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HAYDN Sonata in F Major H.16/23 Movt I
on: September 30, 2015, 12:50:42 PM
Hello, everyone!  :)

For those who couldn't attend my recent concert @ St Martin-in-the-Fields, in London, UK, here's the opening piece: 1st movement of Haydn's Sonata in F Major, H.16/23.  ;)

  :) Cheers!   :D

 :) ~Beatriz~  :D

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Re: HAYDN Sonata in F Major H.16/23 Movt I
Reply #1 on: September 30, 2015, 01:26:46 PM
that's some nice clean Haydn! Great great great  ;D

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Re: HAYDN Sonata in F Major H.16/23 Movt I
Reply #2 on: September 30, 2015, 03:16:24 PM
that's some nice clean Haydn! Great great great  ;D

Thanks thanks thanks  ;D

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Re: HAYDN Sonata in F Major H.16/23 Movt I
Reply #3 on: September 30, 2015, 03:46:54 PM
Thanks thanks thanks  ;D
you're welcome. I hope you'll upload some encores,maybe something 'off the beaten path';

actually along those lines, would like to get thoughts on these pieces, maybe even hear you play/record one-some one day.

Could not find a Cuban specific one like this but Dominican Republic is a close neighbor (along with Puerto Rico , they're sort of the big three of the region).

Dominian Rhapsody , ("Samumbia No 1) and the Caribbean Concert Dance No 6 (Reminiscencias) seem super interesting
score
https://archive.org/details/latinamericanpia00newy  (you can choose format, pdf specific link below)
https://ia600402.us.archive.org/20/items/latinamericanpia00newy/latinamericanpia00newy.pdf

Best of luck and wish you success in all your endeavors. thanks for sharing

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Re: HAYDN Sonata in F Major H.16/23 Movt I
Reply #4 on: October 14, 2015, 03:25:41 PM
Oh, thanks very much for the links.  :D Very interesting!  :)

I think one of these days, I might surprise you with something of this sort. I loved the way you put it: something "off the beaten path"...  ;)

 8) Cheers,  :D

~Beatriz~



you're welcome. I hope you'll upload some encores,maybe something 'off the beaten path';

actually along those lines, would like to get thoughts on these pieces, maybe even hear you play/record one-some one day.

Could not find a Cuban specific one like this but Dominican Republic is a close neighbor (along with Puerto Rico , they're sort of the big three of the region).

Dominian Rhapsody , ("Samumbia No 1) and the Caribbean Concert Dance No 6 (Reminiscencias) seem super interesting
score
https://archive.org/details/latinamericanpia00newy  (you can choose format, pdf specific link below)
https://ia600402.us.archive.org/20/items/latinamericanpia00newy/latinamericanpia00newy.pdf

Best of luck and wish you success in all your endeavors. thanks for sharing


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Re: HAYDN Sonata in F Major H.16/23 Movt I
Reply #5 on: January 16, 2017, 03:07:35 PM
you're welcome. I hope you'll upload some encores,maybe something 'off the beaten path';

actually along those lines, would like to get thoughts on these pieces, maybe even hear you play/record one-some one day.

Could not find a Cuban specific one like this but Dominican Republic is a close neighbor (along with Puerto Rico , they're sort of the big three of the region).

Dominian Rhapsody , ("Samumbia No 1) and the Caribbean Concert Dance No 6 (Reminiscencias) seem super interesting
score
https://archive.org/details/latinamericanpia00newy  (you can choose format, pdf specific link below)
https://ia600402.us.archive.org/20/items/latinamericanpia00newy/latinamericanpia00newy.pdf

Best of luck and wish you success in all your endeavors. thanks for sharing


maybe this talented young guy saw this post and some of the chatter I had elsewhere or coincidentally worked it up but glad someone finally recorded it. I still think op would/should rock the piece especially given the high quality of her videos and sensitive playing, still this is cool.

FYI someone finally recorded a performance of this work

J. F. Garcia - Sambumbia No. 1 (Dominican Rhapsody)- Daniel Cabrera (Piano)


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Re: HAYDN Sonata in F Major H.16/23 Movt I
Reply #6 on: January 16, 2017, 09:53:15 PM
maybe this talented young guy saw this post and some of the chatter I had elsewhere or coincidentally worked it up but glad someone finally recorded it. I still think op would/should rock the piece especially given the high quality of her videos and sensitive playing, still this is cool.

FYI someone finally recorded a performance of this work

J. F. Garcia - Sambumbia No. 1 (Dominican Rhapsody)- Daniel Cabrera (Piano)




Hey, visitor, thanks for sharing. We'll check it out.

Cheers,

~Beatriz~

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Re: HAYDN Sonata in F Major H.16/23 Movt I
Reply #7 on: January 16, 2017, 09:57:12 PM

Very Nice!  :)
 

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