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Piano Sonata No. 12 In F Major K. 332 - Vladimir Horowitz - Vladimir Horowitz Plays Great Sonatas

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  2. The Piano Sonata in F major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, K. /k, was written at the same time as the Piano Sonata, K. and Piano Sonata, K. (Alla turca), Mozart numbering them as a set from one to three. They were once believed to have been written in the late s in Paris, but it is now thought more likely that they date from
  3. Jul 28,  · The F major (from ) and E-flat () Sonatas are all wit and charm, while the first movement of the C major () is mock seriousness theme & variations before letting loose with virtuoso fingerwork in the finale. Sadly missing from this collection is the Beethovenesque Sonata No. 52 that Horowitz recorded several times in the mono era.5/5(1).
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  5. The Russian-American classical virtuoso pianist Vladimir Horowitz was a recording artist for over 60 years; beginning in on a piano roll system for Welte-Mignon, then with audio recordings, starting in for the Victor Talking Machine Company, later RCA Victor. Horowitz continued to record for a variety of record labels throughout his life. Between 19he recorded for.
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  7. The F major (from ) and E-flat () Sonatas are all wit and charm, while the first movement of the C major () is mock seriousness theme & variations before letting loose with virtuoso fingerwork in the finale. Sadly missing from this collection is the Beethovenesque Sonata No. 52 that Horowitz recorded several times in the mono era.
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