In 2018, Paul Lewis embarked on an exploration of one of the richest bodies of work of the Classical era: the keyboard sonatas of Haydn. For his second volume, the British pianist tackles some of the most remarkable pieces in this vast oeuvre including the exceptionally concise Sonata in D major Hob. XVI:51, which is surprisingly pre-Romantic, and the celebrated Sonata in E flat major Hob. XVI:52, with which Haydn conferred well-nigh symphonic dimensions on the keyboard sonata for the very first time.
In 2018, Paul Lewis embarked on an exploration of one of the richest bodies of work of the Classical era: the keyboard sonatas of Haydn. For his second volume, the British pianist tackles some of the most remarkable pieces in this vast oeuvre including the exceptionally concise Sonata in D major Hob. XVI:51, which is surprisingly pre-Romantic, and the celebrated Sonata in E flat major Hob. XVI:52, with which Haydn conferred well-nigh symphonic dimensions on the keyboard sonata for the very first time.
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Haydn: Piano Sonatas Vol. 2
Artist: Paul Lewis
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1. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:20 I. Moderato
2. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:20 II. Andante con moto
3. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:20 III. Finale. Allegro
4. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:52 I. Allegro moderato
5. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:52 II. Adagio
6. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:52III. Finale. Presto
7. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:34 I. Presto
8. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:34 II. Adagio
9. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:34 III. Finale. Molto vivace
10. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:51I. Andante
11. Haydn: Sonata Hob. XVI:51II. Finale. Presto

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In 2018, Paul Lewis embarked on an exploration of one of the richest bodies of work of the Classical era: the keyboard sonatas of Haydn. For his second volume, the British pianist tackles some of the most remarkable pieces in this vast oeuvre including the exceptionally concise Sonata in D major Hob. XVI:51, which is surprisingly pre-Romantic, and the celebrated Sonata in E flat major Hob. XVI:52, with which Haydn conferred well-nigh symphonic dimensions on the keyboard sonata for the very first time.