Date of publication: 2017-09-05 17:34
Enthusiastically championed by artists like Lily Krauss, derided by others, most notoriously Glenn Gould, Mozart&rsquo s piano sonatas occupy a special position in his output. Unlike Beethoven&rsquo s sonatas, these works are not central to their composer&rsquo s achievement. Nevertheless, they are unique as a polished body of works for a single instrument: and this is especially significant in Mozart&rsquo s case.
So, Mozart&rsquo s acute sensitivity to different instrumental and vocal timbres and his virtuosity at juxtaposing and reconciling the most unlikely materials in an apparently effortless and natural way, place him supreme as creator of characters &ndash whether that be in his operas, or when he personifies instruments themselves. That is central to virtually all his greatest achievements. And it is obvious to even the naï ve listener that dialogic interaction is crucial to the ebb and flow of the music &ndash never more so than in the dramas, games and discourse of sonata.
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