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Fernando Sor : Sonate, airs et menuets pour guitare. Grondona.
Format : 1 CD Digipack
Total Time : 01:14:08

Label : Stradivarius
Catalog No. : STR37129
EAN : 8011570371294
Price Code : DM021A

Publishing Year : 2019
Release Date : 05/06/2019

Genre : Classical
Fernando Sor (1778-1839)
Deuxième Grande Sonate, op. 25
Six airs choisis de l'Opéra de Mozart "Il Flauto Magico", op. 19
Menuet, op. 11 n° 4
Andantino, op. 2 n° 3
Menuet, op. 11 n° 12
Mazurka, op. 32 n° 4
Menuet, op. 11 n° 5
Introduction et Variations sur un thème de Mozart, op. 9
Menuet, op. 5 n° 3
Menuet, op. 24 n° 1
Menuet, op. 3
Siciliana, op. 2 n° 6

Stefano Grondona, guitare

When he delivered his Deuxième Grande Sonate op. 25 to the publishers, Fernando Sor was a mature musician aged almost fifty, with an outstanding musical career behind him that had brought him fame in the main European capitals. At the end of the 1820s, the stylistic canons of music had, already for some time, begun to change, giving way to new forms of artistic expression. The most important and prestigious models of Viennese classicism that had always been a point of reference for Sor had become absorbed into the glorious - and ever more distant - past of the Enlightenment: Mozart had been dead for thirtysix years, Haydn for almost twenty. Not only this: his travels in Europe had allowed him to become acquainted with the most fashionable musicians of the time and, with them, the new musical trends that were sweeping through the Old Continent like a wave; it was inevitable, then, that the Catalan musician should come under the sway of the nascent Romantic movement. Suffice it to think that in Russia he played in a concert with John Field, the creative father of the Nocturne, that is to say the Romantic form par excellence. But that was not all. The most influential name, the true and unanimously acclaimed star of the 1810s and ’20s, was Beethoven, who was then in the period of transition between his second and third style, in other words the most intensely romantic and formally complex phase of his career. And it was impossible for an attentive composer like Sor, who had heard his works in Paris and London, not to be struck by the work of the genius from Bonn.

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