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Harpsichordist and organist Luc Beauséjour is never short of ideas when it comes to offering concert programs marked by refinement and authenticity. Luc Beauséjour offers here a program of famous sonatas, all of which bear the mark of Mozart's genius. Harpsichordist and organist, Luc Beauséjour tackles Mozart's favorite instrument: the fortepiano. The fortepiano recorded here was made in 2019 by Rodney Regier and is a copy of an instrument by Viennese maker Anton Walter (1752-1826). "The naturalness of his harpsichord playing, the remarkable attention he gives to proportions and to a singing quality have made him a one-of-a-kind artist." (Le Devoir)
Harpsichordist and organist Luc Beauséjour is never short of ideas when it comes to offering concert programs marked by refinement and authenticity. Luc Beauséjour offers here a program of famous sonatas, all of which bear the mark of Mozart's genius. Harpsichordist and organist, Luc Beauséjour tackles Mozart's favorite instrument: the fortepiano. The fortepiano recorded here was made in 2019 by Rodney Regier and is a copy of an instrument by Viennese maker Anton Walter (1752-1826). "The naturalness of his harpsichord playing, the remarkable attention he gives to proportions and to a singing quality have made him a one-of-a-kind artist." (Le Devoir)
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Format: CD
Label: ANALEKTA
Rel. Date: 03/04/2022
UPC: 774204893125

Famous Sonatas & Fantasia
Artist: Luc Beauséjour
Format: CD
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Harpsichordist and organist Luc Beauséjour is never short of ideas when it comes to offering concert programs marked by refinement and authenticity. Luc Beauséjour offers here a program of famous sonatas, all of which bear the mark of Mozart's genius. Harpsichordist and organist, Luc Beauséjour tackles Mozart's favorite instrument: the fortepiano. The fortepiano recorded here was made in 2019 by Rodney Regier and is a copy of an instrument by Viennese maker Anton Walter (1752-1826). "The naturalness of his harpsichord playing, the remarkable attention he gives to proportions and to a singing quality have made him a one-of-a-kind artist." (Le Devoir)
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