℗ 2022 Naxos
Released April 22, 2022
Duration 1h 11m 39s
Catalogue No. 8.579110
Genre Classical (Piano)
 

Sandro Fuga: Piano Sonatas Nos. 1-3

Giacomo Fuga, Carlotta Fuga, Claudio Voghera

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Piano Sonata No. 1  
1.1
I. Moderato
Sandro Fuga; Giacomo Fuga
10:06
1.2
II. Andante
Sandro Fuga; Giacomo Fuga
5:13
1.3
III. Allegro moderato
Sandro Fuga; Giacomo Fuga
3:33
1.4
IV. Moderato e calmo
Sandro Fuga; Giacomo Fuga
9:02
Piano Sonata No. 2  
1.5
I. Moderato
Sandro Fuga; Carlotta Fuga
8:37
1.6
II. Grave
Sandro Fuga; Carlotta Fuga
5:48
1.7
III. Allegro vivo e preciso
Sandro Fuga; Carlotta Fuga
5:06
Piano Sonata No. 3  
1.8
I. Moderatamente lento
Sandro Fuga; Claudio Voghera
9:36
1.9
II. Lento a piacere
Sandro Fuga; Claudio Voghera
3:21
1.10
III. Lento, con raccoglimento
Sandro Fuga; Claudio Voghera
6:10
1.11
IV. Molto allegro
Sandro Fuga; Claudio Voghera
5:07
Digital Booklet
Sandro Fuga became a leading figure in Turin’s musical life in the mid-20th century. His passion for art and music was inherited from his eminent Venetian family which included grandfather Luigi Nono among its members. Few Italian composers of Fuga’s generation broached the sonata genre, but these three works represent the summit of his piano music, together forming a triptych of considerable significance. Fuga considered himself a ‘Romantic survivor’, believing music to represent the expression of emotions. Thanks to his rejection of avant-garde ephemera and a profound faith in humanity, his piano sonatas are expressive, eloquent and emotionally compelling.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.88
-7.17 to -1.00
-22.28
-29.21 to -18.25
13
10 to 15
1
I. Moderato
-1.00-19.5612
2
II. Andante
-7.17-29.2114
3
III. Allegro moderato
-1.00-18.2510
4
IV. Moderato e calmo
-1.00-25.0815
5
I. Moderato
-1.00-20.6912
6
II. Grave
-1.00-23.8414
7
III. Allegro vivo e preciso
-1.00-19.9612
8
I. Moderatamente lento
-1.00-18.7710
9
II. Lento a piacere
-2.67-23.4813
10
III. Lento, con raccoglimento
-2.79-26.8915
11
IV. Molto allegro
-1.00-19.4011

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