Tomoko Hagiwara | Tomoko Hagiwara CHOPIN HAYDN BARTÓK MOZART

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by Tomoko Hagiwara

Tomoko Hagiwara brings clarity, spirit and power to music. She opens the heart and mind with the beauty which is fundamental to the art of performance."  - Don Campbell, Author of Master Teacher: Nadia Boulanger and The Mozart Effect
Genre: Classical: Piano solo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Andante Spianato & Grande Polonaise Brilliante Op. 22
13:10 album only
2. Sonata In E flat Major - Allegro Moderato
7:50 album only
3. Sonata In E flat Major - Andante Cantabile
4:16 album only
4. Sonata In E flat Major - Allegretto
5:40 album only
5. Fifteen Hungarian Peasant Songs & Dances
13:14 album only
6. Sonata In C Major, K. 330 - Allegro
6:21 album only
7. Sonata In C Major, K. 330 - Adagio
5:53 album only
8. Sonata In C Major, K. 330 - Presto
5:38 album only
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Album Notes
The music of this album covers such a variety of moods, from delicate sentiment to dazzling splendor, pensive tension to effervescent charm. Like metal and electricity, music i s one of the greatest conductors of emotion. Though this album I would like to share and preserve my own exploration and interpretation of the emotions that are the soul of these four compositions. (from alum notes by Tomoko Hagiwara)

Born in Tokyo, Japan, pianist Tomoko Hagiwara completed her undergraduate and graduate studies from the prestigious music department at the University of Tokyo. An invitation to expand her career in the United States lead her to further studies at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Under the tutelage of Adolph Baller and Lilli Kraus, she was noted to move audiences with her soulful interpretation and remarkably delicate tone quality. As the winner of the San Francisco Symphony Competition, Hagiwara made her United States debut performing with the San Francisco Symphony under Maestro Josef Krips. She received further acclaim at the Long-Thibaud International Piano Competition in Paris and the Queen Elizabeth International Piano Competition in Brussels.

Hagiwara has been a long-time faculty member of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and continues to perform and record numerous solo and chamber music works. Following the successes of her first two releases, a compilation album and one of works solely by Mozart, Hagiwara eagerly returned to the recording studio to complete six more albums which include works of Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann as well as two Chopin albums and one Liszt album.



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