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Kontski: Piano Sonatas Nos. 1 & 2

Anna Parkita

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Piano Sonata No. 1 in F Major, Op. 156 "Grande"  
I. Allegro non troppo
Anton de Kontski; Anna Parkita
II. Minuetto. Allegro vivace
Anton de Kontski; Anna Parkita
III. Adagio
Anton de Kontski; Anna Parkita
IV. Rondo. Allegretto non troppo
Anton de Kontski; Anna Parkita
Piano Sonata No. 2 in F Minor, Op. 310  
I. Allegro moderato
Anton de Kontski; Anna Parkita
II. Scherzo
Anton de Kontski; Anna Parkita
III. Adagio
Anton de Kontski; Anna Parkita
IV. Finale. Presto ed appassionato
Anton de Kontski; Anna Parkita
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Total Playing Time    58:40
With this album, an outstanding pianist of young generation, Anna Parkita, introduces the work of one of the most important ambassadors of the music of Polish Romantic period. Two piano sonatas presented on the album (in F major, op. 156 and in F minor, op. 310) are a testimony to Antoni Katski's thorough musical education and compositional skills. The sonatas abound with the most characteristic features of the composer's musical language; at the same time, they contain a whole range of expressive means of the epoch in which he lived.
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