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HUMMEL, J.N.: Hummel at the Opera (Inui)

    



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HUMMEL, J.N.: Hummel at the Opera (Inui)

The reputation of Johann Nepomuk Hummel—child prodigy, student of Mozart, successor of Haydn and Beethoven’s rival, widely-travelled piano virtuoso, composer, conductor, influential teacher and ingenious businessman—is once more on the rise. His variations, fantasies and potpourris on operas, including his own, were influential on Liszt and showcase his extraordinary abilities as both performer and composer. Winner of the Città di Stresa International Piano Competition, Madoka Inui has collaborated in literary-musical events with several distinguished authors and made a number of recordings for Naxos as accompanist in its Viennese series devoted to the art of solo instruments.


Hummel, Johann Nepomuk

  Variations on Vivat Bacchus from Mozart's Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail, Op. 34, No. 3
1.   Theme - Variations 1 - 3 00:02:04
2.   Variations 4 - 5 00:01:22
3.   Variations 6 - 8 00:02:17
4.   Variation 9 00:01:47
5.   Variations 10 - 12 00:02:07
  Variations on Theme from Gluck's Armide, Op. 57
6.   Theme - Variations 1 - 4 00:03:35
7.   Variations 5 - 8 00:03:47
8.   Variations 9 - 10 00:03:34
  Quintuor des negres in Paul et Virginie, Op. 41 (arr. for piano)
9.   Quintuor des negres in Paul et Virginie, Op. 41 (arr. for piano) 00:04:21
  Variations on the March from Cherubini's Les deux journees, Op. 9
10.   Theme - Variations 1 - 3 00:03:15
11.   Variations 4 - 5 00:02:29
12.   Variations 6 - 7 00:02:50
  Fantasy on Oberons Zauberhorn, Op. 116 (version for piano)
13.   Allegro energico - 00:05:25
14.   Larghetto - 00:03:46
15.   Allegro. Tempo di Marcia - 00:01:43
16.   Allegro (Tempesta di Mare) - 00:02:40
17.   Allegretto con moto 00:05:08
  Variations on the March from Isouard's Cendrillon, Op. 40a
18.   Theme - Variations 1 - 2 00:02:41
19.   Variations 3 - 5 00:03:00
20.   Variations 6 - 7 00:03:06
21.   Variation 8 00:03:48
  Potpourri No. 1 from Die Eselshaut, Op. 58
22.   Act I: Entr'acte 00:02:05
23.   Act I: Solo (getanzt von Mademoiselle Gritti) 00:02:27
24.   Zug der Opferpriester zum Tempel Aliboroms Des Goldesels 00:02:08
25.   Act I: Marsch wie der Goldesel als Schlachtopfer abgefuhrt wird 00:01:44
26.   Act III: Spiegelscene 00:01:26
27.   Act I: Bacchanal Tanz 00:01:30

Total Playing Time: 01:16:05






Composer(s):
Hummel, Johann Nepomuk

Artist(s):
Inui, Madoka

Label: Naxos

Genre: Ballet; Instrumental

Period: Classical

Catalogue No: 8.572736

Barcode: 747313273676

Physical Release: 06/2011

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