Giovanni Paisiello - Piano Concertos Nos.1,2,3,4,5 + Presentation (ref.record.: Francesco Nicolosi)

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Giovanni Paisiello - Piano Concertos Nos.1,2,3,4,5 + Presentation (ref.record.: Francesco Nicolosi)

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Giovanni Paisiello

 

 

Paisiello at the clavichord, by Marie Louise Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun, 1791.

The score is Nina, o sia La pazza per amore.

 

(9 May 1740 – 5 June 1816) was an Italian composer of the Classical era, and was the most popular opera composer of the late 1700s. His operatic style influenced Mozart and Rossini and whose music was championed by Haydn and Beethoven.[

 

Piano Concertos Nos.1,2,3,4,5

Piano Concerto #1 In C *
I.Allegro (
00:00)
II.Larghetto (
07:45)
III.Rondo (
16:59)

Piano Concerto #2 In F **
I.Allegro (
23:56)
II.Largo (
30:25)
III.Allegretto (
37:15)

Piano Concerto #3 In A *
I.Allegro (
42:59)
II.Largo (
48:19)
III.Minuetto (
51:42)

Piano Concerto #4 In G Minor **
I.Allegro (
55:44)
II.Largo (
1:05:52)
III.Rondo - Allegretto (
1:12:44)

Piano Concerto #5 In D *
I.Allegro Moderato (
1:20:23)
II.Largo (
1:27:07)
III.Allegro (
1:30:25)

Sinfonia d’Opera - Allegro vivace ** (
1:33:15)

Overture in D from the Opera : Prosperine **
I.Allegro spirituoso (
1:38:13)
II.Andante (
1:41:08)
III.Allegro (
1:42:54)

Piano : Francesco Nicololosi
Campania Chamber Orchestra / Conductor : Luigi Piovano *
Collegium Philharmonicum Chamber Orchestra / Conductor : Gennaro Cappabianca **
Recorded in 2003 & 2007, at Italy

Giovanni Paisiello is a brilliant composer that Mozart probably eclipsed. But he stands head and shoulders above the other Italian composers of his generation. A pupil of the Neapolitan School, he had a supreme gift for melody, allied with a highly individual style and idiom that foreshadow Haydn and Beethoven. Like his contemporary, his piano concertos are little gems. The slow movements are of great beauty.. (
07:45), (30:25), (48:19), (1:05:52), (1:27:07) .

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