Tae-Young Kim (Korea/NL)- fortepiano: Italian and Iberian Delights: Giustini, Seixas & Scarlatti

16 augustus 2019 | 13.00 uur | Muziek Museum Zutphen, Zutphen
Musicus/ensemble: Tae-Young Kim – fortepiano 

Deel dit bericht:

Title:

Italian and Iberian Delights: Works by L. Giustini, C. Seixas, and D. Scarlatti

Performer:

Tae-Young Kim (Korea/Netherlands), fortepiano

Instruments:

Zumpe Square piano c. 1769

 

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM

Lodovico Giustini’s sonatas for pianoforte op. 1, known as the oldest piano compositions (1732), were published in Florence, where the piano was invented around 1700. Early pianos, built in Cristofori’s style, were much favoured, especially by royal families, principally in Spain and Portugal. Giustini’s sonatas, composed in Pistoia near Florence, were dedicated to the brother of the Portuguese king who was fond of this new invention: the pianoforte.

Before Scarlatti’s arrival to Spain, where he wrote most of his keyboard sonatas, the composer stayed in Lisbon for more than seven years. During that time he became friends with Carlos Seixas, who was organist for the Portuguese Royal Chapel. For today’s program, I will employ an English square piano from the second half of the eighteenth century: Zumpe 1769. Numerous English square pianos, invented by Zumpe during the 1760s, came to Spain and Portugal during the Classical and Early Romantic eras.

 

Program

Italian and Iberian Delights: Works by C. Seixas, L. Giustini and D. Scarlatti

Lodovico Giustini (1685 – 1743)

Pianoforte Sonata in G major, Op. 1 No. 7

Alemanda: Andante
Corrente : Presto assai
Siciliana : Affettuoso
Gavotta : Presto

Carlos Seixas (1704 – 1742)

Toccata No. 28a in D minor

Lodovico Giustini

Pianoforte Sonata in C Major, Op. 1 No. 9

– Sarabanda : Andante
– Alemanda : Allegro
– Rondo : Affettuoso
– Gavotta : Allegro

Carlos Seixas

Toccata No. 5a in C minor

Domenico Scarlatti (1685 – 1757)

Sonata in C major, K 159, L 104   
Sonata in B minor, K 27, L 449

Lodovico Giustini

Pianoforte Sonata in E Major, Op. 1 no. 11

– Alemanda : Allegro ma non presto
– Dolce-Gavotta
– Rondo : Affettuoso
– Giga : Allegro assai

 

 

 



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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