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Czerny: Piano Works

Rosemary Tuck, English Chamber Orchestra, Richard Bonynge

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1.1
Piano Concertino in C Major, Op. 210
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
12:37
Andante & Rondo, Op. 213  
1.2
I. Andante grazioso
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
2:45
1.3
II. Rondo
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
7:39
Grand Concerto No. 2 in E-Flat Major  
1.4
I. Adagio - Molto allegro vivace con brio
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; Hugh Seenan; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
20:51
1.5
II. Andante grazioso
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; Hugh Seenan; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
11:21
1.6
III. Rondo
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; Hugh Seenan; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
13:24
1.7
Rondino in A Major for Piano Quintet on a Theme from "Le maçon", Op. 127 (Arr. for Piano & String Orchestra)
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
13:35
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Total Playing Time    1:22:12
Carl Czerny penned an astonishing amount of music, including the numerous potpourris, fantasies, teaching pieces and studies for which he became known. This recording features the delightfully entertaining "Concertino in C major", Op. 210/213 (MS Op. 197), as well as the highly enjoyable "Rondino", a work based on an enchanting theme taken from Daniel Auber’s opéra comique Le Maçon. A pupil and lifelong friend of Beethoven, Czerny was just 21 when he wrote the pastoral "Second Grand Concerto in E flat major". Begun only twelve days after he had given the Viennese premiere of his mentor’s "Emperor Concerto", the same choice of key seems a fitting homage to the grand master he so revered.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

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