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Ronald Brautigam - Ronald Brautigam Plays Joseph Haydn flac album
  • Performer: Ronald Brautigam
  • Title: Ronald Brautigam Plays Joseph Haydn
  • Genre: Classical
  • Style: Concerto
  • Date of release: March 1, 2005
  • MP3 size: 1967 mb
  • FLAC size 1703 mb
  • Formats DMF TTA VQF AC3 MMF RA
  • Duration: 01:15:50

Of course, it helps that while Haydn's complete solo fortepiano works take up 11 discs, his complete fortepiano concertos take up only a single disc, so Brautigam could record it before moving on to record the inevitable complete fortepiano music of Beethoven. On its own, Brautigam's recording of Haydn's concertos is wonderful: light, bright, ebullient, full of humanity, and suffused with poetry.

Ronald Brautigam Dutch pianist Ronald Brautigam (b. 1954). One of Holland's leading musicians. Besides his performances on modern instruments Ronald Brautigam has developed. Dutch pianist Ronald Brautigam (b. Besides his performances on modern instruments Ronald Brautigam has developed a great passion for the fortepiano. He regularly gives recitals on his own fortepiano, including complete Mozart and Beethoven sonata cycles, and has played concertos with the Orchestra of the 18th Century, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the Hanover Band, Concerto Copenhagen and l'Orchestre des Champs-Elysées.

Ronald Brautigam plays this music with uncommon ebullience and enthusiasm. unfailing intelligence and imagination. This, combined with the bright, sweet timbre of his fortepiano, gives the music the same immediate appeal that typifies his Haydn piano music cycle. this is one of the most purely delightful discs of classical keyboard music to come along in quite a while, a discovery whose musical substance far exceeds its curiosity value. It almost goes without saying that Brautigam revels in the effectiveness of this music on such a marvellous instrument. The various facets of intriguing composer Joseph Martin Kraus are demonstrated on this album by Dutch pianist Ronald Brautigam, whose recordings of solo works by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven on the fortepiano have received high acclaim worldwide.

Brautigam plays with great mastery of all the works on this disc. Haydn's concertos have been lucky on CD this year receiving two noteworthy period performances: one, by Andreas Staier and the Freiburg Baroque on Harmonia Mundi - HMC-901854 (64'20"); the other, Ronald Brautigam and the Concerto Copenhagen on BIS - CD-1318 ( 75'54"). Of the two, first choice must go Ronald Brautigam, not only because he offers us four concertos to the three offered by Staier, but because, compared to Staier, he is much nimbler and more sparkling overall in his delivery.

Lars Ulrik Mortensen, director/continuo Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano Concerto Copenhagen, orchestra. com Choc du Mois Le Monde de la Musique Winner Edison Classic 2006 - Concerts May 2006. Here is a jewel of a record. Fresh from his triumphant reading of Haydn's entire output for the fortepiano Ronald Brautigam now brings us four concertos for piano and orchestra by the great composer. The piano concerto of this period naturally means Mozart. No one would dispute his pre-eminence in the genre.

After recording the complete solo fortepiano works of Haydn, it was inevitable that Ronald Brautigam would record the complete fortepiano concertos of Haydn. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 9 brand new listings.

Recorded: 0ctober 2003.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Keyboard Concerto in D major, H. 18/11
1 I. Vivace Ronald Brautigam 7:10
2 II. Un poco adagio Ronald Brautigam 5:09
3 III. Rondo all'Ungarese. Allegro assai Ronald Brautigam 4:16
Keyboard Concerto in F major, H. 18/3
4 I. Allegro Ronald Brautigam 9:15
5 II. Largo cantabile Ronald Brautigam 6:00
6 III. Presto Ronald Brautigam 4:04
Keyboard Concerto in D major, H. 18/2
7 I. Allegro moderato Ronald Brautigam 8:36
8 II. Adagio molto Ronald Brautigam 7:33
9 III. Allegro Ronald Brautigam 5:12
Keyboard Concerto in G major, H. 18/4
10 I. Allegro Ronald Brautigam 8:22
11 II. Adagio Ronald Brautigam 6:08
12 III. Rondo. Presto Ronald Brautigam 4:05


Andrew Barnett - Layout Design, Liner Note Translation, Typesetting
Marco Borggreve - Cover Photo
Ronald Brautigam - Piano, Primary Artist
Concerto Copenhagen - Orchestra
Paul McNulty - Technician
Lars Ulrik Mortensen - Conductor, Continuo
Ingo Petry - Engineer, Producer
Horst A. Scholz - Liner Note Translation
Julian Schwenker - Digital Editing
Robert Suff - Executive Producer
Jean-Pascal Vachon - Liner Notes
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