Marina Rodriguez – fortepiano: Clementi and Friends

10 augustus 2019 | 20.00 uur | Muziek Museum Zutphen, Zutphen
Deel dit bericht:

Title:

Clementi and Friends: Works by Dussek, Field, Cramer, Auenbrugger and Clementi

Performer:

Marina Rodriguez (Barcelona), fortepiano

Instruments:

Clementi Square Piano and Collard & Collard Fortepian

 

PROGRAM

Sonata in G minor, Op 34. No. 2                                  Muzio Clementi (1752-1832)

  1. Largo e sostenuto. Allegro con fuoco
  2. Un poco adagio

III. Finale: Molto allegro

 

Within a Mile of Edinburgh                                      Jan Ladislav Dussek (1760-1812)

(A Scotch Song with Variations for the Pianoforte or Harpsichord)

 

Nocturne in B-flat major                                                            John Field (1782-1837)

 

Le Petit Rien. Romance variée.                        Johann Baptist Cramer (1771-1858)

 

Sonata in E-flat major (1782)                            Marianna Auenbrugger (1759-1782)

  1. Moderato
  2. Largo

III. Rondo. Allegro

 

Piano Sonata in G minor, Op. 8 No. 1 (1782)            Muzio Clementi (1752-1832)

Dedicated to Marianna Auenbrugger

  1. Allegro
  2. Andante cantabile

III. Presto

 

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM

Composer Muzio Clementi (1752-1832) is mainly known for didactic works such as the sonatinas or the etudes that today, two hundred years later, are still played in conservatories and music schools. These works, however, are only a small part of his output. Clementi also composed symphonies and more than seventy sonatas for the piano.

Clementi was a multifaceted figure who, besides composing, giving concerts, conducting, teaching, and promoting orchestral music, also was a music publisher and a piano manufacturer in London. Being a great traveller and a multilingual, sociable person, he had many friends, with whom he often performed in the most prestigious London salons. In today’s performance, we will be able to listen to pieces by some of them.

Among the works performed is a sonata by the Viennese pianist and composer Marianna Auenbrugger, to whom Clementi dedicated one of the two sonatas in this recital. We will also listen to a nocturne and themes with variations by Clementi’s pianist and composer friends John Field, Jan Ladislav Dussek, and Johann Baptist Cramer.

 

Marina Rodríguez-Brià

Marina Rodríguez-Brià was born in Sant Vicenç de Castellet (Barcelona) and studied at the conservatories of Barcelona and Perpignan (France) and also at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Holder of a degree in Music and in French Philology, she has continued her studies with different international courses and is the recipient of many prizes in piano, chamber music, and poetry contests.

She has performed at Berlin’s Staatsoper, the Hamburg Laeiszhalle, Gateshead’s Sage auditorium, Barcelona’s Auditori, or the Staatsoper Stuttgart.  She has also performed at the international festivals of Grafenegg and Ludwigsburg, among others.

She has recorded for Radio Nacional, Catalunya Ràdio, TV3, Canal 33, TV1, TV2, Südwest Rundfunk, RAI, and Radio France. She has published thirteen albums with works of Russian composers, Romantic dances for piano duet, Spanish music for piano solo, music of Albéniz, etc.

Interested in Muzio Clementi, she has recorded two albums with works by this author (1999 and 2015), the latest one on an original fortepiano Clementi & Co. She has been the curator of the exhibition “Clementi, the Father of the Pianoforte” at the Palau de la Música Catalana (2018). She has given lectures and courses at the Music Museum of Barcelona, the University of Barcelona and other cultural institutions, and at the Historical Keyboard Society of North America.

She is a founder member of the Muzio Clementi Association of Barcelona.

www.marinarodriguezbria.com

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Locatie

Muziek Museum Zutphen

Het Geelvinck Muziek Museum opende op 30 juni 2017 zijn deuren in Huis De Wildeman (voorheen Museum Henriëtte Polak), pal in de historische binnenstad van Zutphen. Dit imposante patriciërshuis met zijn eind 18e eeuwse klassieke gevel, stamt uit de late middeleeuwen. De stijlkamers met historische fortepiano's ademen de sfeer van Beethoven's tijd. Aan deze iconische componist, die volgens sommigen in Zutphen werd geboren, is de tentoonstelling op de 1e verdieping gewijd. Op de 2e verdieping – bij het open depot met restauratieatelier – bevindt zich een schuilkapel uit 1628. Regelmatig vinden er concerten op historische piano's uit de 18e en 19e eeuw plaats.

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