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Franz Halasz & Debora Halasz – Beethoven – Works for Guitar & Piano (2020) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Beethoven – Works for Guitar & Piano (2020)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 01:14:29 minutes | 1,06 GB | Genre: Classical
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Digital Booklet, Front Cover | © BIS

Around 1800 Vienna was, alongside Paris, one of the European centres for guitar performance. The instrument was well suited for the idiom of Viennese classicism and ideal for domestic music-making and it was promoted by figures such as the virtuoso Mauro Giuliani and the composer/publisher Anton Diabelli. But Beethoven, the towering giant of musical Vienna, seems to have been unmoved by the charms of the guitar – while instead composing for its sibling, the mandolin.

Duo Halász, the husband and wife team of Franz and Débora Halász, has now rectified this, by appropriating Beethoven’s four extant pieces for mandolin and piano (WoO 43 and 44) as well as adapting some other early compositions, including the Serenade in D major for flute and piano and the Variations on Mozart’s ‘Se vuol ballare’ for violin and piano. In doing so they follow the example of an eminent guitarist and contemporary of Beethoven, namely Ferdinando Carulli, whose 1825 arrangement of the Variations on Mozart’s ‘Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen’ closes the programme.

Franz and Débora Halász have made a number of recordings for BIS, together and separately, to critical acclaim, including a Latin Grammy Award for their disc Alma Brasileira with chamber works by Radamés Gnattali.

Tracklist

1. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Serenade in D Major, Op. 41 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): I. Entrata. Allegro
2. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Serenade in D Major, Op. 41 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): II. Tempo ordinario d’un menuetto
3. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Serenade in D Major, Op. 41 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): III. Allegro molto
4. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Serenade in D Major, Op. 41 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): IV. Andante con variazioni
5. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Serenade in D Major, Op. 41 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): V. Allegro scherzando e vivace
6. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Serenade in D Major, Op. 41 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): VIa. Adagio
7. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Serenade in D Major, Op. 41 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): VIb. Allegro vivace e disinvolto
8. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Sonatina in C Minor, WoO 43a (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano)
9. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – 12 Variations on “Se vuol ballare,” WoO 40 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano)
10. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Sonatina in C Major, WoO 44a (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano)
11. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Adagio in E-Flat Major, WoO 43b (1796 Version) [Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano]
12. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – Andante con variazioni in D Major, WoO 44b (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano)
13. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – 5 Pieces for Mechanical Clock, WoO 33 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): No. 1, Adagio in F Major
14. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – 5 Pieces for Mechanical Clock, WoO 33 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): No. 2, Scherzo in G Major
15. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – 5 Pieces for Mechanical Clock, WoO 33 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): No. 3, Allegro in G Major
16. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – 5 Pieces for Mechanical Clock, WoO 33 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): No. 4, Allegro in C Major
17. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – 5 Pieces for Mechanical Clock, WoO 33 (Arr. D. Halász for Guitar & Piano): No. 5, Minuet in C Major
18. Franz Halász & Débora Halász – 12 Variations on “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen,” Op. 66 (Arr. F. Carulli for Guitar & Piano as Op. 169)

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