Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was famous from an early age as a pianist, utilizing the sophisticated Viennese instruments that were developed from the 1770s by builders such as Anton Walter and Johann Andreas Stein. The distinguished fortepianist, Trudelies Leonhardt, presents a programme of some of Mozart’s finest solo sonatas, including the C minor work, K.457, as well as its haunting companion piece , the Fantasia in C minor, K.475.
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performing artists: Trudelies Leonhardt
Reviews: Early Music
December 10, 2012