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Beethoven : Sonates, vol. 1. Heide.
Format : 1 CD
Total Time : 01:04:45

Recording : 01/07/2020
Location : Weimar
Country : Allemagne
Sound : Stereo

Label : AVI Music
Catalog No. : AVI8553326
EAN : 4260085533268
Price Code : DM021A

Publishing Year : 2021
Release Date : 03/11/2021

Genre : Classical
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Sonate pour piano n° 8 en do mineur, op. 13 "Pathétique"
Sonate pour piano n° 9 en mi bémol majeur, op. 14 n° 1
Sonate pour piano n° 10 en sol mineur, op. 14 n° 2
Sonate pour piano n° 13 en mi majeur, op. 27 n° 1

Daniel Heide, piano

Vol.1 annonce l’éditeur. La tempérance du jeu, la belle sonorité un rien univoque, la fluidité constante qui masque un rien les contrastes de la Quasi una fantasia et ne trouveront pas le ton Sturm und Drang de la Pathétique, cela fera pour certains trop d’obstacles. Pas pour moi. Le geste encore très Haydn des deux Sonates op. 14 indique bien la nature du projet de Daniel Heide, dont j’ai tant admiré le piano littéraire dans les albums où il accompagnait André Schuen : placer les trente-deux Sonates dans l’axe de l’évolution de la littérature pianistique viennoise, de Haydn à Schubert et peut-être même jusqu’à Schoenberg. La finesse – de conception, de réalisation – de l’Allegro de la 9e Sonate pourrait être l’emblème de cette nouvelle intégrale, pensée par le pianiste durant les réclusions de la pandémie, guettons les deux prochains volumes annoncés pour l’année prochaine. (Discophilia - (Jean-Charles Hoffelé)

The home of my mother – a pianist and singer herself – was where I first came in contact with Beethoven’s piano sonatas. Several of her piano students from Weimar Conservatory often came to take lessons or visit us in our apartment. Curiously, instead of popular sonatas such as the Pathétique or the Appassionata, we tended to hear other ones: I still vividly recall Sonata No. 30 in E Major op. 109, on which my mother was working with a student to whom I had taken a liking. The themes from Sonata No. 31 in A Flat Major regularly rang through the apartment as well. Bound in red leather, the three Peters volumes of Beethoven sonatas were just as much a staple of our living room as the LPs next to the record player, including Maurizio Pollini with Sonatas op. 109 and 110, or Wilhelm Kempff with the op. 13 sonatas, op. 27/2, and op. 57. My gaze was long held by portraits of famous pianists, usually in a serious, contemplative pose. My mother was also my first teacher, and she often raved about these 32 masterpieces’ major importance, quoting the names of great Beethoven interpreters such as Wilhelm Kempff, Edwin Fischer, Wilhelm Backhaus, and Walter Gieseking. When I owned my first CD player at age fifteen, I started to look for those names in music stores, and they turned up quite readily. The first CD I purchased myself long remained my favourite: a recording made by Walter Gieseking in 1956 with the Op. 13 sonatas, Op. 14, and Op. 27. It helped me become more familiar with these pieces, now with the passionate, burgeoning interest of an adolescent. It is thus certainly no coincidence if I am featuring those works on this recording. (Excerpt from lines notes by Daniel Heide)

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