Saturday 9 July 2022 11:30AM
Roman Rabinovich piano; Heath Quartet
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This concert will be approximately 1 hour in duration, without an interval
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- Roman Rabinovich piano
- Heath Quartet
- Sara Wolstenholme violin
- Marije Johnston violin
- Gary Pomeroy viola
- Christopher Murray cello
Rabinovich opens the series with the first (1771) of Haydn’s keyboard works from his earliest set designated ‘sonatas’, a work Richard Wigmore has dubbed ‘Haydn’s Appassionata’. From the influentially innovative so-called ‘Sun’ Quartets (1772) we hear the F minor work in which, in Roger Parker’s words, the composer seems ‘to test the limits of what the minor mode could express in this newly serious instrumental combination’.
Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
Piano Sonata in C minor HXVI/20
String Quartet in F minor Op. 20 No. 5
Piano Trio in F sharp minor HXV/26
- Piano Sonata in C minor HXVI/20