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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Piano Sonatas Nos. 1-6 – Roberto Prosseda (2016) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Piano Sonatas Nos. 1-6 – Roberto Prosseda (2016)
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Roberto Prosseda is a highly gifted pianist most closely associated with the lesser known piano works of Felix Mendelssohn. Indeed, his Mendelssohn series of recordings for Decca carries the words “rarities” and “discoveries” on the covers, and the repertory — the recently unearthed Piano Concerto in E minor (the so-called No. 3, reconstructed by Marcello Bufalini) and various solo works previously unrecorded — fully lives up to the claims. Prosseda has also ventured onto other fairly uncharted turf, recording the complete piano outputs of Goffredo Petrassi and Luigi Dallapiccola, the latter series earning five Diapason awards from the influential French musical magazine Diapason. Prosseda has appeared at some of the most prestigious concert venues across Europe and the U.S., including Carnegie Hall, the Berlin Philharmonie, and Wigmore Hall in London, sites where he introduced the Mendelssohn E minor Piano Concerto. Despite his devotion to the little known, Prosseda’s repertory is hardly limited to it: he plays an array of works by J.S. Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Chopin, Brahms, and many others. Prosseda is also a highly respected musicologist, a factor giving him an edge in excavating rarities by Mendelssohn and others, as well as editing problematic compositions. Prosseda’s recordings are available on the Decca and Naxos labels. Roberto Prosseda was born in Latina, Italy, in 1975. From 1994-1998 he studied at the Accademia Pianistica in Imola, where his most important teachers were Boris Petrushansky and Alexander Lonquich. He had subsequent training at the Cadenabbia, Italy-based International Piano Foundation under Leon Fleisher, Charles Rosen, Dmitri Bashkirov, and Karl Ulrich Schnabel. Prosseda won a string of piano competition prizes, including at the Franz Schubert Competition in Dortmund and the Salzburg-based W.A. Mozart Competition. In the early years of the new century, Prosseda began appearing regularly at major concert venues in Europe, Asia, and the Americas and was also active unveiling and championing many previously unknown piano works of Mendelssohn. In the 2007-2008 season Prosseda presented many of these discoveries and rarities on tour in Berlin, Leipzig, Milan, London, Toronto, the Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival (Finland), Ravenna Festival, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, and other notable venues. Prosseda launched his acclaimed series of Mendelssohn piano works for Decca in 2006 with the album Mendelssohn Discoveries, which contained 13 previously unrecorded solo piano pieces. Among his later recordings is the 2009 Decca CD containing the Mendelssohn E minor Piano Concerto, with conductor Riccardo Chailly.


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Piano Sonata No.1 in C, K.279
1. 1. Allegro 06:54
2. 2. Andante 07:27
3. 3. Allegro 04:41

Piano Sonata No.2 In F, K.280
4. 1. Allegro assai 06:16
5. 2. Adagio 08:14
6. 3. Presto 04:17

Piano Sonata No.3 in B flat, K.281
7. 1. Allegro 06:25
8. 2. Andante amoroso 06:56
9. 3. Rondeau (Allegro) 04:43

Piano Sonata No.4 in E flat, K.282
10. 1. Adagio 06:48
11. 2. Menuetto I-II 03:54
12. 3. Allegro 03:05

Piano Sonata No.5 in G, K.283
13. 1. Allegro 05:37
14. 2. Andante 06:48
15. 3. Presto 06:03

Piano Sonata No.6 in D, K.284 Dürnitz
16. 1. Allegro 06:55
17. 2. Rondeau en Polonaise (Andante) 04:12
18. 3. Tema con variazione 15:07
19. First draft (fragment) of the first movement of the Sonata KV 284 (205b) 02:10

Roberto Prosseda, piano


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