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Haydn Dialogues

by Pedja Muzijevic

Four Haydn sonatas, interspersed with works by Jonathan Berger, John Cage and Morton Feldman, performed by pianist Pedja Muzijevic, recorded live at the Banff Centre, February 16, 2016
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Haydn Sonata in D Major, Hob Xvi-51, Andante (Live)
3:37 FREE
2. Haydn Sonata in D Major, Hob Xvi-51, Presto (Live)
2:59 FREE
3. Berger Intermezzo (Live)
4:25 FREE
4. Haydn Sonata in G Major, Hob Xvi-40, Allegretto E Innocente (Live)
6:45 FREE
5. Haydn Sonata in G Major, Hob Xvi-40, Presto (Live)
3:04 FREE
6. Cage Bacchanale for Prepared Piano (Live)
7:46 FREE
7. Haydn Sonata in G Minor, Hob Xvi-44, Moderato (Live)
5:52 FREE
8. Haydn Sonata in G Minor, Hob Xvi-44, Allegretto (Live)
3:51 FREE
9. Feldman Two Intermissions (Live)
2:17 FREE
10. Haydn Sonata in C Major, Hob Xvi-50, Allegro (Live)
7:48 FREE
11. Haydn Sonata in C Major, Hob Xvi-50, Adagio (Live)
4:38 FREE
12. Haydn Sonata in C Major, Hob Xvi-50, Allegro Molto (Live)
2:59 FREE
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I have always been interested in juxtapositions in recital programs—old and new; standard and non-standard; expected and unexpected. The Haydn Dialogues idea is very simple and certainly not original—an hour-long program consisting of four Haydn sonatas interspersed with three modern works. I am not suggesting any connections or similarities between any of these works. I am actually more interested in placing music of different styles and ranges of expressions next to each other and observing whether hearing one helps us hear the other in a different way. A bit like the I. M. Pei Pyramid next to the Louvre or a watermelon and feta cheese salad. Their esthetics and flavors don’t merge or unite. Quite the contrary—their individual characteristics seem even more pronounced. But they make us experience them in a new and vibrant way.
Pedja Muzijevic

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