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Liszt Sonate in b kl.


Label: Bloomline ‎– BS12-091

Format: CD, Mini-Album, Stereo 

Released: 01 Nov 2012




Franz Liszt (1811-1886) Grande Sonate pour le Pianoforte

1. Grande Sonate pour le Pianoforte                         27:51




        Duplicated By – Sony DADC Austria

        Recorded At – Schouwburg Almere

        Edited At – Bloomline Studio

        Mastered At – Bloomline Studio




        Artwork By – Leo de Klerk, Yaşar Saka

        Liner Notes – Burkhardt Söll

        Photography – Chris Hoefsmit, Mona Alikhah

        Producer – Leo de Klerk

        Recorded By, Edited By, Mastered By – Leo de Klerk




Recorded live in concert, February 25, 2012, Schouwburg Almere


Dedicated to Jos van Groeningen


© ℗ 2012 Marietta Petkova

Sonata (download)

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  • * When listening to informal concert recordings of Marietta Petkova, surprisingly the music appears to be reviving, ready to be enjoyed like new. Being both a transcendent performer and a concert beast as well, she remarkably often accomplishes the impossible, by not only inciting a memorable live concert experience but also by rendering imperishable audio content at the same time. Therefore it’s an honor to introduce to you the second issue of the Concert Documents Collection, retrieved from the live recording archive of Marietta Petkova.

    -- Leo de Klerk


    * Usually when we listen to Liszt”s Grande Sonata, we quickly get the impression that some kind of many-headed monster is being subdued. But Marietta Petkova knows how handle all the loose ends. With an inextinguishable internal fire, both the sorcerer’s arts and poetry flicker from her lithe fingers.

    -- Luister



    * This new CD with Franz Liszt’s Sonata is a real find! Marietta Petkova plays the Sonata with all the grandeur that it its due. Bold, refreshing, overwhelming, but also fragile and even reticent at times, as if Liszt hesitated to write the next note. I had never heard this human fragility in the Sonata. Beautiful.

    -- Paul Janssen

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