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Disk: 1

  1. 1. Moderato (Original Version)
  2. 2. Andante con moto (Original Version)
  3. 3. Finale Allegro (Original Version)
  4. 1. Allegro (Original Version)
  5. 2. Adagio e cantabile (Original Version)
  6. 3. Finale Tempo di minuetto (Original Version)

Disk: 2

  1. 1. Presto
  2. 2. Adagio
  3. 3. Vivace molto, innocentemente
  4. 1. Allegro moderato (Original Version)
  5. 2. Menuet Tempo di menuet (Original Version)
  6. 3. Finale Presto (Original Version)
  7. 1. Andante con espressione
  8. 2. Vivace assai
  9. Fantasia in C, H.XVII No.4
  10. Adagio in F, H.XVII No.9

Disk: 3

  1. 1. Andante con espressione (Original Version)
  2. 2. Rondo Presto (Original Version)
  3. 1. Andante (Original Version)
  4. 2. Finale Presto (Original Version)
  5. 1. Allegro (Original Version)
  6. 2. Adagio (Original Version)
  7. 3. Allegro molto (Original Version)

Disk: 4

  1. 1. Allegro
  2. 2. Adagio
  3. 3. Finale Presto
  4. 1. Allegretto e innocente
  5. 2. Presto
  6. 1. Allegro con brio (Original Version)
  7. 2. Largo e sostenuto (Original Version)
  8. 3. Finale Presto, ma non troppo (Original Version)
  9. Andante con variazoni in F minor, H.XVII No.6

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Joseph Haydns gut 60 Klaviersonaten zählen zu den gewichtigsten Genrebeiträgen, schließlich gilt er als der Vater der Klaviersonate. Auf diesem herrlichen Box Set sind elf Klaviersonaten versammelt. Dabei handelt es sich vor allem um spätere Sonaten. Diese Stücke allerdings könnten verschiedener kaum sein.

Ein frühes Meisterwerk Haydns ist seine Sonate c moll Hob.XVI:20, deren bewegender Kopfsatz sofort einzunehmen vermag. Nach einem umfangreichen, heilsamen Adagio folgt ein wildes Finale, das - zumindest seinem Tonfall nach - den schicksalslastigen Anfangssatz wieder aufgreift.

Von den mittleren Sonaten Haydn sind die Stücke Hob.XVI:32 in h moll und 34 in e moll eingespielt. Die beiden dreisätzigen Werke eröffnen beide in tiefer Trauer. Während die erste aber schnell gutmütigere Töne anschlägt, verharrt die andere in Verzweiflung. Ein Menuett und ein feuriges Presto runden die h moll Sonate ab. Die e moll Sonate hingegen setzt auf ein tiefsinniges Adagio und ein unbescholtenes, mit "innocentemente" betiteltes Vivace als Schlusssatz.

Am Scheideweg zwischen mittleren und späteren Sonaten steht Hob.XVI:37 in D Dur. Das kurze Stück besitzt ein recht charakteristisches Allegro zu Beginn, dessen melodiöse Fülle überwältigt. Der leider viel zu kurze langsame Satz macht Platz für ein schnell verrauschtes Finale.

Die Sonaten Hob.XVI:40 in G Dur, 42 in D Dur, 48 in C Dur und 51 in D Dur sind alle zweisätzig. Der erste Satz ist jeweils ein leichtfüßiges, aber dennoch tiefes Andante. Dabei erweist sich Haydn als humorig wie eh und je.
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Die CD 2 habe ich laut meinen Unterlagen im Jahr 1990 gehört und die hat mir sehr gut gefallen. Ich erinnere mich daß Alfred Brendel hier sehr entspannt spielt und keine Extravaganzen praktiziert. Bis dahin kannte ich Brendel mehr als Liszt und Schubert Interpret also eher im romantischen Genre. Hier ist also eher klassisch. Außerdem ist die Tonqualität hier sehr gut. Zur Zeit der Aufnahme hatte das Zeitalter der CD schon begonnen. Ich hatte die CD damals aus der städtischen Bibliothek in Frankfurt ausgeliehen.

Die anderen 3 CD's werde ich mir in meinem Ruhestand gönnen, der in 10 Monaten beginnt.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen 5 for Artistry, 3 for Value 5. Januar 2014
Von Christopher Smith - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Any fan of Brendel or of Haydn's piano sonatas will treasure this release. The performances of these wonderful sonatas--all adventurous, experimental and searching pieces that often leave behind the certainties of the classical sonata form and cross into or at least anticipate romantic fantasy--feature Brendel's superb, searching clarity and his ready apprehension of Haydn's wit and humor. Brendel basically chooses Haydn's best-known and most-widely recorded Haydn sonatas here, which are the last five (HOB. 48-52) and the early, breakthrough C-minor (HOB. 20). Then there's the rather extraordinary Andante con variazioni, which will remind anyone familiar with Mozart's K. 475 Fantasy of what a rich influence Haydn and Mozart had on each others' work. The other selections are a short Adagio, an equally brief Fantasy, two sonatas from the mid-1770s and one from the mid-1780s. These three sonatas and the two short pieces are unfailingly lyrical, pleasing, at times profound and more firmly rooted in classical conventions. One always has to say this with Haydn: even his more conventional sonatas are easily par for the course with Mozart's sonatas, while to my mind the others I mentioned earlier exceed Mozart's (which I love BTW). So a "5" without hesitation or reservation for the pieces and how they are played.

I actually own three of the four discs available here, having purchased the original single-CD issues, and downloaded the other two sonatas. This turned out to be of better value, since this "Originals" compilation is terribly over-priced, and I can't see why, given the price of Decca's releases of Brendel's Schubert and Beethoven sonata cycles. Not only does the price average out to about $14 per disc, which is ridiculous in this day and age of boxed sets that usually average out at about $3-5 per disc, but there's only 3 hours and twenty minutes of playing spread over 4 discs. So it could easily have been put on three discs, and they could have thrown in one of Brendel's recordings of a quite pleasant Haydn piano concerto to boot. Decca seems to be milking Brendel for all he's worth here, which is surprising given how generous they have been with bundling his recordings elsewhere. There's actually a 2-disc "Artist's Choice" release that has 4 of the eleven Haydn sonatas featured here, along with a very substantial serving of Brendel's Mozart, and all for about $17. That might be a good place to start if you ook at this box set and have a case of sticker shock, but still want to see what Brendel did with Haydn. If you want them all, look for the original issues sold as used on the Amazon marketplace.

For an alternative introduction to Haydn that is a little bit more comprehensive and just as compelling, I would recommend Emmanuel Ax. There's a 4-CD Sony budget release that has collected three previous releases of Haydn's sonatas with three of Haydn's piano concerti. The price? $16! Prior to buying Ax's Haydn, I had only ever listened to his work with Yo Yo Ma, Isaac Stern and Jaime Laredo. His Haydn was a very pleasant surprise for me. It's a bit more expansive than Brendel's and some might accuse Ax of taking a bit of romantic license with Haydn, but anyone who plays Haydn on a modern piano does this anyway, and I'm not an original instrument/purist kind of listener. To me, Ax is every bit as true to the sonatas' richness and lyricism as Brendel, and I enjoy listening to both. Also, Jeno Jando is well worth trying, although he skimps on repeats with some of the later sonatas in the interest (or Naxos's interest I'd say) of having more sonatas on each CD. Jando's approach is very clean and pure; he does Haydn full justice and his is certainly not a "go through the motions" budget survey of Haydn, but I've come to appreciate Ax a bit more as time has gone on. Richter is also well worth listening to, because you can tell he thinks Haydn merits the full-on Richter-esque plumbing of the emotional depths treatment, and you will too.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Another excellent set by Alfred Brendel 5. Mai 2013
Von Kim Crosser - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I first experienced Brendel in his Beethoven collection, which is my all-time favorite collection of his work. This Haydn collection and his Schubert collection are also excellent.
Brendel is a masterful pianist. His technical artistry is dazzling, particular in the quieter yet fast portions, where you can hear the clarity and fine light touch, emphasizing just the right notes.
If you like classical solo piano work, this collection ranks right behind his Beethoven (of course I like the Beethoven oeuvre better than Haydn or Schubert).
5.0 von 5 Sternen ... when compared to Mozart's and Beethoven's piano sonatas) with amazing clarity, and insight 18. Februar 2017
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Alfred Brendel plays these somewhat overlooked pieces (at least when compared to Mozart's and Beethoven's piano sonatas) with amazing clarity, and insight. This is fantastic music that is very stimulating and full of constant surprises.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen exceptional Haydn from Brendel 22. September 2009
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When I started listening to classical music nearly forty years ago, it was Brendel's Mozart concertos that I bought on the budget Turnabout label. Brendel eventually moved to Philips devoting his attention to recording all the Mozart concertos, Beethoven sonatas (twice) among many other things; but I didn't purchase any of these records, having instead acquired Geza Anda's Mozart concerto cycle, Arrau's Beethoven and so forth. And when it came to Haydn, I had sonatas brilliantly performed by Richter scattered across several discs as well as outstanding recitals by Evgeny Koroliov and Maria Bergmann. A few years back I picked up the excellent two-cd set by Andras Schiff and with this felt that my Haydn piano collection was complete.

Then I bought a Brendel disc of three Haydn sonatas along with the Fantasia in F and Adagio in C that received the prestgious Rosette designation from the Penguin Guide. While I am not usually persuaded by this type of thing, in this case Penguin's opinion is justified as this is some of the best Haydn playing on disc, period.

While there were three other Brendel/Haydn discs combined with the aforementioned Haydn recital disc available in a Philips box set, also lauded by both Penguin & Gramophone, it was available only as a special import at an absurdly high price - until now. Universal Music Group, which now owns Philips, Decca, DG etc, recently reissued the Brendel/Haydn box set under the Decca label, still rather expensive but more within reach especially if purchased through one of Amazon's resellers, which is what I did.

Why these sides are being labeled "Legendary Recordings From the Decca Catalogue" is anyone's guess since they were Philips, not Decca recordings. Even the discs themselves are imprinted with Decca LP look-alike art. In any event, what counts is the music, which is wonderful stuff, and the performances which are equal to the music in every way.

The four discs in this set were recorded between 1979 and 1986, so the sound is fine but not consistent given the different sessions. The remastered sound is a little brighter compared to the Rosette collection disc, which is not to say that it has been improved; and I assume that the other discs have undergone similar treatment.

My highest recommendation!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Duplicate import CD? Still excellent. 15. März 2009
Von William Gibbs - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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1. This appears to be the same recording as the 4 disc Philips set, but the used/"new" Decca sets are less expensive than the Philips (which Amazon also has).

edit: Not to mention the even larger price difference between a fully new copy of either label.

2. I've just played through disc one, and the Decca import mastering of these CDs are about as good as it gets for CDs. :)

edit: Currently on disc 3. :)

3. My 2007 copy of Gramophone (reviews of CD DVD & downloads), shows this as a "Great" recording, and I agree. However, they only mention Philips, which made me wonder if the Decca is the same recording/mastering. I'm fairly certain now that the recording is the same, and Decca did a good job with the mastering. :)
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