fortepianist


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fortepianist

(ˌfɔːteɪˈpɪənɪst)
n
(Music, other) the player of a fortepiano
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Baritone Thomas Meglioranza and fortepianist David Breitman will perform Franz Schubert's song cycle "Winterreise" ("Winter Journey"), which follows a heartbroken man as he walks through a winter landscape, reflecting on his sorrow.
His performances of Mozart's sonatas for violin and keyboard, made with fortepianist Luc Devos between 1991-2005, have been repackaged in a medium-priced five-CD box set which omits the juvenilia but has the major works beginning with those Mozart composed in Mannheim to the mature Vienna sonatas.
The group of guests includes four sopranos and a mezzo-soprano, two counter-tenors and two tenors, three baritones, four organists, two pianists and a fortepianist, four violinists, three conductors and one each of violin, viola, cello, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and natural horn - an ancestor of the modern horn with a mouthpiece, coiled tubing, flared bell and no valves.
After a bizarre episode throws him off his morning routine, he abandons his promising career, girlfriend, and home for a life-changing journey to San Francisco, where he meets a cavalier aristocrat named Lester Rothschild and his beautifully extravagant love, fortepianist Ella Athens.
We also welcome for the first time the fine choral ensemble Vox Luminis from Belgium, South African fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout, Japanese harpist Masumi Nagasawa and Russian pianist Alexander Melnikov.
Violinist Sarah Darling joined fortepianist Michael Bahmann in Georg Maurer's Sonata in E-flat (Op.
Fortepianist Robert Levin, known as a Mozart scholar, is likely responsible for setting the musical tone here.
Another one is Alexei Lubimov, who is a Russian pianist, fortepianist and harpsichordist who studied with Neuhaus and Naumov at the Moscow Conservatory.
Fortepianist Carmen Santoro and cellist Sara Nanni highlighted some of the onstage fun with imaginative touches to their recitative accompaniment.
But he does feature ( in baritone Stephen Varcoe and fortepianist Peter Seymour's survey of music and songs from Haydn to Schubert.
American harpsicordist and fortepianist Igor Kipnis plays the harpsichord in Scarlatti's "Sonata in E Major".
Melvyn first came to fame as a fortepianist, and was indeed the first person to record a complete cycle of all five Beethoven piano concertos on this immediate forerunner of the pianoforte (one obvious difference is that the keys are the opposite colour from those on the modern instrument).