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Posted on Sat, Dec 22 2018 21:40
by fahl5
Joined on Fri, Feb 04 2005, Göttingen, Posts 956

Carl Czerny who premiered Beethovens  5. Pianoconcert in the age of 21, was not only a prolific producer of Excercises to develop and refine manual dexterity but as Beethovens Pupil the most important pedagogic link between the most important classical Pianism and the most brilliant pianists of the 19th century of which he taught the most (Liszt, Thalberg, Kullak, Heller, Lescheditzky, and many other).

From Czernys witness we also know very detailed how Beethoven understood Bachs 'Well tempered Piano'.

While until now everybody seems to know the pianostudies very few dared to listen to the music the young Czerny composed and performed  himself, which unveils not only a tasteful and very inventive brilliant pianist, but at the same time an impressive virtuose master of the counterpoint.

And guess what Czerny is real a wholeharted viennese Composer not only born and living his whole Life in vienna so dont be surprised, that both Variations are based on original sweet Waltz-melodies.

I have had much fun to do Czernys until now so scarcly kown brilliant music. It turns out, that the overtone rich VSL-Steinway Samplesets fits great to let the sophisticated Figurations, Passages and pianistic textures shine.

If you are looking for real brilliance try to listen (or even play if ever you are ready for ) those great pieces:

Carl Czerny: Variations brilliante op.14

Carl Czerny Impromptus - Variations brilliantes op.36

Carl Czerny: Cappricio à la fuga op.89

I hope you enjoy that music as much as I had fun to do it.

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