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Hoffmeister: Sonatas for Piano, Vol. 2

Biliana Tzinlikova

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3 Keyboard Sonatas: No. 1 in C Major  
1
I. Allegro
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
11:19
2
II. Minuetto poco allegretto - Trio - Da capo il minuetto
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
6:23
3
III. Rondo. Allegro
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
2:12
3 Keyboard Sonatas: No. 2 in D Major  
4
I. Allegro
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
8:23
5
II. Poco adagio
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
4:54
6
III. Vivace
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
3:40
3 Keyboard Sonatas: No. 3 in A Major  
7
I. Andante con espressione
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
4:09
8
II. Rondo. Allegro
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
5:42
2 Keyboard Sonatas: No. 1 in F Major  
9
I. Moderato
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
7:41
10
II. Adagio
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
3:58
11
III. Allegretto
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
4:13
2 Keyboard Sonatas: No. 2 in B-Flat Major  
12
I. Allegro
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
6:55
13
II. Adagio
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
5:46
14
III. Allegro
Franz Anton Hoffmeister; Biliana Tzinlikova
4:25
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    79:40
Pianist Biliana Tzinlikova presents this second of three volumes of the first complete recording of Hoffmeister’s piano sonatas, all world premieres. Hoffmeister is associated with composers such as Haydn and Mozart through his involvement in Viennese music publishing and was an important figure in Viennese musical and cultural life. His piano sonatas are models of 18th century craftsmanship, combining the wit and display demanded of contemporary audiences with elements of operatic drama and poignancy. He wrote expressively and rewardingly for the piano, as Tzinlikova demonstrates on this series.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Grand Piano Studio Masters

Recording Dates: 7–9 January 2014
Recording Venue: Schloss Weinberg, Kefermarkt, Austria
Engineer: Erich Pintar
Piano technician: Michael Schimpelsberger
Booklet notes: Axel Beer (German/English) and Keith Anderson/Cris Posslac (English/German)
Artist’s Photograph: Luigi Caputo
Cover art: Gro thorsen: City to City, Vienna no 3, 12x12 cm, oil on aluminium, 2014

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