999) for solo violin and was the first to record all six of the Paganini Violin Concertos. He has an extensive discography of almost 50 recordings on Philips, DG, EMI, Sony Classical, Foné, Dynamic, and Warner-Fonit. Notably, he has recorded an album of classical and contemporary works in 1995 on Paganini's Guarneri del Gesù 1742 violin, the "Canon".

Accardo founded the Accardo Quartet in 1992 and he was one of the founders of the Walter Stauffer Academy in 1986. He founded the Settimane Musicali Internazionali in Naples and the Cremona String Festival in 1971, and in 1996, he re-founded the Orchestra da Camera Italiana (O.C.I.), whose members are the best pupils of the Walter Stauffer Academy. He performed the music of Paganini for the soundtrack of the 1989 film Kinski Paganini. In the 1970s he was a member of the celebrated Italian chamber orchestra "I Musici".

Accardo owns one Stradivarius violin, the "Hart ex Francescatti" (1727) and had the "Firebird ex Saint-Exupéry" (1718).

Bruno Canino
Born in Naples, Bruno Canino studied piano and composition at the Conservatorio Verdi in Milan, where he taught solo piano for 24 years. He has performed both as a soloist and a chamber musician in all the great concert venues of Europe, the United States, Australia, Japan and China. For over forty years he has been regularly performing with Antonio Ballista, his piano duo partner, and for some thirty years he has been a member of the Trio of Milan.

Bruno Canino is deeply interested in contemporary music and has collaborated with such distinguished composers as Pierre Boulez, Luciano Berio, Karlheinz Stockhausen, György Ligeti, Bruno Maderna, Luigi Nono, Sylvano Bussotti and others, the works of whom he has often premièred.

Bruno Canino’s recent recordings include the Goldberg Variations, the complete piano works by Casella, and the complete Debussy piano works. In 1997 Passigli Editions published his book Vademecum for a Chamber Pianist.

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